This is a terrific pound cake. The flavour of the lemon and the sour cream really compliment each other. It is easy and quick to make. It filled the house with a lovely lemon smell while it was cooking. We hopped into the cake as soon as we could. Oh my gosh, the taste is heaven. I was concerned about the amount of sugar in the recipe but I stuck to the recipe and sure was rewarded. This is a MUST TRY recipe. Thank you Bev. :-)
Very good cake. The texture is soft and moist. It rose very high but It was not as buttery as I would like and it was a bit on the sweet side. The next time I will reduce the sugar by 1/2 cup. UPDATE: I went back and changed from 4 to 5 stars because this cake tastes exceptional the next day and the day afterward. It got more mellow, the buttery flavor came out and the ingredients seem to meld together perfectly. Even after 3 days, the cake is still very moist and soft. Thank you for sharing the recipe.
I made this cake today and it was fabulous.The texture came out just right because I added a 1/4 tsp. soda to sour cream and stir before adding to batter mixture.I also used Bakewell baking powder due it allows cakes to rise better creating a lighter cake.It is an awesome baking powder you can find at William Sonoma stores.
I am not rating this, but just want to comment on the order the ingredients are added. All of the pound cakes I have made add the sour cream when creaming the butter, sugar and eggs. When I added it at the end of the recipe as stated, I apparently did not mix it enough, even though I used my Kitchenaid mixer. The cake rose up beautifully in the oven, but then totally collapsed after taking it out. When I cut into it, there were yellow streaks running through it and the only thing I could figure out was that the sour cream was not blended properly. Not only that, but it was as hard as a brick. I have never had this experience in all my years of baking. So just to be cautious, I would recommend adding the sour cream at the beginning so that it mixes properly. Wish I knew what really happened. I know it was my fault, Bev because your recipes are always right on. The worse part is that I had made it for company.
Wow this is really a good pound cake. I love lemon in anything and this is no exception. Made and brought to work with me this morning. One of my co-workers is allergic to yellow dye and has to be careful what she eats. She wasn't going to have any until I told her all it had was lemon, no yellow dye, so she had a slice and was just oohing and ahhing about how good it was. She wants the recipe of course. I was glad to hear it was so good (I hadn't tasted it yet) so I cut me off a slice. YUM YUM is all I can say. I'm sure I will make this again. Thanks!
Delicious, melt in your mouth flavour. Not a thing to change, terrific as is.
This is only the second thing I have made from the site but it turned out great. Everyone loved my cake they even put up Unlce's "famous pound cake" for mine. I didn't have lemon juice so I had to use the equivalent in extract and topped it with vanilla frosting.
This is a wonderful recipe, quick and easy to make with terrific results. It has an excellent flavor and beautiful crumb. I made this for my grandson's dedication it was enjoyed by all. My niece asked me to make it for Christmas as one of the desserts. Thanks for sharing. Made for What's on the Menu? Tag Game.
This is a really delicious pound cake. However, I used a 10-cup bundt pan instead of a tube pan and my first attempt turned out a little harder than I planned. I think maybe 90 minutes was a little too long for the pan or something, so next time I may try cooking it a little less. But otherwise, great flavor and my dad loved it! He is diabetic, so I replaced 2 cups of sugar with Splenda for baking and used just 1 cup of real sugar. It turned out great.
Great cake with a good, moist crumb. I did take the liberty of making a sugar/lemon glace for on top. Yum!