When you say cake, I imagine something like this - the reform cake. Reform cake is a real classic!  If you haven't tried it yet, now it's really the time for that! It's so fluffy and mouth melting, some even call it the queen among cakes.

For biscuit:
  • 12 egg whites 
  • 12 tablespoons of sugar
  • 3 tablespoons flour 
  • 300 g of crushed walnuts 
For filling:
  • 12 egg yolks
  • 10 tablespoons sugar 
  • 250 g butter 
  • 100 g cooking chocolate 
  1. Beat egg whites with sugar until firm..
  2. Heat oven to 180 C degrees. 
  3. Mix in ground nuts and flour, gently stir with a spoon.
  4. Pour mixture in a pan previously coated with baking paper.
  5. Bake for about 15-20 minutes (check with a toothpick if it's ready).
  6. While still warm, remove baking paper, leave to cool well, then divide in 3 equal parts.
  7. Beat egg yolks in a deeper bowl and gradually add 10 tablespoons sugar. When the mixture becomes thick and slightly yellowish, transfer it into a pot and cook it to steam about 17-18 minutes, by stirring constantly.
  8. Mix butter with a mixer separately, then add the melted chocolate. Mix well, then add the egg yolks mixture while it is still warm. (but not boiling).
  9. Leave filling to cool down, then apply on cake. You can spray some milk over each biscuit before placing the filling.
  10. Decorate with chocolate topping or as desired.
  11. Cut in cubes or classic cake pieces before serving.