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« on: April 27, 2011 01:51:01 PM »

So, I have been buying bags of Trader Joe's organic navel oranges.  But inevitably, one of the oranges rots before I have a chance to eat it.  This has led me to make a bundt cake every time I buy a bag.  I have a yummy recipe for a citrus bundt cake.  Using a fresh navel orange or two, and a fresh lemon, I make this cake.  It's moist because it has a full stick of butter.  But it's also airy since beaten egg whites are folded into the batter.

It's very easy to make such a cake.  It's very basic--cream together sugar and butter; beat in egg yolks and zests; slowly mix in dry ingredients, alternating with orange and lemon juices; fold in egg whites; bake.  It's that easy.

It stays nice and moist because it's glazed when warm.  Half of the glaze, made of orange juice, honey, and sugar, is brushed on when the cake is warm.  The other half is drizzled on the cake after it has cooled. 

For the full recipe, see my website http://www.examiner.com/budget-meals-in-st-louis/desserts-citrus-bundt-cake


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« Reply #1 on: April 27, 2011 01:56:05 PM »

Oh my gosh, this looks so good.
I love citrus in anything and all that butter must make it heavenly.
Thanks for sharing the recipe.
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« Reply #2 on: April 27, 2011 02:10:44 PM »

That looks so yummy! I have the same issue when I buy a bag of navel oranges at Trader Joes...I may have to try this!

« Reply #3 on: May 02, 2011 04:07:54 PM »

Yes, it's so hard to eat the whole bag that fast!  Smiley

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