ciambella cake tin

| December 10, 2020

Literally eating a slice as I type. Written below is an 80% level of the cake, as I’d found the original too voluminous for some bundts. I didn’t have mascarpone, 2. This looks *amazing*. Perfect texture, perfect sweetness, hint of citrus without being overpowering. PS at 30 minutes it still looked raw. Thank you! Ciambella del Mattino (Morning Bundt Cake) and Authentic Italian Desserts Cookbook Review 23 August, 2019 by Tara 5 Comments Authentic Italian Desserts: 75 Traditional Favorites Made Easy , written by Rosemary Molloy, features a variety of delicious Italian desserts for every occasion. It works really well as well with the addition of finely grated lemon or orange rind. What if one were to use vanilla flavored yogurt and reduced or eliminated the vanilla in the recipe? Glad I did! See more ideas about food, desserts, recipes. Decreased salt a bit, added a bit more orange rind as my lemon rind wasn’t in the best shape. My tweaks were: 1) used 1/3 cup of baking splenda to replace 1/3 cup normal sugar (couldn’t detect fake sugar taste at that level) 2) used zest from an entire orange 3) used gold’s syrup in glaze 4) used a mix of macadamia nut oil, walnut oil, avocado oil, and peanut oil- cake is delicious and cabinet is more spacious. I made this for my co-workers and the cake was fully eaten in less than a day. It should make a great crust! Would make again definitely! Although I did put only 1tsp of salt. Thanks for including weight-measures. I’m in the UK and corn syrup isn’t so easy to find. I’ve been tripped up by this before :). Nov 3, 2013 - Explore Ellen Elizabeth's board "Ciambella" on Pinterest. I made this yesterday, and subbed in sour cream I had in the fridge, instead of the mascarpone, and 2x lemon zest as I had no oranges. Ciambella Romagnola / Italian Cake This simple cake … This abrasion helps release the most flavor from it. Can I substitute canola oil for vegetable oil? to Lola M: yes you flip the cake out and then glaze the top. Any thoughts/input/advice on how or whether to turn this into cupcakes? 1 possibility occurs to me: maybe you didnt mix it thoroughly enough. The finished cake was almost 2 inches tall. It smells SO good. If you pan only holds 4 cups, I’d just use half this recipe. Sounds maybe more moist/less dry–a good thing. I’d be more tempted to put it in two loaves. Sounds like a lot to me too. Don’t tell me he’s in 4th grade, then I’ll know that I am so old…. How did you know I was nostalgic for our Italy trip two years ago? Thanks for sharing this recipe. The crust!!! Eleven years ago: Dilled Potato and Pickled Cucumber Salad, And for the other side of the world: I’m Italian and our housekeeper used to make it for us in the afternoon in special occasion. I made this last night for a dinner and it was fabulous! Right below that are icons for saving to Pinterest, emailing or printing. Has anyone added blackberries or blueberries? You made me think of my childhood. I was thrilled to meet you! I made this cake with the listed amount of fine sea salt. And another redesign is in the works. To bake. Is it possible to be grateful for a cake recipe?! I was a little skeptical because of all the oil and sugar but it is going to be a go to from now on. Next time, I might add some almond extract. in the centre of an oven preheated to 180°C. Six years ago: Triple Berry Buttermilk Bundt I like the earthiness from the flax too. I froze it to save it for my sister and it was wonderful. the glaze is delicious and it had a good texture though. I’ll be making this forever. 1 cup plus 1 tablespoon vegetable oil A ciambellone is a simple, sunny Italian tea cake with lemon zest and a rich crumb typically baked in a tube pan, which gives it a torus shape, i.e. I’m less certain about sea salt. your comments good be mine, word for word. It’s in the oven, but the batter tasted amazing! I was alarmed when I actually saw the oil in the bowl and then measuring out all that salt – but my cake tastes wonderful so those were obviously the right amounts. Ina’s or Ciambollene? Edinburgh. To continue – the we sliced this beautiful cake – it was hollow inside, all around the inside. If not — I‘ll cut myself some perfectionist slack and serve it anyway! I only had about a half cup of yogurt and used sour cream for the rest and it cam out perfectly. I make my carrot cake that way and it is an oil based cake…but I know that some cakes are baked in a tube or bundt pan so that the middle will bake at the same time as the sides. I can only imagine how incredible this is following the recipe to the letter. Not too sweet (which is what I’d feared) and the glaze still tasted of lemon, not maple. The first time I was handing the ingredients to him. I also used 2 tsp of kosher salt instead of table or sea salt. Do you don’t flip the cake over when you remove it? I had a few pieces of marscapone that had little chunks that I didn’t see until I add the flour so I recommend mixing that part