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Orange Marmalade Cake




Orange Marmalade cake

Buttery and citrus flavored marmalade cake, it was at instant hit and my family loved it.There was no specific recipe. I just used an ordinary cake recipe and gave extra flavor with orange juice, orange marmalade and wine.Adding wine is optional,I had some leftover after I made Christmas plum cake and so added into this cake.You can substitute it with buttermilk.I had actually prepared a orange syrup( orange juice and sugar) to drench cake layers,but the wine and orange juice had already made the cake moist and super flavorful so I did not use the syrup. Try this cake,you will surely love it.

Ingredients

Flour- 2 1/2 cup
Baking powder- 1 1/2 tsp
Salt - a pinch
Eggs- 3
Sugar- 3/4 cup
Butter- 1/2 cup
Vanilla essence-1 tsp
Wine- 1/2 cup
( or you can use 1/2 cup butter milk)
Zest of one lemon
Juice of one lemon
Orange marmalade- 1/3 cup
(I used the store brought one-use 1 tsp for the cake and rest to spread on top of the cake)


In a medium mixing bowl, combine flour, baking soda, and salt.Shift flour and keep aside.Preheat oven to 350 degree F.Prepare cake tin by buttering and lining with parchment paper.

In a small mixing bowl, stir in the juice of one lemon, zest of one lemon, orange marmalade and wine and set aside. 
Using a hand mixer beat room temperature butter till soft and fluffy. Add little by little of sugar till it blends well and becomes a pale color. Beat for about three to four minute. Now add one egg at a time and continue to beat in high speed till it is well blended,light and fluffy.Add vanilla essence. With a spatula fold in 1/3 of the flour mixture and little of the orange juice wine mixture.Gently fold and continue the same process till all the dry and wet ingredients are well incorporated.
 Pour into prepared cake tin. Even it using the spatula spread it evenly in the pan. Bake for 40-45 minutes or till the tooth pick inserted in the center comes out clean. Cool the cake completely. Decorate the cake as you desire. If you wish you can do a cream frosting and use orange marmalade as a filling. I just spread a layer of marmalade on top of the cake. 


 Try this..
Hope you will all enjoy..
    

Comments

  1. Oh wow, this is definitely worth a try! Remember how much I loved your papaya cake!

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  2. First time I have seen a cake recipe with wine..the cake is so spongy and the colour looks awesome too.

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  3. my most fav flavour...looks divine

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  4. wow yummy..i want i piece...awesome dear

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  5. I love citrusy bakes..looks scrumptious

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  6. Love the citrus on cake. Looks delicious

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  7. hi suja, how are you. this cake looks soft and moist. love orange flavor.
    While still hot, fresh from the oven (no need topping) i can eat 3 slices. heh heh with coffee. have a nice day

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  8. yummy cake .......will try this 4 sure by adding buttermilk

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  9. Love the citrus flavor of the cake, marmalade in cake, should've tasted superb..

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  10. Real yummy SUja..What I really really loved is the way you decorated it..Makes it worth!

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  11. Real yummy SUja..What I really really loved is the way you decorated it..Makes it worth!

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  12. I can feel the flavour from the vake.. yumm..

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  13. Love citrusy cakes !! Cake is so moist and looks so good !!

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  14. Light and fluffy orange marmalade cake. I like the addition of lemon zest while baking.

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  15. this is so cute.. reminds me of that honey cake we get in iyengar bakeries :).. love the citrus flavor.. they taste great :)

    Ongoing Event : I'm The Star

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  16. Cake texture is so perfect ...looks fab

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  17. Moist and very yummy cake Suja.. Drooling here

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  18. wonderful n yummy loooking ing perfectly baked cake..

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  19. It looks so moist and good. And with marmalade it would be a great combination.

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  20. pefectly done cake,so soft ,moist and full of flavour..
    Anjana

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  21. so soft n fluffy cake..pics r beautiful...
    Maha

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  22. have bookmarked a similar recipe, but not yet tried it. This looks yum

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  23. wow..looks gorgeous...excellent job dear

    Tasty Appetite

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  24. Hey Suja! 1st time here.. I'm totally in love with your blog! You have gorgeous photographs! :) I don't know why it took me so long to find yours :)
    Edible Entertainment

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  25. Making me hungry again,perfectly made.

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  26. Delicious and yummy looking cake...would love to try this citrus cake

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  27. Great flavor and nicely decorated!

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  28. Yummy cake,looks so soft n spongy! beautiful presentation too....

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  29. Wow...lovely delicious spongy orange cake looks so inviting.......

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  30. soooooooooooper soft & inviting dear..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  31. omg- it looks so perfectly baked;spongy & inviting; slurppppppppppppppp

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  32. oooo...looks super delicious

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  33. Yummy Treat!!!! Snaps are also superb

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  34. Irresistible cake. Love the texture and smell..:)

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  35. Thanks for your lovely words and do send some entries to the event happening in my space dear...

    http://www.sarasyummybites.com/2012/04/event-announcement-kitchen-chronicles.html

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  36. Wow, Looks yumm and the texture of the cake is really nice !

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  37. My mouth has been watering, looks so tempting.

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  38. wonderful moist n Flavourfull cake,simply irresistible...

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  39. Love the way you have decorated it! Looks so tempting and cute!

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  40. Hi, i want to try this recipe so i want to know did you used 10 ounce of flour? do guide me. thanks in advance

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  41. Hi,thanks for stopping by..I think you are right,it will be approximately 10 ounce of flour..one cup of flour is around 4.4 ounces and one cup of sugar will be seven ounce..
    glad you found this recipe interesting,hope you will try,thanks:)

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