Things to Know About Cake
The etymological history of the word “cake” dates back to very old centuries. The word “kaka” of Viking origin is shown as the origin of the word. The first cakes that appeared in England were actually bread. They differ from each other in terms of their shapes and cooking styles.
Cakes made with scrambled eggs are thought to have first appeared in Spain during the Renaissance period. The cake was called the "placenta" derived from the Greek term during the Roman period.
What Is a Walnut Tea Cake?
Tea cake is a type of cake containing tea and dried fruit. Tea cakes are usually moist and soft. It can be served on its own or with tea. This cake can be served plain, creamed, or glazed with a variety of toppings.
Walnut tea cake is a tea cake made with walnuts and tea. This cake is flavored with teas like Earl Gray or Green Tea. Walnuts are often added to the dough mix. This moist and soft cake can be served with tea for dessert.
What Type of Tea Is Best for Tea Cake?
You can use any type of tea for this homemade tea cake. You can adjust the aroma and intensity of the tea according to your taste. Flavored tea varieties such as black tea, green tea, chamomile tea, or lavender tea are ideal for this recipe.
For more, you can check out our 'Types of Tea' article.
What To Serve with Walnut Tea Cake?
Walnut tea cake is served as a dessert. These delicious snacks go well with a variety of teas. It can be served alone or with ice cream.
Here are our delicious recipes that you can serve with Walnut Tea Cake:
How To Store Walnut Tea Cake?
You can store this homemade walnut cake in the refrigerator or freezer. Cool it completely at room temperature before storing the cake. Then store the cake in an airtight container for up to 5 days.
You can freeze this cake for longer storage. Let the cake cool completely. Then wrap the cake in cling film. Freeze for up to one month in a freezer bag or airtight container. Thaw in the refrigerator overnight before consuming. Serve it at room temperature.