a little more. Or would this effect its release from the pan while hot? Also, also, it totally smells like a doughnut to me but doesn’t have the guilty taste to it, especially with raspberry sorbet and/or lemon curd so yes, perfect. I think raspberries or blueberries in the batter would be a nice addition. I used a 12 cup bundt pan and added about 3 minutes to the cook time but that could most likely but due to our old gas oven not being quite to temp. I made this cake this weekend with the listed amount of table salt – it was a bit saltier than I’d have liked both as the batter and the finished cake (and I LOVE salt). However, in the UK corn syrup isn’t really a thing, and I don’t think golden syrup would be a good substitute, would it. Will have to try with this one! I make it whenever I can find mascarpone cheese on our remote little island. I need to make two and will use bundt pans since I have two of them. I would love to see a tinker for this recipe that replaces the mascarpone with a more common-place ingredient. LOL, you guys and salt comments…..in Italy, they make this “plain”, and a heavily salted version! It looked so beautiful when I took it out of the oven and even out of the pan. i am lactose intolerant. and used zest from one whole orange instead of half because why not. It’s exactly right and the resulting cake is not salty at all. Love this cake! The crust is real and definitely reminded me of a donut! 2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour Wondering if I should have greased and floured the dark pan instead of coating with sugar. Mine did stick in the bundt pan even though I greased and sugared well (at least I THOUGHT I did), but the glaze stuck the top bits right back on. I baked this yesterday in my VERY hot kitchen (no AC) and it was so worth it. Take 1 – under baked…. It works just fine for me at Denver’s altitude! 1. You might have time to try it both ways before the holiday — let us know your favorite. Because of what I had on hand, I subbed ricotta for mascarpone and used Greek yogurt with a Tablespoon of milk. Deb, I made this last night for my mom, who is at home recovering from a double mastectomy. If the cake is too dark on the outside (although keep in mind, this cake gets dark, as shown and mentioned, but still tastes amazing) before it’s baked through, a lower temperature and longer bake could help. When I turned the cake out of the pan a bunch of batter ran out of it. Turned out fantastic. I made this an almond poppyseed cake by swapping the mascarpone for almond paste, replacing the zest with 2 tbsp poppyseeds and using 2 tsp almond extract instead of vanilla, with 1/2 tsp almond extract and 2 tbsp milk in the glaze instead of the lemon juice. Table salt can be a tiny bit heavier than fine sea salt, but not enough to throw a whole cake or make it inedible…. If you’re unsure about your pan, measure how much it holds in cups of water. Ciambella Italian Lemon Sponge Cake is a traditional Italian ring shaped cake. Thank you, Deb x. Karen, I’m from Italy and substituted the corn syrup with agave syrup the first time I made this, and with plain glucose the second time. The first time, I made it in a bundt pan; the second in two 8″ x 4.5″ loaf pans. I kept it in the oven for 34 minutes as the tester was clean and the crust was brown. Not overly citrussy but definitely could taste it! I might try greasing/flouring next time instead of sugaring, and reducing the oven temp to 350. I halved this for one loaf pan and kept the same levels of citrus zest. This is a really lovely cake and the crunchy crust and moist crumb is the best part. JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. I was wondering whether this cake would still work if I threw in some blueberries. I just Have to reiterate: THIS IS A PERFECT CAKE. By the measurements, it appears that you might be able to make this into a 9″x13″ sheet cake. Even better, could I substitute sour cream? I think it tastes even better on day 2. I purchased the what I thought was the same one you linked to in your post and the sticker on my pan says it is a 9.75 inch size but it holds only 4 cups of liquid so I’m thinking that somehow I ended up with the wrong one? Brilliant idea! I followed the recipe exactly, using a 12 cup bundt cake pan and it came out fantastic. It’s been 2 years! Thanks Deb! Unmolding after 5 minutes was a disaster (middle sides of cake stuck to the form), and being the perfectionist that I am, I still glazed it, but discarded the saved recipe. I finally took it out and in some places, it is still a bit wet but if I let this cake go anymore it will be in bad form. Ask your library to do it! So great. Made this yesterday and served today. My go-to lemon cake has cream cheese & butter from a late ’30’s north TX women’s group that taught indigent women, which was most of the area after the stock market crashed, how to cook on a tight budget. My question is : how much of the batter am I placing inside the tube