27 June 2013

Vanilla and cream cheese Pound cake and citrus glaze ...and the Picnic game










Other recipe to the Picnic game and I make with pleasure really I love Louise one of the most fun and lovely persons in this special land:)
Maybe you smile  but I served this cake with the strawberry Ice cream and was amazing.



So I m going to a picnic and bringing......


 AAloo-gobi
B Blueberry cucumber salsa
C Crispy curry fried chicken
D Dying for chocolate cake
E Eton Mess
F Fish in a Jar
G Golden pillow
H   Hummingbird Cake
I Ice cream sandwichs
J Jersey style hot dogs
K Kahlua mocha Ice cream
L Light and soft japanese cheescake
M Ma moul libaneses cookies
N Nette quinoa tart
O Oriental pasta Salad
P    Pan de mango
Q Quinoa pizza balls
R Rainbow cupcakes
S Strawberry yogurt Ice cream
T Telosma cordata
U Uh never fail cotton soft japanese cheescake
V Vanilla and cream cheese pound cake
W Watermelon sorbet
Yakon kelp soup
Z   Zucchine in padella


and Im sharing this recipe with Cook your books #1 hosted from Joyce of Kitchen Flavours
and this récipe is from Bon Appetit Magazine

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Ingredients
1 1/2 cups cake flour
1 teaspoon baking poder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/4 tsp. salt
1 1/2 cups sugar divided
1 teaspoon vanilla
2 teaspoon grated orange zest
1 teaspoon grated  lemon zest
3/4 cup unsalted butter room temperatura
2/3  cup cream cheese  room temperatura
3 large eggs

Glaze
1 1/4 cup powdered sugar
1/2 teaspoon grated orange zest
1/2 teaspoon grated lemon zest
1  1/2 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
2 tablespoon fresh orange juice

Method

Preheat oven at 180 °c ( 350 ° F) Coat a loaf pan with nontisck spray, line bottom and long sides   with parchment paper. Coat paper with nonstick spray.

Sift flour, baking poder, salt and baking soda. into a medium bowl, set aside.
Combine 1 1/4 cups sugar and all zest in another medium bowl, set aside.
Using an electric mixer, beat butter and cream cheese in a large bowl until blended and smooth about 2 minutes. Gradually beat in sugar mixture, beat on high speed until very light and fluffy, 3-4 minutes.
Reduce speed to low, add eggs one at a  time, beating to blend. Beat in vanilla (make sure mixture is completely incorporated so flour wont clump when added) In low Speedy gradually add dry ingredients, mix just to blend. Scrape batter into prepared án, smooth top.
Bake until top is Golden Brown and spring back when inserted into the center comes out clean  about 50 to 60 minutes. Let cool in pan for 30 minutes.
Meanwhile stir lemon juice and 1/4 cup sugar in a small saucepan over médium heat until sugar is dissolved for lemon syrup.
Remove cake from pan and peel off the paper.
Using a skewer pierce top of cake all over inserting skewer through cake.
Using a pasty brush baste with lemon syrup.
Let cake cool completely.

Glaze
Whisk all ingredients in a médium bowl, strain, if desired. Pour over cake. Scoop up any glaze that may have dripped into sheet and spread over top and sides of cake. Let cake stand at room temperatura until icing in set about 30 minutes.






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En Español
 
Cake con vanilla y queso crema y glace de cítricos
 
Esta es mi segunda participación en el Picnic de Louise que es lo más entretenido, pueden revisar otras recetas en las letras que he agregado.Y el Blog de Louise es lo más entretenido que hay con posts llenos de nostalgia y recetas deliciosas.
Este cake es absolutamente delicioso, adaptado de una receta de Bon Appetit el queso va dentro del queque (no es mucha cantidad) pero lo hace esponjoso y suave.
Y la cubierta de glace es muy rica. Servi este queque con helado de frutilla que  quedaba de la receta anterior.


