By the way, the word cake is kake in Norwegian and very similar to English, ka is pronounced as the (ca) as in (cu-stard) and ke is pronounced as the e sound in e-lephant This is my very own method of helping someone to pronounce Norwegian words.
Mor Monsen Cake (right)
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Back to Mor Monsen baking...
Keep the cake stored in a lined plastic container in the freezer.
I love to sit by my laptop and munch on a piece of Mor Monsen Cake with a cup of freshly brewed coffee. Oh YUM.
(*Check the expiration date on your baking powder. When it is near the expiration date, buy a new one or you may end up with a very flat cake like mine did a while back. Buy the smallest container and keep an eye on the date.)
Mix baking powder and flour before adding to the batter.
Sprinkle with almonds, currants, and sugar.
Swirl almonds and currants into the batter with a fork so it does not fall off when the cake is done and sprinkle with pearl sugar on top.
Bake on the middle rack of the oven at 350° F. for 30-35 minutes to light golden.
Cool the cake on a wire rack.
Cover it with waxed paper and a cookie sheet then turn the pan upside down on the sheet.
Finish cooling the cake completely on a wire cooling rack.
Keep this delicious Mor Monsen Cake in your freezer and you are always ready to serve a Norwegian dessert to family and friends.
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