Butter Cake with Fruits

Butter Cake Fae's Twist & Tango

Butter Cake with Fruits

  • Servings: 8
  • Time: 1½ ~ 2 Hrs
  • Difficulty: Moderate
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Recipe by:   Fae’s Twist & Tango   (fae-magazine.com)

Butter Cake Fae's Twist & Tango

INGREDIENTS

•   3 large eggs
•   150g / 5.3 oz / ¾ cup  sugar
•   0~3 Tbsp  milk (optional, for moister, if needed)
•   225g / 8 oz/ 1¾  cups all-purpose-unbleached-flour, sifted twice
•   8g /.3 oz / 1½  tsp  baking powder
•   150g / 5.3 oz / 10.5 Tbsp  butter, melted, cooled
•   200~300g / 7~10.5 oz fruits i.e. diced apples; blueberries; diced pineapple, etc., or mixed

INGREDIENTS

◊  Preheat oven to 175ºC / 350ºF

◊  With a non-stick spray, spray a 9″ baking pan and line with parchment paper, cut to size.

◊  Using electric beater, beat eggs on high and gradually add sugar and continue until creamy. Add milk and stop beating.

◊  With a silicone spatula, gently fold in sifted flour in 4 increments, occasionally scraping down the side of the bowl. Add butter and fold in 3 increments.

◊  Add fruit(s) and fold. Pour into lined baking pan and spread batter evenly to the edges.

◊  Bake for 40 minutes or until the inserted bamboo skewer comes out clean.

◊  Let it cool in the pan for a minute. Invert onto a plate (remove parchment paper) and immediately invert onto the cooling rack. When completely cooled, place it on a serving platter and serve.

~  Bon Appétit!  ~

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Thankful for the memories of 2013 and
looking forward to new adventures in 2014,
I wish you a  healthy,  happy,  and  adventurous  new year!
Happy Holidays and All The Best for 2014!

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So, what’s cooking in your kitchen?

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72 thoughts on “Butter Cake with Fruits

  1. I already love the sound of this recipe! Butter cake? Yes please! :) I hope you and your family had a lovely holiday Fae. I wish 2014 brings you prosperity, good health and good food! Sorry for not coming around lately. Blogging has taken a lot of time, not to mention being away for a total of three week the last two months. Happy New Year my friend. Cheers!

  2. What yummy and moist looking cake, Fae! Those plates are gorgeous!
    I hope you are having a fabulous holiday season and I wish you and your family a very happy and successful New Year!
    Love,
    Francesca Xx

  3. Happy Holidays Fae! Your cake looks moist, tasty and so inviting. I also love the inclusion in your photo of tea in the background. What kind is it? I love when tea is served in glass cups. Exotically lovely. Best wishes to you and your family in the new year. I look forward to reading all the new things you will share.

    • Dear Martine, Happy Holidays to you and yours, and Happy New Year 2014, with health, happiness and love! Thank you for the lovely comment. I’m sure you do know that we Iranians love our tea in glass with thin rims. I have a drawer in my kitchen with rows of varieties of teas, black, aromatic, even green teas. The one in the photo is blend of Sadaf (brand) teas. I am also looking forward to your exotic recipes in the new year. :D

  4. Love the idea of adding fruit, I imagine it’d be like extra little bursts of moist flavour whilst eating it. Buttercake has always been one of my simple favourites but for some reason I rarely make it! I might have to change that. Thanks Fae xx

  5. This looks so delicious! It’s like a pound cake, only with texture! Lovely. Have very happy holidays, Fae. Looking forward to reading you into the new year!

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