Original recipe yields 14 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
I baked this cake for my family's New Year's day brunch. Being Greek, I can tell you that this was much closer to the traditional recipe than you would find in a bakery. It's denser and has a l...
I thought this cake taste great. I put several$1 coins wrapped in foil. Everyone thought it was fun. This cake tastes like pound cake. If anyone finds it to sedate, it would go very well with...
This is indeed a traditional Greek recipe. Almonds and the sesame seeds are not essential but definitely add to the flavour. The sesame seeds in particularly are used a lot by Greek Bakers.
It is a very good cake, especially for special ocasions and parties. Something fun to enjoy at a party and tasty.
I am Greek and this has been a tradition in my family for a long time. I was pleased to find this recipe as I lost my grandmother's version of the dish and this one made a great replacement.
This was a hit at my New Years' Eve Dinner. The only thing I did differently was I added an ogange glaze over the top. This gave a little sparke to the top and added a little hit of flavor. I wi...
this was good, but not fantastic, it was a bit on the dry side, but hiding the coins in it was a hit.
The cake was rather bland but we had fun with it at a new year's eve partythis year.