Dark, juicy and airy - this is how a boiled biscuit turns out, and it doesn’t even matter in what proportion you mix the prepared ingredients, because it will turn out perfect in any case. You can even say that this biscuit is a godsend for novice cooks and cooks, as it will never let you down in an emergency.
Many mistakenly believe that this dessert comes from the distant Soviet Union. But the secret of the fame of the boiling water biscuit recipe is hidden much deeper! The peak of its popularity falls on the 80-90s of the last century - the time when foreign soap series and book novels only came into fashion. The public absorbed them en masse and implemented the advice from them directly into life. One of these love stories was Laura Esquivel's bestseller "Chocolate on boiling water", which was filmed in 1992 and saw the world already on the blue screen. It was in it that the recipe for chocolate biscuit in boiling water was published and many Soviet hostesses copied it into their culinary notebooks. However, the film has long been forgotten, but the chocolate biscuit in boiling water still pleases us with its taste and aroma, so let's once again enjoy its appetizing look.
In this way, you can cook vanilla biscuit in boiling water. Its preparation is many times easier, because you will not need to mix cocoa powder into the dough. Boiled vanilla biscuit recipe replaces cocoa with vanilla or vanilla sugar, hence the name of this dessert. The benefits of a biscuit sweet dish are obvious even in the fact that it is obtained in any case and with any sequence of mixing products. If it doesn’t rise, then you forgot to add some ingredient to the dough! The only drawback of the delicious chocolate cake is its high calorie content, so it is best to enjoy it in the morning, preferably for breakfast with a cup of freshly brewed tea or coffee!