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Flourless and Butterless Orange Cake - ThermoFun


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Ingredients

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Orange cake

  • 200g raw sugar
  • 300g almonds
  • 2 oranges, washed / unpeeled / quartered
  • 3 eggs
  • 1 tsp gluten-free baking powder

Orange syrup (optional)

  • 30g raw sugar
  • 1 orange - juice only
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Recipe's preparation

    Orange Cake
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    1. Preheat oven to 170°C. Grease and line a round cake tin.
    2. Place sugar in TM bowl and mill 3 sec / speed 9. Set aside.
    3. Place almonds in TM bowl and mill 15 sec / speed 9. Set aside.
    4. Place oranges (leaving skin ON) in TM bowl and chop 10 sec / speed 8.
    5. Add eggs, sugar, almond meal and baking powder and mix 20 sec / speed 4.
    6. Pour into cake tin and bake 60 mins or until a skewer inserted into the centre comes out clean. 
    7. NB: cover with Alfoil after 40 minutes to prevent it browning too much on top.
  2. Orange Syrup
    1. Place sugar and juice in TM bowl and cook 2 mins / 100°C / speed 2.
    2. Use a skewer to gently poke small holes in top of cake. Pour syrup over cake and allow syrup to soak a few minutes before serving.

     

    The cake is lovely and moist without the syrup too.  tmrc_emoticons.)

     

    I have converted this recipe from "taste.com.au"

     

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  • My son said this was the best

    Submitted by superquilter55 on 2. August 2016 - 21:05.

    My son said this was the best cake EVER!  Very simple and easy. Didn't put syrup on and it was still beautiful and moist. 

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  • So quick to prepare, cake is

    Submitted by vtan288 on 6. January 2016 - 09:11.

    So quick to prepare, cake is moist, no need for sugar syrup.  Only modification, I reduced the sugar to 125g (and still hubby complained was a bit sweet - it probably depends on your oranges!).

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  •   Beautiful and moist

    Submitted by kelb83 on 8. March 2015 - 16:47.

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    Beautiful and moist cake.

    It was so easy to make and everyone loved it... A complete success  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Have made this quite a few

    Submitted by Vicki'n'Thelma on 28. October 2014 - 13:12.

    Have made this quite a few times! Love it! Great even without the syrup. tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Really fantastic cake. I made

    Submitted by RebeccavW on 20. July 2014 - 20:52.

    Really fantastic cake. I made a few modifications.

    - I used xylitol instead of sugar

    - I milled my own almond meal

    - I used 2 oranges that had been cooked in my mulled wine and puréed them with a grapefruit without the skin 

    served with EDC vanilla bean custard and caramel sauce!

     

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  • Delicious moist cake.  

    Submitted by gloriacicchini on 17. July 2014 - 20:18.

    Delicious moist cake.  

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  • Wow!! Great cake for just 5

    Submitted by Eloise_au on 30. June 2014 - 13:26.

    Wow!! Great cake for just 5 ingredients. Simple and delicious yum yum  Love

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  • This cake is awesome!!  It

    Submitted by Lizbef on 9. June 2014 - 13:28.

    This cake is awesome!!  It was so quick & easy to make.  Definitly a keeper! tmrc_emoticons.D

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  • I used 300g mandarins instead

    Submitted by NavigatorJane on 4. June 2014 - 20:22.

    I used 300g mandarins instead of the 2 oranges and a teaspoon vanilla bean paste. I then frosted with a dairy free icing of coconut cream/maple syrup/vanilla bean whipped

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  • Had this last night at our

    Submitted by Mrs Mix on 6. May 2014 - 16:22.

    Had this last night at our Thermomix team meeting with my traditional custard recipe.  Very nice.  All loved not having to peel oranges!! 

    Kellie Cooke


    MRS MIX


    Thermomix Consultant

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  • Fantastic recipe, my new

    Submitted by Louise T on 5. May 2014 - 16:55.

    Fantastic recipe, my new staple for orange cake!! Thank you!!

     

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  • So easy to make and such a

    Submitted by browneyedgirl on 3. May 2014 - 17:06.

    So easy to make and such a delicious moist cake even without the syrup. 

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  • A very nice cake and easy to

    Submitted by shelly_w on 21. April 2014 - 09:34.

    A very nice cake and easy to make.

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  • A total hit with my family!!

    Submitted by riagail on 16. March 2014 - 23:29.

    A total hit with my family!! This is a new staple in my household now. I used 1 orange and 1 blood orange as those were what we had left in the fridge.

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  • Beautifully moist and tangy.

    Submitted by periquitos on 16. February 2014 - 19:35.

    Beautifully moist and tangy. Superb recipe. tmrc_emoticons.)

     

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  • My first attempt at cooking a

    Submitted by boydel on 16. November 2013 - 21:45.

    My first attempt at cooking a cake with thermie and this was is a winner. Very moist even without syrup. Followed the instructions re cooking times and covered with foil so very minimal burning. My 3yr old thought it was terrific.... tmrc_emoticons.)

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