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Member since 16 Oct 2007
Member from Ohope
Has anyone, a nice recipe, for orange cake. As I have not come across a nice one, to date.
Member since 15 May 2008
Member from Waitakere
Magical Orange Cake
1 whole orange, washed and processed to a pulp
125gr melted butter
1 cup sugar
2 med-lge eggs
1 1/2 cups self-raising flour
If you have a food processor, just throw everything in together and mix till all combined. Pour into lined loaf tin and bake at 180C for approx 35-40 mins or ready when tested with skewer.
***This was posted on another website, and everyone that has tried it including my family, believe it is the best they've ever had. ***
sarsar: thanks for the orange cake recipe. I made it yesterday and everyone thinks it, just great.
Member since 07 Jul 2006
Member from Palmerston North
This recipe is sooo nice, you can't stop eating it.
ORANGE SOUR CREAM CAKE:
90g 3oz Butter
1 Tablespoon grated orange rind
3\4 Cup Castor sugar
1 1\2 Cups plain flour
1\2 Teaspoon baking soda
1\2 Cup sour cream
Line base and sides of a loaf tin (it's a cake though) with one layer of greaseproof paper bringing the paper 2.5 cm (1inch) above the edge of the tin.
Beat the butter and orange rind until soft and creamy, add sugar, beat until light and fluffy. Add eggs one at a time, beating well after each addition. Stir in sifted flour and soda alternatively with sour cream, beat lightly until smooth.
Spread evenly into prepared tin, bake in slow oven (300f approximately 1 1\4 hours or until cooked when tested. Turn on to wire rack to cool. Before slicing, dust top with icing sugar.
Member since 12 May 2008
Member from Cambridge
Jaffa Cake.2 eggs, 1/2C caster sugar, 2/3C Lupi Extra light olive oil, 1 & 1/3C self raising flour, 1/2C milk, 2t finely grated zest &2T orange juice, 1/3C cocoa powder sifted. Preheat oven to 170C or 150c fan bake. Grease & line a loaf pan with baking paper, letting it extend over sides. Electric beat the eggs with sugar in a large bowl until fluffy. Beat in oil. Stir in flour then milk until combined. Spoon half the batter into another bowl. Add zest & juice to one portion, stir the cocoa into the other. Spoon half the orange batter in pan, then half cocoa batter, repeat. Bake for 40- 45mins or until skewer inserted is clean. Cool for 5min in pan. Turn out on wire rack to cool completely. Spread with half over cake let stand 5mins then spread with remaining icing. Can top with chocolate bits. Orange Icing: 1 &3/4Cpure icing sugar sifted,2-3T milk, 2-3 drops each red & yellow food colour. Place sugar in a bowl. Add enough milk to make a soft, runny icing. Stir in enough food color to tint icing orange. Use the icing immediately
Member since 10 Jan 2009
Member from Timberlea
3ozs Butter, 6ozs Sugar, 1 tblsp. Bushells Coffee Essence, 1tsp.Vanilla Essence, 3 Eggs, 4 and a halfozs Flour, 2 dssps. Cornflour, 3 tblsps.Milk,
Cream butter, sugar, coffee essence and vanilla together.
Beat in yolks one at a time, then add sifted flour and cornflour alternately with stiffly-beaten egg whites. Stir and mix well; add milk and last of all baking powder.
Bake in two (8inch) round greased sponge tins for 20 - 25 minutes at 190
When cool Ice and fill with coffee butter icing. Decorate with walnuts, cherries, or strawberries . Serve as a Dessert with ice-cream if desired.
Enjoy with an Irish Coffee!
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