Dubrovnik Rozata, allso called the lazy dessert is an original recipe passed down from generation to generation is a perfection you have to try.
Dubrovnik rozata is a part of the gastronomic heritage of medieval Dalmatia, which was preserved despite Venetian and Ottoman Empires influences. The recipe has been passed down from generation to generation, but it has managed to retain its original recipe.
Apart from the simple preparation and fantastic taste, the composition of the food is extremely modest.
- 10 eggs
- 1 liter of milk
- Vanilla sugar
- Lemon crust
- a bit of rum
- 10 table spoons of suggar for the caramel
- Blend all ingredients for the cake in one bowl, and mix until you get a nice compound.
- Take a pot you will be using for baking rozata, make sure is oven safe, put 10 table spoons of sugar in it and make a caramel by frying the sugar until it turns yellow.
- Pour the egg mixture in.
- Place the bowl in a deeper baking try in which you will add boiling water, so the water exceeds half of the bowl with the cake mixture.
- Bake in a preheated oven at 150 degrees for about 40 minutes.
- When baked, leave it to cool to room temperature and place it in the refrigerator for a few hours to squeeze.
- Place a shallow plate on the bowl with the rožata, press and quickly turn the bowl and plate.
Slice the cake nicely, pour a bit of caramel on top, and your dessert is ready to be served.