pan ? Lastly I added 1T of limoncello. and also-the obvious- you need to bake it longer, now that you know the time you baked it wasn’t enough-add another 10 minutes and poke the cake in several places and make sure you aren’t just testing it at the edges. It makes a very tender cake. This recipe is also very forgiving of substitions. As someone with a serious sweet tooth, one thing I love about Italian breakfasts is how they tend to be focused around pastries and sweets. I don’t have mascarpone, can I use the equivalent amount of cream cheese instead? I used sunflower oil on my bundt pan and did not have sticking problems. I too have been dying for an olive oil cake! Wow – seems like a lot of salt for a cake – why so much? This is one of the best yet! Pour the batter into the prepared pan and bake for approximately 50 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out without and crumbs. I also cheated shamelessly because I wanted cake now, and I like more lemon, and who keeps mascarpone laying around, really? Would there be enough batter to split it between two pans? I think I’m going to try it! I love the texture and richness from the mascarpone & yogurt. And – for my niece who can’t have dairy, I recently made it using oat milk yogurt (or probiotic oat milk) and it worked perfectly and was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone at our Christmas in July (in August) gathering. Other than halving the salt, I made this in a bundt pan, as written. I’ve been eyeing it since Deb posted it a few weeks ago and bought myself the Gobel tube pan over the holidays. Your email address will not be published. Thanks :). The crumb was rich and moist and the lemon glaze was zingy and superb! I do find it takes longer to bake, nearly 60 minutes in my convection oven at 375F in a tube pan. I don’t know, either, but I trust you’ll do the right thing. I too wish for a wee bit more lemon flavour in the cake itself. I love that such a one-bowl uncomplicated recipe can yield a cake like this. Hopefully this helps if you decide to give it another go! Both great in different ways. It was great. Thanks to Jessica Weiss for a fantastic recipe and Deb for sharing it!! I made this today, olive oil instead of neutral, no orange zest so I used extra lemon. HI- Question regarding the tube pan you used. Thanks. Three years ago: Herbed Summer Squash Pasta Bake and Chocolate Chunk Granola Bars I will be making this tomorrow morning for mid morning tea. It’s wonderful. For the glaze I used maple syrup. Her favorite part of anything is always the crust, and this was no different. Not too sweet, not too salty, I didn’t even miss the butter — it was perfect! But the measures are a bit different. Hi Deb, I love lemons, love everything Italian & I’m a new yorker! I love Ina’s lemon cake, and there’s a vegan (wacky) lemon cake that also has its place, but I think I love this one more. I used 1 1/4 vegetable oil = 2 tbsp, maybe olive would be better. If you only have Greek yogurt (like me), simply replace the last tablespoon of yogurt with water. I got 18 regular-sized muffins out of one recipe (the abridged amount). Thanks in advance! Not sure I can get the good stuff during quarantine. Managed to impress my mom and aunt who are master bakers- having baked for decades. I’m wondering if per the instructions you gave the batter-filled pan a couple of good bangs on the counter before putting the pan into the oven. Zest of about 2/3 lemon 3. 99.5% aluminium. Ooh how did it taste with the part almond extract? I might just look up the pan conversion and go for it, but I thought I’d ask if you have any opinions on whether it’d be a good idea or not. It’s got so much functionality that wasn’t there before (that I wasn’t willing to admit until now). (Reposting!) 1 1/4 cups plus 2 tbsp oil – is the 2 tbsp for something else or does it all go into the cake batter? Gotcha! I don’t think so. I used a balloon whisk and then a rubber spatula to mix it. I have an oven thermometer, so I know that my temperature was accurate, not sure how to get the results everyone is posting about. Mind-blowingly delicious and I made some substitutions to use up what I had on hand. On medium speed, mix in 1/2 of the milk and the vanilla followed by another 1/2 cup of the flour mixture until combined (about 1 minutscraping down the sides of the bowl as needed. 