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My famuly is Chilean and his recpe does not usually call for any kind of nuts; The name means cakes of a thousand layers. this is my favrite cake and evry year my mother would make it for my birthday (we love nuts so I know she did not omit them for any reason) also you are supposed to put preassure on every layer as you go wih a brick wrapped in foil and especially after you are done to copact the cake. This is a delicious cake and orth the work

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huynhpc September 22, 2008

Just what I reemember in my childhood, excelent

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JOSEPHCHILEAN September 17, 2009

Fantastic! I love Mil Hojas, we also call it Rogel in Argentina. I covered mine with meringue (whipped egg whites with sugar and a touch of lemon juice). Thank you Polar bear.

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MsPia March 18, 2008

Cake was dry. The layers came out thicker than expected. SIL (from Chile) wasn't impressed.

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OopsieDaisie November 19, 2007
Cakes With Nuts from Chile (torta De Mil Hojas)