Ingredientes
 
1 1/2 taza de harina especial para cakes (u otra)
( Harina Cake de Selecta)
1 cucharadita polvos de hornear
1/2 cucharadita de bicarbonato
1/4 cucharadita de sal
1 1/2 taza de azúcar dividida
1 cucharadita de vainilla
 2 cucharaditas ralladura de naranja
1 cucharadita ralladura cáscara limón
 3/4 taza de mantequilla temperatura ambiente
2/3 taza de queso crema (filadelfia u otro)  temperatura ambiente
3 huevos
 
Glacé
1 1/4 taza de azúcar en polvo
1/2 cucharadita de ralladura cáscara naranja
1/2 cucharadita ralladura cáscara limón
1 1/2 cucharada jugo de limón
2 cucharadas de jugo de naranja
 
Preparación
 
 Precalentar el horno a 180°c y enmantequillar un molde alargado para queque. Cubrir el fondo y los lados con papel mantequilla y enmantequillar también. Reservar.
En otro bol mezclar la harina con los polvos de hornear, el bicarbonato y la sal.
 En un bol pequeño mezclar el azúcar y la ralladura de naranja y de limón.
Usando una batidora  eléctrica (también se puede hacer a mano) batir en un bol la mantequilla y el queso crema batir por unos minutos hasta que esté suave y cremoso.
Gradualmente agregar la mezcla de azúcar siempre batiendo
 por unos 3 minutos.
Reducir ls velocidad (si se ocupa batidora) y agregar de a uno los huevos mezclando bien, agregar la vainilla. Batir suavemente asegurándose de que está todo bien mezclado sin cúmulos de harina.
Vaciar la mezcla en el molde ya preparado.
Hornear hasta que esté dorado unos 50 a 60 minutos o hasta que al enterrar un palito fino salga limpio.
Dejar enfriar por 30 minutos.
Mientras mezclar el jugo de limón y  1/4 taza de azúcar en polvo. Calentar a fuego medio en una ollita hasta que se forme un jarabe de limón.
Retirar el papel mantequilla del cake y pinchar con un mondadientes o similar y con una brocha pintar el cake con el jugo. Dejar secar el queque.
 
Para el glace:
mezclar todos los ingredientes en un bol hasta formar una pasta si es necesario agregar un poco más de jugo de naranja, con esta mezcla esparcir sobre el queque. Dejar enfriar.





93 comments:

  1. Here I am! One piece, please! :)

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  2. haha! Betsy Im sure you will be first! LOL
    and you can eat a piece with same strawberry Ice cream:)

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  3. Yeah sure because it is rigged, cheaters. Just for that I'll give my piece to the cat

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    1. haha really not Pat I dont have idea how she made always!!
      We arent cheaters:)

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    2. 'rigged' seems to be Pat's word of the week! Sigh!

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  4. Wow EEEEE, Gloria, Vanilla & Cream Cheese Pound Cake for our picnic!!! I'm delighted!!!

    Where are you putting your blanket? Since you're bringing two dishes to the picnic, I want to make sure I am good and close. Not to mention everything you bring always goes so quickly!!!

    Thank you so much for joining us for the Picnic Game once again, Gloria. It truly is amazing that all the letters are "spoken" for and that everyone is so excited!!!

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  5. Thanks Louise dear, I always put my blanket under a tree :))
    We can sit down together:)
    xo

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  6. I'll take a slice, too. In fact, give me Pat's, also!

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    1. You can take Silver, never I know what he really like eat:)

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  7. You know exactly how to lure me to the table, don't you? :-) Me encanta la vainilla! :-)

    Saludos desde Londres.

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  8. oo i bet that laze adds just the right spark to it as well...mmm....i want some...we just finished a dinner of fresh veggies and that would make a great after dinner desert...smiles.

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    1. i am in the top 10 at least....smiles..better than i usually do...ha

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    2. Brian, dont worry you are always in the top 10:)
      so fresh veggies uh? Tara is making only healthy food for you guys?
      anyway I love veggies!

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    3. actually i cooked the veggies..
      she was off to the store...
      i can make my way around the kitchen too
      though no where near as good as you
      or t...smiles.

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    4. ao good you cook the veggies dear In Summer you have delicious things to cook I love zucchinis!!

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  9. J'en voudrai une grosse tranche avec ma tasse de thé.
    A bientôt

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    1. Oui,Oui Nadji mon amie a tasse de the sounds delicious!

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  10. Pound cake is a favorite around here and this one with cream cheese is one I haven't tried.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  11. Mmmmm....I love pound cakes, Gloria! Your glazed version looks so yummy!!!

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  12. AMIGA, NO ENTENDÍA LO DEL "AZÚCAR DIVIDIDA", JIJIJIJ, LUEGO ME DI CUENTA QUE ERA QUE HABÍA QUE PONER 1 Y1/4 POR UN LADO Y LUEGO UN CUARTO POR OTRO. DEBE SER MARAVILLOSO ESTE QUEQUE, ESPECIAL PARA UNA TARDECITA DE LLUVIA COMO LA DE HOY. BESITOS

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  13. Eso es Pamela es que no sabía como traducirlo porque salía tal cual en todo caso al leer el método queda más claro, aquí ha llovido montones y muchísimo viento! Un abrazo

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  14. Lovely cake, and yummy citrus glaze :-).

