Jewish Honey Cake (Parve)

"Posted for Zaar World Tour-Jewish. This recipe was found on a Jewish recipe website. Parve is a Jewish term for all foods that don't fit into the meat or dairy catagories. These foods may be consumed freely with either meat or dairy."
 
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  • Preheat oven to 350ºF. Spray two 9" x 5" loaf pans with non-stick cooking spray. Line the bottoms with brown paper.
  • In a large bowl, beat eggs. Add sugar, honey, oil and vanilla; mix well.
  • In a medium bowl, sift together, flour, baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and cloves. Add the sifted, dry ingredients to the egg mixture. Add coffee, apple and raisins. Mix well.
  • Divide batter evenly between loaf pans. Bake in a 350ºF for 1 hour, or until a wooden pick inserted into cake comes out clean.
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  1. Chef Dudo
    We liked it but it was not the honey cake I had expected. It was easy to make and I made it exactly as stated. None of the flavors really came out in the taste, unfortunately rather bland. I checked on the cakes after 40 minutes and they seemed done. But-to take off 20 minutes of the stated baking time seemed a little too much. So-I let them stand in the oven another five minutes. By then the edges were a little burned. When the cakes had cooled off I sliced one and found that the inside was still a little "gooey", seemed a bit undercooked. But if I had let them stand longer in the oven the outside would have burned too much. Maybe it needed a lower oven temperature. Or maybe I should have put baking paper over the cakes and let them stand for the full hour. I will try this again and see if it turns out different. Anyway, I am glad I tried this and as I said in the beginning, we liked the cakes, thus three stars. Thanks for posting.
     
  2. Bayhill
    Posted for Zaar World Tour-Jewish. This recipe was found on a Jewish recipe website. Parve is a Jewish term for all foods that don't fit into the meat or dairy catagories. These foods may be consumed freely with either meat or dairy.
     
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