Bizcocho Mojadito? (En Ingles)

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jadex77x Posted 3 Oct 2008 , 5:42pm
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i read spanish but im not good at typing in spanish... i am hispanic but english is my primary language. im hoping somone can translate this for me. im trying to find a yummy recipe for a syrup to make the cakes moist. if anyone can help i would appreciate it very much. muchas gracias
wait .. im gonna try in spanish.. ha ha ha... buscando una receta para um syrup para los bizcocho Mojadito? por favor ayuda me... ok i know i screwed that up somewhere ha ha ha.

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FunnyCake Posted 3 Oct 2008 , 5:54pm
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Hola Jadex, el "simple syrup" que es el que se usa para mojar el ponque, yo lo hago usando una taza de azucar granulada y dos tazas de agua. Pones a hervir el agua con el azucar y lo vas moviendo con una cuchara de madera hasta que el azucar se disuelva.

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TC123 Posted 3 Oct 2008 , 6:16pm
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Hi (Hola!)!!! I make mine this way:

1 cup granulated sugar (I sift mine)
1 cup water

Place in sauce pan and bring to a boil. I usually stir mine once or twice to make sure the sugar desolves. When it comes to a good boil, remove from heat. Then add 1/4 cup of any flavoring you like. I like to use vanilla, but you can do whatever you like. Once I used Chambord (raspberry liquor) and it was fantastic!

You can also cut this recipe in half, if you need a lesser amount.

Hope this helps!

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jadex77x Posted 5 Oct 2008 , 8:46am
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ahhhhhhhhh i thought thats what it was but, i wasnt sure. thank you both so much. i appreciate it alot. ill have to try it out tomorrow. i looovveee the sound of adding liquor to the recipe sounds yummy. thanks again.

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