You probably know how to make a good lemon drizzle cake, so I’m sure you’d love to know how to make a great lemon drizzle cake.
Well, what you need to do is add a secret ingredient to make your lemon drizzle cake the envy of your coffee mornings or dinner parties. What is this secret ingredient? Italian Limoncello liqueur! That is the tip I got from Campania Food and Wine, importers for fine Italian foods from Italy’s Capania region.
What you need to do, Campania Food and Wine told me via a not so secret tweet, is to replace the milk in your lemon drizzle cake recipe with Limoncello. Bobs your uncle – you’ll have the lemoniest lemon drizzle cake ever! And, as an added bonus, Luigi Di Caprio of Campania Food and Wine tells me that with limoncello the cake will be more moist too.
Of course you’ll need some good Italian limoncello and Campania Food and Wine can help seeing as they sell Gioia Luisa Limoncello Di Sorrento.
This limoncello is made with lemons from the Sorrento area of Italy – an area of Italy famed for its fine citrus fruits. With this limoncello your lemon drizzle cake is just about guaranteed to be top notch!
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For a lemon drizzle cake recipe, see this: How to cook the perfect lemon drizzle cake
Have you tried making a lemon drizzle cake with limoncello? Or if you do, let us all know how it came out.
Get Your Lemon Drizzle Cake Limoncello at the Market
As well as limoncello, Campania Food and Wine also sell an extensive range of other food goodies from Italy’s Campania region and offers a good selection of red, white and sparkling wines. You can order online, and, at the time of writing, delivery is free for orders of over £100.
You can also buy Campania food and wines from their market stalls at Frowmarket south of East Grinstead on 1st Sat every month, at Chelwood Gate on 19th September, at Lewes on 31st October and Thame on 14 November.