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    Pischinger: Polish Andrut Wafer Cake

    Polish Andrut Wafer Cake stands as a testament to Poland’s rich culinary heritage. This traditional dessert is a beloved treat, cherished for its simplicity and irresistible flavor. Crafting this confection requires a few key ingredients, including the quintessential kajmak (caramelized milk).


    • Kajmak (caramelized milk)
    • Wafers
    • Jam or dark chocolate


    1. If using condensed milk, cook the can in a pot filled with water for several hours until caramelized. Allow it to cool and then open.
    2. Start by spreading a layer of kajmak onto a wafer, then stack another wafer on top. Repeat this process, alternating layers of kajmak and wafers until you’ve used all the kajmak.
    3. For added flavor, spread a layer of jam, dark chocolate, or kogel mogel on top of the kajmak. Place another wafer over it.
    4. Top with another layer of kajmak and the final wafer. Place something heavy on the cake.
    5. Once set, cut the cake into diamond shapes and serve!

    Indulge in this delightful Polish delicacy, where each bite is a blissful symphony of flavors and textures. Polish Andrut Wafer Cake is sure to be a hit at any gathering, blending tradition with irresistible taste.

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