Keik me karoto/griechischer Karottenkuchen

Dieser Kuchen darf nicht zu Ostern fehlen. Er ist schön weich, saftig, aromatisch und süß. Somit besitzt er alle Eigenschaften um geliebt zu werden. Das Rezept ist ein Familienrezept, welches ich gerne mit euch teile. 🙂

Keik me karoto/griechischer Karottenkuchen 
Griechische Rezepte werden gerne in Tassen angegeben. (Wenn überhaupt Mengenangaben
gegeben werden, denn meistens kocht und backt man nach Gefühl 😀 )
Einfach eine normale Teetasse verwenden, dann geht nichts schief. 🙂

Für 1 Backblech.
Folgende Zutaten werden benötigt.
4 Eier
2 Tassen Zucker
Prise Salz
1 Tasse neutrales Öl (z.B. Sonnenblumenöl)
1/3 Tasse Olivenöl
1 Tasse gemischte Nüsse
3 Tassen Karotten, geraspelt
3 Tassen Mehl
1 Pck. Backpulver



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