Pumpkin and Sausage Cake

Hello everyone !

Welcome back for another recipe ! Actually this one is perfect for Fall. It’s a pumpkin salted cake. The recipe came out when I got kinda stucked with a lot of a specific pumpkin kind, the winter squash. Alone, it’s not very tasty, I had to cook it with something else. But I didn’t want to make soup, it was getting boring…. Was is soup always the answer to cooking problems ? Soup is great, but not if it’s the only thing we can eat. After severals investigations, I met with the salted cake option. I tried and it was great (if we don’t talk about the fact that my brother thought it was apple instead of pumpkin…. Sometimes he really makes me feel hopeless 😩) Anyway, here is the recipe !

You’ll need:

  • 400g of mashed pumpkin (to get it, cook the pumpkin and remove as much water as possible)
  • 100g of flour
  • 3 eggs
  • 60g of butter
  • 150g of sausage (I did pre-cook it)
  • 10cL of milk
  • Parsley
  • Nutmeg
  • Salt
  • Baking powder (1.5 teaspoon)

Cook the pumkin to get your puree. Let it cool down a bit and mix it with the flour, eggs, the milk, the butter. Mix well.

Add the end, add the sliced sausage, parsley, nutmeg, salt and baking powder.

Bake it in a greased baking pan at 250°C for 45 minutes. To check if it’s baked, take a knife and insert it into the cake. If the knife comes out clean and dry, it’s baked. If not, wait a little bit more.

I would recommend you serving it cooled down with some green salad.

Enjoy !

That’s all for today’s recipe. I hope you like it.

Thank you for passsing by and reading my blog. Your support, even silent, is always valuable to me and bring me more joy than you can imagine.

I’ll talk to you soon in  a next post.

Until then, take care of yourself ❤

Ady ❤


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