Bolo de fubá - Cornmeal cake Recipe

Bolo de fubá - Cornmeal cake

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Ingredients

"Bolo de fubá" is a rustic cake and it's delicious when served for breakfast.

  • 200 gr of butter
  • 1 cup of sugar
  • 2-3 eggs
  • 1 cup of cornmeal
  • ½ cup of all purpose flour
  • ½ cup of milk
  • 1 teaspoon of baking powder
  • 2-3 tablespoons of coconut flakes or grated parmesan cheese (optional)

How to make Bolo de fubá - Cornmeal cake


  1. Beat the butter and the sugar well.
  2. Add the eggs and beat well.
  3. Add the corn flour, the wheat flour, the milk, the baking powder and beat well.
  4. Put the cake mixture in a mould previously greased with butter and dusted with wheat flour.
  5. Bake the cake in preheated oven (350 F) for 30-40 minutes or until golden brown and done.
  6. Let the cake cool down.
  7. Remove the cake from the mould and serve.
  • You can find corn flour in supermarkets or in deli shops.

  • Instead of coconut flakes or grated parmesan cheese, you can add some fennel seeds (erva-doce) to the cake mixture.

  • vbohanz
    vbohanz says

    This looks good. I would like to try it but I am uncertain about the corn flour. "Corn flour" as an ingredient in recipes can confuse me because it can refer to at least two different things: cornstarch (the British refer to cornstarch as cornflour); or a fine-milled flour made for corn, which is used, for example, to make Latino tortillas, etc. Could you please clarify this ingredient for me?

  • thunderboy
    thunderboy says

    Vbohanz, the name cornstarch is for Americans. For British and Australians is cornflour. Then cornstarch, cornflour are the same product. All are starch of the grain of corn, called "maize". But the correct revenue is the cornmeal that is something totally different, "cornmeal" is yellow, "Cornflour" is white and thin

  • FoEnt
    FoEnt says

    Can we add raisins and other dried fruits for this recipe? If yes, at which stage of the baking should we add the dried fruits?

  • FoEnt
    FoEnt says

    Is the all purpose flour the same as the flour used for baking cakes?

  • thunderboy
    thunderboy says

    Certainly, you can add grapes and other fruits. Do this after stage four.

  • FoEnt
    FoEnt says

    How to prevent the dried fruits from sinking to the bottom of the cake after baking? I seem to always have the same problem in my baking if I put in dried fruits. Any suggestion?

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