Moist Orange Cake   by Joy Watson

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Moist Orange Cake


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This is one of my personal favourite photos.
I like the way i have arranged the shot and the soft colours. Hope you do also. I love to bake.

This is another of my own recipes. I hope you will make and enjoy it.

125g butter, melted
grated rind from 1 orange (save a small amount for the icing)
3/4 cup (165g) castor sugar
1 1/2 cups (225g) s. r. flour (self Raising flour)
2 eggs
2/3 cup milk
1/3 cup orange juice

Place all ingredients into a bowl and with electric beater or food processer blend together until mixture turns pale.

Pour into a log tin or baba cake tin that is greased and floured.

Bake for 40 minutes at 350oF or 180oC.

Remove from over and turn on to a wire rack after 8-10 mins.

Orange Icing

25g butter, melted
1 1/4 cup icing sugar or icing mixture sifted
25ml orange juice
Pinch or so of orange rind
milk or cream can be used if you want the icing more moist.
Stir to combine.

To make Self Raising Flour.
Mix together 2 cups plain flour and
4 teaspoons of baking powder.



Recipes along with photos on 16 july, 2009
scavenger hunt group on the 21st September, 2009



  • artist4peace
    artist4peacealmost 6 years ago

    I wont be able to bake this for sure before sunday,u r hurting me…I need it now!

  • I hope your will give it a go.

    – Joy Watson

  • Vicki Ferrari
    Vicki Ferrarialmost 6 years ago

    Mmm…. this looks very delicious Joy!!! Yum!! :)

  • Wish i could give you some Vicki.

    – Joy Watson

  • Lori Peters
    Lori Petersalmost 6 years ago

    This looks soooooooooo good!! I am going to make this. I have to convert the grams to ozs. Great picture and recipe. Can’t wait to taste it. xoxo

  • Lori if you need help converting i will try to help.

    – Joy Watson

  • SharonD
    SharonDalmost 6 years ago

    Looks and sounds great Joy.

  • Hope you will give the recipe a go Sharon.

    – Joy Watson

  • Lori Peters
    Lori Petersalmost 6 years ago

    I know there are 452 grams in a pound. I think I can break it down but thanks. I love different kinds of breads. xo

  • Lori Peters
    Lori Petersalmost 6 years ago

    There is a recipe group, too. xo

  • Thanks my friend.

    – Joy Watson

  • Sharon House
    Sharon Housealmost 6 years ago

    This looks very delicious Joy. Thankyou for sharing.

  • Hope you will make it my friend.

    – Joy Watson

  • aaronschwartz
    aaronschwartzalmost 6 years ago

    What a gorgeous, delicious picture!

  • Thanks so much Aaron

    – Joy Watson

  • JuliaWright
    JuliaWrightalmost 6 years ago

    This looks delicious….great recipe!

  • Thanks Julia, hope you will try it.

    – Joy Watson

  • TFFDavid
    TFFDavidalmost 6 years ago

    Mmmmmmmmm, this looks lovely.

    Is it tea time yet? lol

  • thanks David glad you like the look of it.

    – Joy Watson

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