1 3/4 teaspoons baking powder Corn syrup provides a shine that I’m not sure the others will. Get the easy #recipe in the profile link! Trying to save a little money if I can ;) My bundt pans are decorative on the bottom so I’m not sure this would work. Try non-dairy yogurt for both, unless you might want to try some non-dairy cream cheese. It really shouldn’t come through. I’m going to borrow a special bundt pan for it. We are so happy to announce that we are now taking your orders for special items. Would definitely make it again. What’s not to love? Or for versatility, have a rectangular cake tin for baked desserts and casseroles. I have found your comparison descriptions so helpful in the past when I’m trying to decide between two recipes (I’m especially thinking of the comparison in the post for the giant chocolate cake you made your father-in-law). Despite all of this it’s still yummy just not aesthetically pleasing to one’s eyes. Um, don’t do that. I made it as written. I used mostly olive oil (was running out of sunflower oil) and did not have a saltiness problem. I know some might consider it a typo, but glaze makes me glad, so….. For the ring, that’s the logical thing to do — also extra doughnut-y. I especially appreciate the metric weight measures. If so how much ground almond do you use in place of flour? Rave reviews. Keeping my fingers crossed! My family cannot stop eating it! Subbed sour cream for the yogurt and took a pass on the glaze because I was making it for husband’s work lunches and he prefers ‘basic’ desserts. I glazed it and looks great also, My question is how do i store it for tomorrow without making it soggy & sticky as usually happens when i try to store muffins etc…??? 2.5 Years Ago: Eggnog Waffles I’m not much of a plain yogurt fan and I find it difficult to find in a small quantity. Deb, is there a substitute for the mascarpone? This doesn’t *quite* have the crust I imagined from Deb’s description. I made it in a 9″ x 13″ rectangular pan (as I couldn’t find my Bundt pan anywhere). Transfer the cake mixture to the prepared, greased tin. I made it by the recipe, but did add a bit of very finely grated zest to the glaze with good results. STEP 3 Let the cake cool before removing from the mould. Thanks! I too love Ina’s Lemon Cake. Glaze gives it just the right amount of lemon flavor. http://www.geniuskitchen.com/recipe/mascarpone-cheese-substitute-66077#activity-feed. So, I ate the cooked pieces & the rest went in the garbage… . I heat my oven with convection and switch the fan off when the temperature is reached. The texture of this cake was perfect—moist without being to dense with a great crumb. 4. If you want to dress it up a little, some fresh berries and a little whipped cream will go nicely. Try covering them very loosely with foil or keeping the container lid cracked open. Glazed them in the pans, and just left them in there. And the baking powder was brand-new. So rustically beautiful, just like in the picture. I made this exactly as indicated. I’m a household hero now. Preheat the oven to 375°F and soak 3 handfuls of raisins in hot water for 10 minutes. How would you recommend adjusting the baking time? I did not do the glaze this time, because of the peach sauce, but will do it next time. cheers from Ruth. One of the best desserts I’ve ever made or eaten! Sometimes I’ve used both orange and lemon juice in the glaze and that is delicious. This looks so good! There is a print icon that leads to a print template at the bottom of each recipe, where it says “DO MORE:” You can also click CTRL + P from any recipe post and it will take you to a streamlined print template. Best cake EVER! Fingers crossed! Spray the inside of a 9 or 10 inch bundt pan with nonstick cooking spray and set aside. Fine sea salt and table salt have consistent weights, and thus saltiness, per spoonful. It was perfect. I needed a 60% of the original recipe to fill it without overflowing it. I used coconut oil and a bit of olive oil, halved the sugar (yep, only used 200g), and 2 scant tsps of Morton’s table salt. question: can I freeze this (bundt or loaves) and if so, with or without the glaze? I kept the zest at its full amount, as other commenters suggested, and had to sub some sour cream for the yogurt. Subbed cream cheese and Greek yogurt as I’m making this during Covid quarantine time. One was heaven and one was too salty, similar to the descriptions above. The crumb is fantastic but the glaze takes it on to another level… by any means do not skip it! This cake is phenomenal. used greek yogurt so added 1 T of meyer lemon juice instead of the water. I’ve been wanting to make an olive oil cake, but now this looks perfect, so I’m going to try swapping it with some (!!!) If using Morton’s Id say 1.5 teaspoons of table salt should be about right. I think it’s important that the mascarpone be soft before adding to the recipe…. Worked it out from the milliliter conversion! Next time I will double the lemon zest and probably replace half of the glaze by lemon syrup – the cake‘s consistency is very nice, but I want it a bit more lemony. I only had about 300g of white sugar so I had to make up the difference with light brown and I think it was a very wonderful “mistake”. How did you know I needed cake for breakfast, immediately? Mix in the … Eating it tomorrow – still think it will be delicious but I worry about the texture. I could get non-dairy yogurt, would that work? Thank you for a lovely recipe! Soaking the raisins in an important step, by the way. Nothing that a little glaze couldn’t fix. I’ll be using my granny’s super heavy