In Greek, mavro means black and aspro is white. The black and white cake is also known as a marble cake. We have converted the recipe so that you can make it in your thermal cooker.
This cake is great to have with afternoon tea or to take to someone's house when visiting. It also freezes well and can be made in advance.
The recipe is Chrystalla's mum's recipe. This is what Chrystalla remembers about the cake:
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After you make the cake batter in your thermo mixer, bake it in the oven. Recipe instructions can be downloaded here.
Allow the cake to cool in the bunt tin before serving.
Flip the cake over and serve it with the smooth side facing up (option 1).
Or serve the cake with the marble effect facing up and dust some icing sugar on top.
You could also spread chocolate icing over the cake. That is a delicious option too.
You will see a marble effect on the inside of the cake when you cut it open. The cake is half chocolate and half plain.
This cake freezes well. Cut the cake into slices and put it in the freezer to eat later.
Or take the cake to a friend's house and enjoy it with a cup of tea.