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Ingredients

45 gms All purpose flour
90 gms Fine semolina I have used chiroti rava
1 tbsp Ground almonds
A pinch Salt
1 tsp Baking powder
35 gms Dried grated coconut
1/2 cup Fresh orange juice
80 gms Orange marmalade
2 Eggs
From 1 orange Grated zest
35 gms Castor sugar
90 ml Cooking Oil
SOAKING SYRUP
150 gms Sugar
120ml Water

Semolina Orange Marmalade Cake

Features:

    Makes 5 mini bundt cakes

    • 28-30 mins
    • Medium

    Ingredients

    • SOAKING SYRUP

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    I love baking and I look for the opportunity where I can bake. Since I am on diet these days, I am not allowed to eat cakes or any desserts. But I have lovely friends who do not mind eating my baked goodies and ready to meet up for this. I baked this semolina orange marmalade cake for them as it is different from the usual cakes which I bake for them which is predominantly chocolate based.

    Semolina orange marmalade cake

    Semolina Orange Marmalade Cake

    This is a very flavour cake that I had bookmarked from Suma’s space. The not so usual ingredients actually prompted me to try this cake. It had semolina, coconut and marmalade. I am very happy that I baked this semolina orange marmalade cake as it is very flavourful, moist because of the sugar syrup used and has got a lovely crumb. When baked in mini bundt pans it looks so beautiful and hard to resist. My lovely friends loved it. I have earlier baked an eggless orange cake which uses orange juice. It is amazing too.  If you are a person like me who loves to use fruits in your bakes, then this is the perfect recipe for you.

     

     

     

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    Steps

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    Preheat the oven to 180C

    2
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    Grease the baking tin thoroughly

    3
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    Sift the flour, semolina, salt, ground almonds and baking powder twice

    4
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    Mix the dry coconut with this. Keep aside

    5
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    In a bowl, whisk together the orange juice, marmalade, zest, eggs and sugar. Make sure the marmalade is mixed well.

    6
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    Now gently whisk in the dry sifted ingredients

    7
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    Whisk in the oil and mix thoroughly. The batter will be thin

    8
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    Pour into prepared pan and bake for 18-20 mins or until the skewer inserted in the middle comes out clean

    9
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    While the cakes are baking, prepare the soaking syrup. Heat the water and sugar till the sugar dissolves. Switch off the fire and let it be warm.

    10
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    When the cakes are taken out of the pan, poke holes using a toothpick. Brush with hot sugar syrup and let it cool in the pan for a while

    11
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    Now place a tray under the cooling rack, invert the cakes on this. Poke holes all over and brush again with hot syrup

    12
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    Let the cakes cool completely and serve. This cakes stores well.

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    Veenaji, orange is my favourite flavor for cakes and muffins and orange marmalade is something I love since I was a kid.. Love this cake and tempting me to bake soon with my favourite marmalade!!yummm…

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    Veenaji, orange is my favourite flavor for cakes and muffins and orange marmalade is something I love since I was a kid.. Love this cake and tempting me to bake soon with my favourite marmalade!!yummm…

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