Try these delightful Orange Bundt Cake. This buttery, dense bundt cake with the refreshing citrus flavour of oranges will be a favourite among dessert lovers. The glaze not only enhances the flavour but also adds a beautiful glossy sheen to the cake! It's perfect for Raya or simply as a sweet treat to enjoy with a cup of tea or coffee. Click here for full recipe.

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Orange Bundt Cake

This buttery, dense bundt cake with the refreshing citrus flavour of oranges will be a favourite among dessert lovers. The glaze not only enhances the flavour but also adds a beautiful glossy sheen to the cake! It's perfect for Raya or simply as a sweet treat to enjoy with a cup of tea or coffee.

1 hr 45 mins

12 persons

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Instructions

Cake

  • Using a mixer with a whisk attachment, add the Emborg Cook & Bake and sugar and whisk together on medium speed until pale in colour.

  • Add to the mixing bowl the Sunquick Orange, water, eggs, vanilla extract, almond extract and salt. Mix until well combined.

  • Sift in the all-purpose flour, baking powder and baking soda. Stir the ingredients together until combined. A few lumps are fine; do not overmix.

  • Spray a non-stick bundt pan with a fine layer of baker's spray (oil and flour). Pour in the batter then bake at 180°C for 45 minutes.

Syrup

  • Add all of the syrup ingredients into a small saucepan and bring to a simmer over a medium heat while stirring.

Glaze

  • Using a mixer with a whisk attachment, add all of the glaze ingredients to the bowl and mix on medium speed until well combined and smooth.

  • Once the cake is done baking, remove it from the oven and poke all over the top of the cake with a cake tester. While it is still warm, drizzle your prepared syrup all over the top so that the moisture soaks into the cake.

  • After 1 hour, carefully remove the cake from the pan and place it upside down on a cooling rack.

  • Place a tray or baking paper under the cooling rack to catch any drips, then pour your glaze all over the top of the cake. Use the excess glaze that collects in the tray/baking paper to fill in any missing spots.

  • Once the glaze has set, the cake is ready to eat!

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emborg
1 hr 45 mins
12 persons

Orange Bundt Cake

This buttery, dense bundt cake with the refreshing citrus flavour of oranges will be a favourite among dessert lovers. The glaze not only enhances the flavour but also adds a beautiful glossy sheen to the cake! It's perfect for Raya or simply as a sweet treat to enjoy with a cup of tea or coffee.



12 persons

Ingredients

Add to shopping list

Instructions

Cake

  • 1. Using a mixer with a whisk attachment, add the Emborg Cook & Bake and sugar and whisk together on medium speed until pale in colour.

  • 2. Add to the mixing bowl the Sunquick Orange, water, eggs, vanilla extract, almond extract and salt. Mix until well combined.

  • 3. Sift in the all-purpose flour, baking powder and baking soda. Stir the ingredients together until combined. A few lumps are fine; do not overmix.

  • 4. Spray a non-stick bundt pan with a fine layer of baker's spray (oil and flour). Pour in the batter then bake at 180°C for 45 minutes.

Syrup

  • 1. Add all of the syrup ingredients into a small saucepan and bring to a simmer over a medium heat while stirring.

Glaze

  • 1. Using a mixer with a whisk attachment, add all of the glaze ingredients to the bowl and mix on medium speed until well combined and smooth.

  • 2. Once the cake is done baking, remove it from the oven and poke all over the top of the cake with a cake tester. While it is still warm, drizzle your prepared syrup all over the top so that the moisture soaks into the cake.

  • 3. After 1 hour, carefully remove the cake from the pan and place it upside down on a cooling rack.

  • 4. Place a tray or baking paper under the cooling rack to catch any drips, then pour your glaze all over the top of the cake. Use the excess glaze that collects in the tray/baking paper to fill in any missing spots.

  • 5. Once the glaze has set, the cake is ready to eat!