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Here is another recipe adapted from Taste.com. I really regretted for not making the full recipe as I was afraid that the cake would be too big my family. Well, the cake turned out to be a bit small for us and there wasn't much to go round. This pretty, simple and flavourful Orange Cranberry Cake is so yummy and light. I love the dried cranberries that I've added (original recipe used poppy seeds) and this goes so well with the orange icing.  So if you're going to bake this cake, you must not forget to frost the cake with the orange icing otherwise you'll not get to enjoy the full taste of the cake.




Orange Cranberry Cake

    Ingredients:
     70g  Fresh orange juice
     65g Greek natural yoghurt
     50g Dried cranberries, cut to small pieces
     125g Butter, softened
     110g Caster sugar
     Zest of 2 oranges
     2 Eggs (70g each)
     170g Plain flour
     1 tsp Baking powder

     Orange icing
     75g Icing sugar, sift
     1/2 - 3/4tbsp Fresh orange juice

     Method:
  • Preheat oven to 160C. Brush a small bundt pan (20cm/8 inch) with melted butter lightly grease. Combine the orange juice, yoghurt and dried cranberries in a small bowl.
  • Use an electric beater to beat the butter, caster sugar and orange zest together until pale and creamy. Add the eggs, 1 at a time, beating well after each addition until just combined.
  • Sift flour and baking powder over the egg mixture. Add the yoghurt mixture and use a spatula to fold until just combined. Spoon mixture into the prepared pan and smooth the surface. Bake in over for 45 minutes or until a skewer into the cake comes out clean. Set aside for 5 minutes to cool slightly. Turn onto a wire rack to cool completely.
     Orange icing
  • Combine the sifted icing sugar and 1/2 tbsp orange juice in a bowl until smooth with a rubber spatula. Add a little more orange juice if the icing mixture is still thick. Pour orange icing into a piping bag with nozzle tip #3 and pipe lines on cake. Set aside for 20 minutes or until the icing is set.


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    香橙蔓越莓蛋糕

    材料:
    70毫升 鲜橙汁
    65克 酸奶油
    50克 干蔓越莓,切小
    125克 牛油,稍软
    110克 白砂糖
    2粒 香橙屑 
     2个 全蛋 (约70克一个)
     170克 面粉
     1茶匙 发粉

     香橙糖霜
     75个 糖粉,过筛
     1/2 - 3/4汤匙 鲜香橙汁
     做法:

  • 预热烤箱致160度。准备一个8寸圆烤模,图牛油。
  • 将橙汁,酸奶油和干蔓越莓混合均匀在小碗里,备用。
  • 牛油,白糖及香橙打至滑。然后调慢速度加入鸡蛋。鸡蛋必须分次加入;每打入一个鸡蛋,确定它完全融合,方可继续加入下一个鸡蛋。
  • 面粉和发粉一起过筛入蛋糊中,加入酸奶油;橡胶刮刀拌匀即可。将面糊倒入烤盘,橡胶刮刀抹平表面。烤约45分钟或用牙签扎入蛋糕内部,扒出的牙签没残留物,就表示烤熟了。
  • 让模内的蛋糕放凉约5分钟,脱模后放在铁丝架上待凉。

      香橙糖霜做法
  • 橡胶刮刀把过筛糖粉及1/2汤匙香橙汁拌匀之顺滑,可多加一点橙汁假如觉得糖霜还是很干。
  • 用裱花袋装入Wilton#3号嘴挤出线条在蛋糕上。把蛋糕放在温室大约20分钟,等糖霜软变干变硬即可享用。  
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  1. Love cranberries! This is beautiful and irresistible, Ann.

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  2. Aiyo! What a stunning cake! Ann, I love your cake :)

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  3. Very nice cake, lovely to look at and sure to taste good with that icing...will give this a try too!

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  4. 偶像,这美美的蛋糕,很赞。很赞。蛋糕上面的白色糖霜很好看。

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  5. 你的家最近好料连连啊!

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    1. May, 哈哈哈。。。因为我是这个月LTU的主子。所以要多做一点。

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  6. pretty and elegant....no words to describe this...well made

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    1. Jong, Thank you very much for your compliment :)

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  7. Love this cake combination. Bookmarked. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. I love this recipe... Orange and cranberry... Beat that! This will be a big winner in my church

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  9. Orange and cranberries are a wonderful combination! This looks delicious!

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  10. Your cake looks very pretty! Orange and cranberries sounds delicious :)

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  11. Beautiful Cake. Love the flavours, bet your kitchen smells good when its baking in the oven :)

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  12. Sounds like a lovely combination of cranberries and orange.. I don't think I have tried it, but looks really tempting and worth trying :)

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  13. Beautiful cake ! Will bookmark this... thanks for sharing this recipe.

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  14. This cake is gorgeous!! I would love to try the orange and cranberry combo

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  15. Love this flavourful cake & it looks so appetizing! Wish I have a slice now to go with my tea ! YUM ;)

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    1. Hi Kit, No problem. Let's have tea together :D

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  16. Ann, this is a really gorgeous cake! Love that first shot... so pristine.

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  17. This is absolutely gorgeous!! I love the orange-cranberry combo and make a loaf cake/quick bread like this at Christmas time but I must make this beautiful Bundt next!

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    1. Hi Jamie, Must try this recipe when you're free. Very delicious!

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  18. Hi Friends, Thank you very much for your awesome comments :)

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  19. Ann, the cake looks so pretty especially with the icing!

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  20. So nice. Ann Low you are great! !!!!! This orange cranberry cake is my favourite cake. Can't wait to bake it!

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  21. Ann, I always adore your cake that was baked in a bundt pan! This is another beautiful cake that you have baked with orange in there!

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  22. I'm sitting here sipping my morning tea wishing I had a piece of this delicious cake!!!

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  23. Hi Ann, This cake looks so beautiful. I would love to try it. I'm a bit worried though on how to remove the cake from the tin. I've baked a cake few weeks ago and it was a lovely recipe that requires greasing and flouring the pan. I had problem removing the cake from the tin. Could you give me advice on how to remove the cake from bundt tin? Many thanks, Lynn
    I couldn't line the pan?

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    1. Hi Lynn, No way to line the bundt pan. I used cooking spray to grease the cake pan. Very easy to remove baked cake. You can get at PH or Sunlik. I seldom floured the the pan because the cake looks patchy with the dusted flour.

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