How to make it

  • 1. Beat eggs with yoghurt and oil. Add 1 tablespoon lemon zests, salt, sugar and vanilla sugar and beat until sugar dissolves.
  • 2. Sieve both flours with baking powder. Add slowly to egg-yoghurt mass and whisk all the time. When everything is smooth, add goiabada cut ínto chunks (or candied lemon chunks) but spnkle them with a little bit of flour (this way they will not fall down during baking).
  • 3. Prepare a tray by smearing with butter and sprinkling with thin dry coconut flakes. Pour the dough and bake 45 minutes in 350 f Before serving, sprinkle with icing sugar
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  • peetabear 10 years ago
    this sounds delicious... love cormeal recipes and lemon is one of my favorite flavors.... thank you
    peeta
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  • rhianna 10 years ago
    Thanks for this recipe!! I have plenty of "goiabada" to use up. (Goiabada is a solid, slice-able guava jam/preserve - very popular in South America. It's used as jam for bread, or sliced thinly, on top of cheese slices, & also as a sweet empanada filling - with or without cheese. It is sold in flat round cans of 600 gr/ 1+ lbs.)
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  • grizzlybear 10 years ago
    this will be a change of pace for cornmeal..defently will give it a try

    Nice post

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