Queque seco literally means "dry cake" and it represents a typical dessert from Costa Rican cuisine.
Queque seco is considered to be a kind of pound cake, it being traditionally made with a pound of each of the following ingredients: flour, margarine, eggs, and sugar. This dish also includes such ingredients as baking powder, salt, rum and raisins. Other important additions are vanilla essence and lemon or orange juice that are used to increase the flavor of the dish.
When ready, the cake is sprinkled with confectionery sugar and can be complemented with slices of fresh tropical fruits, such as mango, papaya, pineapple or bananas.
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