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Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Lemon Butter Cake.


This cake is so delicious, that it deserves two pictures. And if you make it, I am sure you will not stop at one slice only. I didn't.

Lemon butter cake has got to be the easiest and quickest cake to make. From heating the oven to tasting was exactly 40 minutes. So ideal to make when you have guests coming and want a quick cake.

You will need....




250g BUTTER.

250g SOFT BROWN SUGAR.

250g S.R.FLOUR (sifted)

3 EGGS (beaten)

1 LEMON.


Method....


Melt butter in microwave on 50% power.

Stir in sugar, then the flour, add the eggs
and the zest from the lemon. (Keep the juice from lemon for later)
Pour into a shallow tin which you have greased or lined with parchment paper. And bake in oven at 180c for approx 20 - 30 minutes.
Mix juice from lemon with enough caster sugar to form a paste, and spread on cake while still hot from oven.

As I have only two slices left of this delicious cake, I shall be making it again at the weekend. I wonder what it would be like with orange, instead of lemon. Hmmmmm.


13 comments:

Rhyleysgranny said...

Oh that looks delicious. Really moist. I need to try this.
xxx

Rosie said...

This looks delicious Sally and I adore lemon in cakes -would stopat one slice, not on your nelly *giigle* I'd be going for another slice too :)

Rosie x

Victoria Sponge said...

This is my sort of cake Sal, looks so delicious and moist! GORGEOUS!!!! xxx

Coby said...

Ohoh OHHH please do try the orange version Hottie:) While I am usually a lemon/lime girl, there is something from my childhood that has me hooked on orangey flavours in cakes:) Hmm, maybe I should do my own orange version?:) Do you think it keeps well or is best on the day it's made please?

Sally said...

Coby, I tried it while it was still a little warm from the oven, BEST YUMMMMMY ever, then I tried it again some hours later, still very YUMMMMY. Next day there was only 2 slices left, yes it was still very yummmy. Sadly, I can't say anymore, as there's none left. However, tis weekend, I am making it again, one orange, and one lemon and lime, thanks to you. LOL.:)

Anonymous said...

I am popping to get the recipe now! Five mins and it will be in the oven. Can't wait!

Anonymous said...

PS that anon comment was me - BUNTY!

Maria said...

Sally these Lemon Butter cake bars look so moist and delish!

Maria
x

orchidwoods said...

Dear Sally:

Could we put the lemon juice and caster sugar when we stir in the sugar, flour, and add eggs and zest from lemon? My folks don't like frosting on cakes....

Sally said...

Hello Orchidwoods, thank you for visiting my little blog. To answer your question....
Yes you could put the lemon juice in the cake, but not the extra sugar. It would be far too sweet.
Please let me know how it goes for you. And if you found it as yummy as I.
Love Sally. xx

violets said...

Sal, this looks amazing, I need to make some.

Vi xx

Moira said...

Hi Sally,
This cake looks really delicious but that is a lot of butter!
I use a sponge topping for fruit with the same ingredients but the butter is only half, could this work out the same?

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