Friday, October 14, 2011
So, Clementine Cake. An interesting recipe which is surpirisingly good. Normally when I use a recipe that I am unsure of I end up regretting it when it comes out of the oven. Examples of this are such as when I made buttermilk pudding cake, and the pudding seemed like curdled sludge. It seemed like a good recipe in theory, but I was worried it would be curdled from the beginning. I should have gone with my first impression.
Anyways, I found this recipe on the Smitten Kitchen blog website and was struck from the beginning with its strangeness and also with its ease. Despite having only five ingredients the eggs, of which there are six, do not have to be whipped at all, the almonds need to merely be processed, and everything can be done in one bowl. Actually, I think everything could be thrown into the food processes after the almonds are done alone and it would be fine.