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Flourless Lime & Coconut Cake


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Ingredients

14 slice(s)

Cake

  • 3 limes - zest, (save 3 strips of zest for glaze)
  • 100 grams lime juice, approximately 3 limes
  • 70 grams dessicated cococnut
  • 200 grams blanched almonds
  • 200 grams organic raw sugar
  • 6 eggs
  • 1 tsp baking powder, (aluminium free)
  • 1 Pinch salt

Glaze

  • 3 large strips lime zest
  • 20 grams Coconut sugar, (or rapadura)
  • 45 grams water
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Recipe's preparation

    Cake base
  1. Preheat oven to 160 degrees celsius. Grease a 20 cm cake tin and line with baking paper.


     


    Place 70g of coconut plus 200g of blanched almonds into TM bowl. Blitz for 10 secs on Speed 9. Set aside.


     

  2. Add 200g raw sugar and the majority of the lime zest into the TM bowl. Process for 20 seconds on Speed 9.


     

  3. Add 6 eggs and process for 30 seconds on Speed 5.


     

  4. Add coconut, almonds, baking powder and pinch of salt. Process for 5 seconds on Speed 5.


     

  5. Pour into a 20cm lined cake tin.


    Place in the oven for approximately 55 minutes.


     


    It will be cooked when the skewer comes out clean.  It is highly recommended to use baking paper as this cake can be hard to get out of the tin.


     

  6. Glaze
  7. Add the remaining 3 strips of lime zest and coconut sugar into a clean, dry TM bowl. Blitz for 20 seconds on Speed 9.


     

  8. Add the 45g of water to the TM bowl. Cook on 100 degrees for 2 minutes on Speed 4.


    Pour the glaze over the finished cake whilst it is still warm.

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  • I imagine you add the lime

    Submitted by EmmyTerry on 29. November 2015 - 19:07.

    I imagine you add the lime juice at step 4?????

     

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  • I made this today and it

    Submitted by glentan on 21. August 2014 - 12:19.

    I made this today and it turned out beautifully.....just  a note that the recipe doesn't say when to add the lime juice; I added it with the eggs and it seemed to be fine. IAlso the blitzing of the sugar and lime zest didnt take long, only about 10 seconds, after that it was becoming quite moist......maybe because I reduced the sugar to 150 grams and used coconut sugar, we are not really sweet tooths but it was plenty sweet enough for us. A lovely way to use limes from our tree, it will become a standard....many thanks to Mixinit!...glentan

    glen

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