Jun 17, 2011

Coconut Honey Fudge Cake / Coconut Honey Pudding

Honey Cake
I want to try this cake for so long.This cake is drenched in a honey syrup which was mouth watering...you could add any nuts as you wish..Try this and let me know how it came.


Ingrediants:

Flour-200 gm / 1 1/2 cup + 2 tblspn
Eggs-2
Powdered Sugar-100 gm / 1/2 cup
Honey-50 ml / 1/4 cup / 2 fluid ounces
Desiccated Coconut- 50 gm / 1/3 cup
Almonds- 3 tblspn chopped
Oil - ¾ cup / 180 ml
Vanilla essence-1 tsp
Baking powder-1 tsp

For Syrup:

Sugar-1 tblpsn
Honey-50 ml / 1/4 cup / 2 fluid ounces
Vanilla essence-1 tsp
Water-30 ml

Method:

Preheat the oven to 180°C(360°F).Butter the tin generously and dust it with flour on all sides.Set this aside for a moment.

In a mixing bowl,beat together eggs,sugar,vanilla till light and fluffy.

Add oil,honey in this and beat again.Throw in desiccated coconut and mix well.

Sift in flour with baking powder in this mixture and fold gently till combined.

Pour this in the prepared tin.Throw some almonds in the top and bake for 30-40 min.

After that take the tin out of the oven and put some desiccated coconut over the top and bake it again for 5 min or till the top gets golden.Take it out of the oven and let it cool.

Mix honey with sugar,vanilla,water till combined and drizzle this over the top.

Let this cool completely..Slice and serve..

Pictorial:

Ingrediants for cake

Beat eggs with sugar and vanilla

add in oil

then honey

throw in desiccated coconut

Sift in flour and baking powder

fold gently

Tip this in tin and stud with almonds,Bake it...Sprinkle some coconut and bake it again..

Ingrediants for syrup

Mix syrup together and pour over the cake

Slice and serve

37 comments:

  1. Looks and sounds tasty! I just love the triangular pans...I want some too!

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  2. wow, I love the beautiful color it has, love the moistness and richness to it.

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  3. ur cake looks so moist and soft...hmmm yummmy

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  4. Lovely looking honey cake. Already drooling over here.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  5. wow..that's fabulous.I love coconut in that.And yes the precious triangular tins..they make it even sweeter !

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  6. Wow..looks fabulous..I love the coconut in it..And the triangular tins make it even sweeter !

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  7. Omg, love that super moist texture, cake looks super delicious..

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  8. buonoooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!ciao!

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  9. They looks delicious:)) want to have a bite:)

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  10. wow..Awesome recipe of cake..

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  11. Aarthi can you give me your address???
    i'll shift my home completely near to urs...it make's me irresistible by looking at ur daily dishes!!!!
    you have lot of patients.....
    Happy Blogging!!!!
    Food Blog News Daily
    Good Food Recipes

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  12. This looks like the most amazing cake ever! wonderful flavors - I just found your blog and I'm so glad I did!
    Mary - I've just signed up to follow you

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  13. Aarthi its really a yummy cake...so easy to preapare.your pictorials are very useful dear..like that triangular pan..cute :)

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  14. Cake looks soft and delicious...

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  15. Never heard about this cake. the cake is really looking good. bookmarked.

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  16. luved the colour,sponginess and flavours in the cake ! yummmm !!

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  17. Wow that looks so decadent! Would love to sink my fork into that!

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  18. coconut and honey nice combination...Yummyyyy...

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  19. Wow cacke looks so soft and tempting....

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  20. Aarthi, I think this cake sounds fabulous and I want to make it. I am wild about coconut and this cake looks really moist. Also I love the "wedge" pans you cooked these in, like individual slices...Where did you buy them? Thanks. Teresa

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  21. Thank you all for your comments...@Teresa i bought that tray in a local shop over here

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  22. Hey Aarthi, I tried this today and came out really well!!

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  23. Hey Aarti, can you tell me the substitute for egg in this recipe

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  24. @AnonymousI am not sure, you can try adding 1/2 cup of curd.i haven't tried it.

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  25. Tried it came out very well.. thanks aarthi

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  26. Hi can v add grated coconuts instead of desiccated coconut

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  27. Can v add grated coconut instead of dedicated coconut

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  28. @AnonymousYes but make sure they are finely grated

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  29. hai.. this is shobha girish. can I add butter instead of oil???

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  30. Hi, I am new to bake and a little bit confusion. When to use only baking powder and when to use baking powder and soda combination? What is the right amount for 1 cup flour?

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