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Strawberry Torte

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This beautiful swirled torte is almost too pretty to eat. Almost.

Source: The Martha Stewart Show, Episode 2157
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  • Momswan1
    6 APR, 2014
    I made the sponge cake as written, it behaved beautifully. I took liberty with the frost/filling recipe. I needed it to stand up to being made the day ahead, I was afraid the whipped cream alone would not hold up. I mixed 8 ounces of cream cheese with 1/4 cup of sugar until light and fluffy. I made the filling recommend here and incorporated the cream cheese mix. I then split that in half , mixing in 1 cup of pureed berries for the filling. This worked really well. Filled w/ more sliced berries.
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  • debbie2003
    24 FEB, 2013
    excellent
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  • debbie2003
    24 FEB, 2013
    excellent!
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  • CiaNahac
    12 MAR, 2011
    If your jelly roll is sticking to the towel, USE MORE CONFECTIONERS SUGAR. Nobody wants to eat raw flour in or on their jellyroll!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  • peterswife
    7 JUL, 2010
    I added a 3 oz package of strawberry gelatin to the whipping cream mixture. It added color and sweetness to this delicious twist on traditional strawberry shortcake. The cake was a little bit sticky, so i would also recommend using flour instead of sugar. Great recipe!
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  • carrollien
    23 APR, 2010
    I am a beginner, and yet this torte turned out great. Dusting it with a confectioner's sugar has made it wet and sticky on the outside. If you live in a humid country like me, try to sieve some flour over the cake skin instead. Good luck!
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  • mariaramos
    25 MAY, 2008
    i used to make this torte years ago but with a mix of fruits and nuts you should try it. its good!!!
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  • Zemerplatin
    6 APR, 2008
    I made this torte for the first time today. Very light and tasty. I have one suggestion though. If your strawberries aren't very sweet, I recommend adding an additional 2 or 3 Tablespoons of powdered sugar to the whipping cream
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  • mmsrjs
    12 JAN, 2008
    HERE'S AN IDEA: MAKE THIS FOR 4TH OF JULY AND SERVE IT ON A BLUE PLATTER.
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  • mmsrjs
    12 JAN, 2008
    DID YOU EVER SEE ANYTHING THAT LOOKS SO BEAUTIFUL AND TASTE IS HEAVENLY. DO TRY IT!
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