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  15. Gloria, My wife was looking over my shoulder when I opened this blog. She loves the combination of vanilla, cream cheese, the orange and lemon zest with the citrus glaze! A new recipe for her files... Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  16. David I think Laurie would love this cake, tell her is delicious and I send her hugs, take care David!

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  17. This vanilla cream cheese pound cake looks delicious! Would love to have a few slices.

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  18. Che delizioso e delicato cake :) Ne vorrei adesso una fetta per colazione. Un abbraccio, buon we

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  19. Lovely moist cake & the lemony glaze looks so good! ;)

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  20. what a glorious texture! i'm glad you added the glaze--it would contribute so much, both in flavor and looks. :)

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  21. Love moist and smooth pound cake. The lemon glaze looks fantastic.

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    1. Thanks Angie. I love your bread a lot!

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  22. Excellent Picnic Game recipe, Gloria. I've used sour cream in a cake like this, but never cream cheese.

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    1. Is funny Barbara really enjoy with Louise and the pic nic!

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  23. All those citrus flavors sound wonderful! I would love this cake.

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  24. Lovely cake, Gloria! I love pound cakes. I'm coming over to the picnic and shall visit you for a slice of this delicious cake! :)
    Thank you for linking to CYB!

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    1. Thanks Joyce love pound cakes too!

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  25. This cake has a wonderful colour! And looks very moist and delicious! Brava Gloria.

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    1. Thanks ALida is really moist by the cheese cream I think!

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  26. Everything I love in one cake! YUM!

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  27. Un cake delicioso Gloria!! se ve realmente lo esponjoso y suave que queda y el glacé maravilloso. Besos

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  28. That cake looks delicious, Gloria! It reminds me of the cakes my best friend and I used to bake when we were little girls. We would have picnics in her tree house and eat the whole cake! Haha! It was heaven!

    I have changed my url. I don't know how long it will take for Blogger to update it, but for now, find me here:

    http://themightysnore.blogspot.com/

    Mucho amor! :)

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  29. Simply delicious Gloria! would LOVE a piece right now!
    Mary x

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  30. I wish to have few slices of your cake right now, look absolutely nice!

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  31. Lovely cake Gloria! I adore pound cake. What a fun game too! xxoo

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    1. Thanks Marie, love pound cake too!xo

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  32. Gloria , I love citrus cake and your version looks delicious ! Loads of wonderful nibbles at the Picnic Game :D

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  33. Nice, nice, nice. You are a wonderful baker.

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  34. This made my stomach growl as soon as I read what it was, Gloria. Yummy!!

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  35. I would have this for breakfast, lunch, AND dinner :-)

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    1. Thanks Keith yes is really nice to any meal:)

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  36. Yummy yummy ~ I agree with Keith ~

    Hugs and wishing you happy weekend Gloria ~

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  37. This is a divine cake!Love this mouthwatering glaze!
    Kisses!

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  38. Vanilla? Did you say.... vanilla? Um......

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  39. Wow with all the goodies, can't wait to open Louise's picnic basket. This looks amazing, Gloria.

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  40. Your pound cake looks amazingly delicious!! :) I'm usually to lazy during picnics to make anything special haha....so I usually just bring sandwiches or whatever's easiest :D I can imagine that your picnics would be a lot more interesting! I especially love the glaze on your cake- it looks so good!

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  41. Gloria, your picnic basket is full! What a delicious pound cake!

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  42. I love pound cake , your looks delicious Gloria! Have a grest week, a hug...

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  43. How lovely - vanilla and cream cheese are two of my favourite ingredients

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  44. Gloria, Beautiful Pound Cake!! I can’t wait to have a slice at the picnic!

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  45. Thanks Kathy, of course we can shared yours ma moul (lovely) and my pound cake:)

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  46. Dear Gloria, A perfect treat for a picnic. It sounds delicious. This was a fun picnic game with lovely additions. Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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  47. I love making loaf cakes in the summer! They are simple and delish, and this looks fabulous. And perfect for a picnic. I love the picnic game! :)

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  48. Good day Gloria ! Gosh, your cake looks terrific for the picnic party. I am bringing home some too. Do you mind??? hehe....>o<
    Enjoy & have fun !
    Cheers, Kristy

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  49. Btw, love your new header photo. Beautiful!

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  50. Pound cake is a perfect picnic dish--thanks for bringing!

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  51. Hello dear Gloria! Thanks for your comments and congratulation for your greatest Recipes ....havé a good Time...friendly

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