For the countertop:
Separate the eggs and beat the egg whites with the sugar until it melts. Mix the yolks with the oil and pour them over the egg whites. Pour the milk and mix well.
We start to gradually add the flour, using the mixer for incorporation. After I put approx. 1/2 of the amount of flour, add the lemon peel, as well as the baking soda that we quench with a little vinegar. Mix well and continue with the rest of the flour. The result should be a slightly stronger dough than the cake, so if you think it's too liquid, add more flour. If while adding, it seems too solid, do not put.
We pour the composition in a round tray lined with baking paper and leave it there until we take care of the filling.
Put the urda in a bowl and add the eggs and sugar over it. With a fork, grind as well as we can, so as not to have large lumps. Then we pour over the urda cow's cheese, lemon peel and honey. We use the mixer for a good incorporation.
Then take the bowl with the filling and pour it over the composition of the countertop waiting in the tray: pour so as to leave the edges of the dough uncovered.
Then put in the preheated oven for approx. 1 hour, then turn it off and leave the cake in the oven until it cools.
For a better cut, I recommend that you do not cut it until the cake is completely cooled.
It goes great with some sweet strawberries, because it's still their season.