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5 Stars, perfect apricot-date-walnut orange taste with an invisible but delicious glaze, this was dense, so DH stopped at 1 1/2 slices. With my new Nordicware 30th anniversary heavy aluminum Bundt pan and Kittencal's Pan Release, Professional Pan Coating (Better Than Pam Spray!) #78579, I obtained a picture-perfect Bundt cake that released like a dream. Yes, the Bundt-cake-challenged chef hit a home run! Thanks for sharing, Sydney Mike! Made for September 2008 Veg*n swap.
This is a definately dense cake, I made exactly as written with no changes, I do think it could have used a 1/2 teaspoon more baking soda but I am giving it 5 stars to taste, this cake only gets better with time! thanks for sharing Syd!...Kitten:)
Intense and dense, this cake is intense and dense! Lots of fruit, so the cake is very moist. I made this in a silicon cake mold, and I'm glad I did because I don't know if it would have come out of the bundt pan no matter how much a greased it, but with the silicon it popped right out! This was a good cake to have for a mid-morning break with a strong cup of coffee. I think, though, that it's missing some nuts, it would be the absolutely perfect cake if it had some coarsely ground almonds or pecans in it.
Delicious and fruity! Made as directed. Thanks, Sydney Mike! Made for Aussie New Zealand recipe swap #28.