- Serves: 5 - 8
- Prep Time: 10 Minute
- Cooking: 20 Minute
Another advantage of following international Masterchef shows is , you get to know and learn about entirely different food cultures. And it really inspires to whip up something innovative in your kitchen… I had been following Masterchef Australia ever since the second season….And I just loved what they did with cakes and desserts! What I particularly loved is the use of varierty of fruits in cakes and desserts! With the mercury dipping day by day , wanted to try a new hot dessert post dinner, and was indeed bored serving the usual brownie or molten cakes…. Thats when I decided to incorporate fruits to whip up a nice hot dessert for those cold after dinner evenings! So a Tangy Orange Syrup Cake was just what I needed! And it indeed turned out nice and moist with the syrup and delicious to be enjoyed hot! Unfortunately,I couldnt click step by step pictures,since the cake itself was made in a haste….But considering how yummy it was, I m sure I ll be making it again…so watch this space for more!
- Heat the Orange juice in a saucepan and add sugar and lime juice to it. Let it boil on a low flame,stirring occassionally. Once the mixture comes to a boil , add the orange section and let the mixture simmer for 2-5 mins till the mixture is slightly
- Sieve the flour with baking powder and baking soda and keep aside. Beat the eggs in a bowl using an electric beater,till fluffy. Add sugar,ornage zest and oil and beat for 1 min. Add the flour and fold. Add the orange juice and food colour and beat t
- Grease a baking tin with oil and dust it with flour. Pour the batter in the baking tin and bake the cake in a preheated oven at 180 deg C for 20 to 30 mins , till the center when touched springs back. Cool the cake and demould it.
- Pour hot syrup over the cake and decorate with the orange sections. Set aside for a few minutes to enable the cake soak the syrup. Cut and serve warm.
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