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|3 tsp||baking powder|
|1 c||walnuts (chopped)|
|1 c||pecans (chopped)|
|1 c||shredded coconut|
Mantachie, MS (pop. 1,144)
Member Since Apr 2013
Pauline Young always made an Amalgamation Cake at the Young Family Christmas. It was a favorite of the family. The recipe that she used has been lost but this recipe is close to the one she made. It takes a lot of time to make but it is guaranteed that all of it will be eaten.
Beat egg whites until stiff. Mix other ingredients for cake (sugar, margarine, milk, baking powder, flour). Fold egg whites into cake mixture. Bake in three 9-inch greased and floured cake pans at 350 degrees for approximately 30 minutes.
For filling: Mix all ingredients in double boiler or iron skillet. Cook until thick.
Split cakes layers. Spread filling between split layers and on top and sides.
You can add color by adding maraschino cherries to the filling.
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