Coconut Bundt Cake With Powdered-Sugar Glaze

"Coconut milk gives this cake a velvety texture. Canned coconut milk is available in the Asian foods aisle at the market or at the Asian market."
 
Coconut Bundt Cake With Powdered-Sugar Glaze created by lilsweetie
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1hr 30mins
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directions

  • Preheat oven to 350°F.
  • Butter and flour a 12 cup bundt pan.
  • Sift flour and salt together.
  • Beat butter and sugar in a large bowl until fluffy.
  • Add extracts and the eggs one at a time until well mixed.
  • Mix flour mixture into the batter alternatively with one cup of the coconut milk.
  • Fold in two cups of flaked coconut.
  • Transfer batter to the prepared bundt pan and bake until top is golden brown (about 1 hour and ten minutes).
  • Cool in cake pan for about five minutes then invert onto cooling rack.
  • Whisk powdered sugar and remaining 1/4 cup of coconut milk.
  • Spoon glaze over cake and sprinkle with additional coconut.
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  1. das361
    Difference between cake flour and AP flour?
     
  2. Disque
    This recipe has no leavening. That's something I noticed after it was in the oven. The flavor is good, but the texture isn't really a cake. It's more like a combination of a cake and a baked, firm pudding. I'll probably cut it up and make a strawberry trifle with it.
     
  3. alicas510
    This was the first time I've made a coconut cake and I don't think I will ever look for another recipe. I made this for a party and people could not say enough good things about it. Almost everyone went back for seconds. Thank you for a wonderful recipe!
     
  4. jennifer jay
    The texture of this cake is what makes it! So soft and moist. My icing turned out a little sticky but still amazing overall! Thank you
     
  5. bjbuttillo
    My son loves this cake! I expected a much more pronounced coconut flavor with using both the extract and coconut milk. The texture reminds me very much of a pound cake but that could be due to having to substitute corn starch and all purpose flour for the cake flour since I didn't have any on hand. In any case I can't wait till the strawberries are looking better as this cake is just screaming for some fresh sliced berries and whipped cream. (13)
     
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