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Gluten Free Orange and Almond Cake


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Ingredients

12 portion(s)

Orange and Almond cake

  • 2 oranges, whole skin on
  • 4 Eggs, Large
  • 250 grams whole almonds, milled in TM
  • 250 grams caster sugar
  • 1 teaspoon GF baking powder, sieved
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Recipe's preparation

    orange and almond cake
  1. Place the 2 oranges into basket and fill jug with water up to one and a half litre mark.

    Cook for 45 mins at Varoma temperature speed 3 until oranges feel soft when tested with a skewar

    Then discard water and place oranges in TM bowl and blend into pulp for 9 secs at speed 9.

    Set aside and allow to cool. This is important.

    Place 4 whole eggs with sugar into bowl. Insert butterfly and whick at speed 4 for 2 minutes at least until the mixture looks like lightly beaten cream.

    Leave butterfly in place and add ground almonds and orange mixture and baking powder into TM bowl. Mix at speed 4 for 10 secs

    Place into a greased and lined 22 cm round cake tin and bake at 190 to 200 degrees centigrade for approx 1 hr. Or you can make 12 muffins baked for approx 20 mins. Test for readiness with a skewer.

     

     

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Tip

Either bake as a round or square cake or as 12 muffins. Don't open oven door too soon as mixture may sink. Be sure to test for readiness with a skewer.


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  • Rowe_em: possibly the amount of sugar and height...

    Submitted by Sue Barford on 21. January 2019 - 15:26.

    Rowe_em: possibly the amount of sugar and height in oven if you aren’t using fan forced

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  • Fantastic cake , will be a firm favourite ....

    Submitted by Sue Barford on 21. January 2019 - 15:24.

    Fantastic cake , will be a firm favourite . Definitely happy with sugar reduced to 150g and made great small muffin size cakes

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  • A great cake. The picture doesn’t do it justice!

    Submitted by Ablebaker on 29. November 2017 - 17:12.

    A great cake. The picture doesn’t do it justice!

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  • Help! Mine completely

    Submitted by Rowe_em on 11. November 2016 - 13:05.

    Help! Mine completely burnt... is this meant to happen? 

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  • I love this recipe and make

    Submitted by Modpsych on 21. August 2016 - 17:32.

    I love this recipe and make it several times. Unfortunately its not suitable for school lunch boxes but great for afternoon tea.

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  • A great idea svuks. I picked

    Submitted by Weebindi on 16. July 2016 - 10:40.

    A great idea svuks. I picked a heap of Valencia's of Mum's tree last weekend and we don't eat much marmalade and so this is a great idea to be able to keep some.

    I boiled 8 on the stove for 45 mins. Drained them and weighed them into Thermie. I then divided this mix by 4 and bagged up 3 lots for the freezer.

    Pureed oranges ready for freezer Pureed oranges ready for freezer

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  • Made this to take to. Trivia

    Submitted by JudyD on 4. May 2014 - 09:20.

    Made this to take to. Trivia night last night. Delicious. Thanks!

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  • Hello DELICIOUS, and so easy.

    Submitted by svuks on 14. November 2013 - 13:15.

    Hello

    DELICIOUS, and so easy.  I boil up 8 oranges at a time, puree and freeze (2 oranges at a time) in zip lock bags.  That way cake becomes super quick. 

    I also reduced sugar to 150gm and it suits me just fine.  Also sprinkle some almond flakes on top.

    Thank you for sharing a great recipe

     

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  • Hi Cheryl.  I'm making your

    Submitted by Ros Teirney on 4. August 2013 - 08:31.

    Hi Cheryl.  I'm making your GF Orange Cake this morning.  No almonds in cupboard so I'm trying it with pecans.  I have great expectations.  Thank you for the recipe.  Ros

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  • Love this cake, I make it

    Submitted by Lynne Smith on 18. February 2013 - 14:28.

    Love this cake, I make it often and always reduce the sugar to about 180gm.

    It's great with pure fresh cream for a beautiful desert!  Cooking 7

     

    Lynne M Smith

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  • I love love love this cake.

    Submitted by season on 24. December 2012 - 21:19.

    I love love love this cake. Its so simple and easy. We bought some green oranges, (the result of buying in a bag). I increase the sugar to 330G instead of 250G


    Love

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