Saturday, January 06, 2007

Chocolate Wafer Torte

These wafers come in the size of 11 1/2 inch x 18 inch and have 5 layers. It is so convenient especially when you need to have a cake and do not have time to bake. All that is required is to assemble and viola - you will have the biggest 'Kit Kat' I do not know where i could get them when i ran out as a dear friend moved to Dubai and left me 3 pieces. I don't know why it is spelled as Tort Wafers as i have always spelled Tort with a silent 'e'

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1 piece Tort Wafers
7 ozs melted chocolate
6 egg yolks
1 1/2 cups of cream
8 oz butter
1 1/2 cups sugar
7 ozs ground roasted hazelnuts

For glaze

2 1/2 sticks unsalted butter
10 oz fine-quality semisweet chocolate, finely chopped
3 tablespoons light corn syrup


Cut Tort Wafers into 9 inch square.

Mix and stir, sugar, egg yolks and cream over very low heat until foamy.

Add in butter, melted chocolate and ground hazelnuts.

Mix thoroughly.

Fill Tort Waters in layers, press lightly and chill.

Ice the torte with the glaze



Danica said...

Hi Lily,

This wafer cake looks really good & I would like to try to make one. But err ... having a little problem here, any idea where can I buy the "tort wafer" in Singapore?

lilyng said...


like i said, i don't even know where i can get them in the states. It is called Tort Wafers and manufactured by 'lane' food industry, pozarevac, serbia. it is imported by 'western food & beverage inc, los angeles, ca 90058

Anonymous said...

I find these wafer layers in smaller European butcher/bake shops here in Toronto. Actually I just bought some two days ago in a fine cheese store. Address on packaging is
Hope this helps. Good luck!

lilyng said...


thanks for the info

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