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Feb 6, 2013

Orange Marmalade Cake



One fine day, i decided to bake a lovely orange marmalade cake which i found in sanjeev kapoor's cookbook. I ran into the store and bought a jar of orange marmalade and came home happily to bake this goodness. I made the batter patiently, took step by step picture of it..Poured the batter into the cake tin and blessed the tin and put that into the oven. Then i waited for a hard 45 mins, when i opened the oven door to check the cake, I smelled the best aroma of my life, the cake was beautifully baked and everything was coming together so well...


Then this horrible this happened to me. When i was about to the take the cake out of the oven, I dropped the entire cake on the floor, since the cake was hot and so soft the whole cake fell on to the floor and got broken into pieces(lucky my dog).

I was so worried and totally got out of mood. The whole day i was blabbering about this to everyone i see and posted that in my facebook wall, i got so many kind messages for that..But luckily(?) i got some left over batter because my cake pan was smaller than a 9 inch pan and i baked that in a small square cake pan. I got to taste that, i should tell you, it was the softest most flavourful cake i ever baked and tasted. I took a pic of that and wanted to post that here.

So in my step by step pictures, if you ever see a round cake turned into a square cake, don't get surprised.

Bake this and let me know how it turned out for you. If you can send me a pic..


Sanjeev Kapoor's Home Baking Cookbook - I Recommend


Preparation Time : 15 mins
Baking Time : 35 to 45 mins
Makes on 9 inch round cake or one 750 gram cake
Source : Simple Home Baking

Ingredients:

All Purpose Flour / Maida - 21/2 cup / 300 grams
Sugar - 3/4 cup / 150 grams
Baking Powder - 2 1/2 tsp
Orange Marmalade - 1/2 cup / 165 grams
Butter - 150 grams soft and unsalted / 1/3 pound
Eggs - 3
Tutti frutti - 1/3 cup / 50 grams
Milk - 1/2 cup / 125 ml
Yogurt / Curd - 3 tblspn (Click here for recipe)

Method:

Preheat the oven to 150 Degree C / 300 Degree F. Grease a 9 inch round cake tin with butter and sprinkle it with flour on all sides and tap off the excess flour.

Take a bowl and add butter and sugar to it and cream it well till it is fluffy and light.

Now separate the egg yolk and egg white. Add the egg yolk to the creamed butter and sugar. Keep egg whites in a separate bowl.

Mix the egg yolk with the butter well.

Add the orange marmalade and tutti- fruity to this and mix well.

Now sift in the flour and baking powder in this. When you have sifted half of the flour in, add the milk in and mix well.

Now sift the remaining flour in. Add the yogurt in and mix well.

Mix everything well.

Now take the egg whites and beat it with a electric beater till it is frothy and foamed up.

Add the eggs whites in and fold gently.

Transfer this mixture to the prepared pan and bake it for 35 to 45 mins till the toothpick inserted comes out clean.

Remove the tin from the oven and let it cool down for 30 mins.

Remove the cake from the tin carefully.

Slice and serve.

Pictorial:
Take your ingredients 
You need some good orange marmalade
take butter in a bowl
add sugar to it
and cream together
Separate eggs and egg whites
beat in the egg yolks
and mix well
Add in the marmalade
and some tutti fruity
now take flour in a sifter
add in some baking powder
and sift half of the mixture in
add milk to it
Now sift the remaining flour in
all sifted
add curd in
and mix well
Now whip up your egg whites
till it gets foamy
like this
add it in the batter
and fold gently
prepare a cake pan
pour the batter in
baked ( Read the introduction to see how a
round cake turned into a square one)
Slice and Serve
Enjoy..

16 comments:

kausers kitchen said... Best Blogger Tips

I'm a big fan of Sanjeev kapoor, luv his recipes.
The cake looks awesome dear, drooling here.

Princy Vinoth said... Best Blogger Tips

oh its horrible to drop a cake and notget to taste it after waiting for those long 45 mins.but the cake looks amazing!i just baked a cake and the top is risen too much and cracked...what could be the reason adding both baking soda and powder??

LoLy said... Best Blogger Tips

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Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@Princy VinothI think you must have over filled the cake tin. May be the batter must be too thick..

Hamaree Rasoi said... Best Blogger Tips

I trust sanjeev kapoor recipes..this one too has come out well

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

Aartiamma, This, Orange Marmalade Cake is an excellent recipe and I have only to buy the Marmalade to
try it. The appeal of many of your recipes apart, your innovation of supplimenting the recipe text with
sequential pictures is really superb. It is more eloquent in explaining the procedure of preparation, than the artificial eloquence and tediousness in many normally presented videos. One request, don't try to push up too many commonplace south indian items, for the sake of it. For example, an everyday Rava Dosa fried in ghee, is worthier than the cumbersome, tasteless Poricha Kuttu. Regards.

Janani said... Best Blogger Tips

It will be a treat to my stomach just like ur site says yummy to tummy.

imrose said... Best Blogger Tips

love love love the recipe.Will definitely make it asap.Thanks dear all your recipes are great.U r my favorite blogger.Imrose

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

Can you say where did you get the green spatula?

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@AnonymousI got it in my super market

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

Do you have your own supermarket? I am residing in Nagercoil. Can you say the name of the supermarket?

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@AnonymousNo it is not my super market, it is the supermarket which i go, rajas mall

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

hi aarthi.. what is orange marmaled? i couldnt find get it here. Anything i can replace with it?

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

Very nice recipe. .One question. .How can we omit eggs n make it completely eggless. .any other ingredient to add in?

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@AnonymousSorry i dont think eggless is possible here. Will share eggless version soon.

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@AnonymousOrange marmalade can be found in jam section in supermarkets. You can use any jam.