It is said that the best ideas are born from mistakes and this is what often happened to the greatest in history. Even in the kitchen, certain mistakes have made someone's fortune. An example is the Caprese cake, the dessert invented by Carmine Di Fiore, around 1920, who forgot to add flour to the mixture. But once the cake was baked, thanks to the wonderful moist and soft texture as well as its natural absence of gluten, it conquered practically everyone.
The rest, as they say, is history. And in fact the Caprese cake has conquered many people since that fateful mistake, to the point of becoming one of the icons of traditional Campania pastry.
Ingredients: Almonds, Sugar, Eggs, Vegetable Fats, Cocoa, Powdered Yeast, Vanillin.
Weight: 1 Kg.