Russian Cake, a delicious Spanish dessert at the imperial tables

One of the delicacies of international pastry is called Russian Cake of Spanish origin, typical of Huesca. It is a delicious cake of fine almond meringue cake, filled with a soft praline of butter, almond and hazelnut, which fascinates us in the mouth and makes us close our eyes when we try it, transporting us to the world of delights. Apart from being a delicate snack, its history makes it even more attractive, giving it an aura of princess tales. Spanish grenadian Eugenia de Montijo, Empress of France, after marrying the Emperor Napoleon III, brought Spanish chefs to her entourage.

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