Bundt. Hello! The cake was perfect! I’m in heaven and my husband is too. I substituted the mascarpone for ricotta because 1. I made Ciambella this morning, deliziosa ! I also flipped the quantity needed for the marscapone and yogurt. What am I doing wrong? I’ve had problems in the past with some cakes forming a big hollow air pocket in the center, and the pre-oven whacks seem to settle the batter evenly. Sounds enticing! Drop batter in large scoopfuls equally around your cake mold, then smooth, and drop on counter a few times to ensure there are no trapped air bubbles. Honestly, the longer the cake sat the better it tasted, so delicious. It’s lovely. Carefully invert the cake onto a wire rack and cool completely. Would it be possible to bake this in muffin form? Also made the ranks as my dad’s new favourite cake. I baked it in a bundt pan and it baked off perfectly! The Nutella sinks to the bottom of the cake during cooking and gives you delicious mouthfuls of chocolate cake with melted chocolate centres. Is there a substitution for marscapone cheese? Makes a smaller cake in a ciambella pan! It should work but I do like the textural contrast of a deeper pan. Eight years ago: Strawberry Ricotta Graham Tartlets, Crushed Peas with Smoky Sesame Dressing, and Chocolate Doughnut Holes Another winner! I did it and it worked great, though the cupcake liners were awfully sticky with glaze, which I didn’t think about when imagining these as perfect finger foods. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Was the canola old or maybe off? If so, how would you recommend adjusting the baking time? I would recommend even waiting for the first coating to harden a bit before applying more. It was cooked through and I did not have the experience of it being under baked as some of the commenters mentioned. Maybe cream cheese minus 1 tablespoon that you replace with cream or milk? It’s lightly citrusy and such an interesting flavor. This cake is stunning. I loved this so much. I like this so well I’ve ordered a ring pan. MasterClass 27 cm Fluted Ring Cake Tin with PFOA Free Non Stick Coating, Robust 1 mm Thick Carbon Steel, 10.5 Inch Savarin Mould: MasterClass 27 cm Fluted Ring Cake Tin with PFOA Free Non Stick Coating, Robust 1 mm Thick Carbon Steel, 10.5 Inch Savarin Mould: Amazon.co.uk: Kitchen & Home It had the most beautifully fragrant, olive oil-y cake consistency. Share on Facebook; Share on Twitter; Pin it; Opening Hours. 2 % Milk and this yogurt? I only flipped it once because I lost my nerve to do it the second time. I bet my town would go for one of those… hmmmm…. Hi, Didn’t taste burnt or toasty at all. The one in Italy was a bit dense but the taste was the same. You might want to check out the comment guidelines before chiming in. https://blogs.transparent.com/italian/ciambella-allo-yogurt/. Does the batter not rise at all? I remember my mum often made cakes in her old ring tin which she brought with her from Italy and over the years it was very well used! Instead of zest, I added 1 tsp freshly ground nutmeg to make it taste like a traditional cake doughnut. It baked up golden, toothpick came out clean. Contact. Just make the NYT cake. Will try to make again but split between two pans. And extra zest might have found it’s way in there too. Same texture and similar taste. Here’s an authentic Italian recipe…I’ve made it several times. It might just be the thing to cure me of my “can’t stand to be in the same room with the stuff” yogurt phobia. Huh? One of the things you do is increase the liquid – I adjusted the yoghurt amount to add liquid. of the oil and see what happens. Sorry you had this problem buy I had the exact same problem. I made this yesterday. This cake looks divine w my afternoon cup of coffee!! It’s such an amazing Italian cake I made a few years ago after tasted it in Italy. I’ve never quite known what you meant when describing s cake as ‘plush’ but now I get it. How long would you bake two 6 cup bundts? Took 55 min to bake. Yeah. Also used vegetable oil. I mean, I’m awed at how easy it was to make, and how delicious it is. Such a great cake, and forgiving of substitutions! Ok. I’m a teeny bit frustrated. Enjoy $10 off orders of $100 or more with code PASTA. As for the sticking issue, I found I really need to get a good bit of grease in the pan. After reading comments about saltiness, I only used 2 tsp fine sea salt. (I’m working on an update to streamline it, but it still a lot of work and bowls.) Hi Deb! Super-yummy and kept well. The cake is simple and elegant, rich and moist. Thank you for sharing that. The original recipe calls for lemon zest in the glaze but I skip it because I thought the texture would be distracting. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Sift flour onto batter and use a rubber spatula to stir just until batter is smooth. So easy to make!!! This was amazing. I have an old bundt cake pan that is 10 inch in diameter.

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