14 September 2013

Poppy seeds cake with orange glaze











This Poppy seeds cake is the type of cake I love to make (I always enjoy baking)
is a really moist cake and I adapted from a little book I have "Comidas hechas en casa"(Paula Hurtado)
Im sharing this recipe with Cooking your books hosted by my friend Joyce of Kitchen flavours.






Ingredients

3 cups all purpose flour
1 1/2 teaspoon baking poder
1/2 teaspoon of salt
1 cup of sunflower oil
3 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla
3 tablespoons poppy seeds
1 teaspoon almonds extract
1 cup of milk

Glaze
1/4 cup orange juice
3/4 cup of icing sugar
3 teaspoon almonds extract

Method


Preheat oven to 180 ° c.
In a bowl mix the flour, baking powder, 1/2 teaspoon salt, and poppy seeds.
In another bowl mix beating the sugar and oil. Add eggs beating one, add the vanilla and almond extract. After beating alternately add milk and reserved flour mixture. In a buttered and floured 
bundt pan, put the batter .
 Bake about 50 minutes, or until inserted a bamboo stick and is dry . Remove from  oven and with the cake still warm pour the glaze. Allow to cool before serving.


Glaze


 For the glaze in a bowl mix orange juice with icing sugar and almond extract, stir well and pour over the cake (it's a light glaze )







Print recipe here


En español
Cake con  semillas de amapola















Me encantan los cakes o muffins con semillas de amapola, son suaves y apetitosos, y este cake es fácil y muy bueno.
 
 
Ingredientes
 
 3 tazas de harina sin polvos
1 y 1/2 cucharadita polvos de hornear
1/2 cucharadita de sal
1 taza de aceite de maravilla o similar
3 huevos
1 cucharadita de vainilla
3 cucharadas de semillas de amapola (en supermercados y en
negocios de productos naturales)
1 cucharadita de extracto de almendra
1 taza de leche
 
Glacé
 
1/4 taza de jugo de naranja
2/4 taza de azúcar flor o glass
3 cucharaditas extracto de almendras
 
Preparación
 
 
 



95 comments:

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    1. Hi betsy lol!! I coming with my eyes shut and was sure you were here, hehe:)

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    2. Is a really delicious cake I love poppy seeds:)

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    3. It's beautiful and so are your photos....so lovely with the china and pretty napkin!

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    4. Thanks Betsy Esperanza give me these napkins I find cute!!

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  2. its a big donut, you are the donut queen

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  3. Delicious Gloria ~ Loving the pictures too ~

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  4. So delicious cake with beautiful clicks dear....

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  5. Dear Gloria, This is one of my favorite cakes!! Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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  6. Oh my goodness...another favorite of mine! Can't wait to make this.
    Thank you so much for your kind words regarding the passing of my sweet Nana! So very thoughtful of you.
    xo Kris

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    1. Thanks Kris, and you are welcome I think Nana was one of the more sweet and lovely person I knew with you!xo

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  7. ivy sew http://simplybeautifulhealthyliving.blogspot.com15 September 2013 at 05:03

    So beautiful and yummy :)

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  8. I love poppyseeds cakes! Looks wonderful!

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  9. meravigliosa questa torta! ciaooooo

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  10. I don't think I've ever had Poppy Seed cake, Gloria. I'm sure I would remember such goodness. Although, I am getting on in years, lol...

    Thank you so much for sharing...

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    1. Thanks Louise I love poppy sedes and always wanted make a delicious tart with poppy sedes, maybe some day:)

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  11. sounds simple...and would make a nice bit of breakfast cake...ha, i am a little hungry...need to get off here and eat before church...smiles.

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    1. Dear Brian is really simple and good. Yes go to church and read for us, thanks !

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  12. Hi Gloria,
    Your poppy seed cake looks wonderful! It has been a while since I last eaten any poppy seed cake! Lovely with a cup of tea. And I like your pretty cup and teapot set! Thank you for sharing with CYB!

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  13. Gloria, Thanks for the memories! I haven't had a poppy seed cake since my mother last made one back in the early 1980s. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. oh David tell Laurie she have to make this is so easy, and Im happy to reminds you your mother récipe:)) take care:)

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  14. Looks lovely - I tore a similar recipe out of a magazine only this week! Great minds think alike!

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  15. Hay una vieja cancion en espannol que dice algo como "amapola, mi Hermosa amapola...". No recuerdo si esa es la letra exacta o no, pero tu receta me record la cancion. Me encanta. gracias.

    Saludos desde Londres.

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    1. La canción dice "amapola, bellísima amapola.." si es una canción preciosa Mario.
      Este cake es delicioso!

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  16. Troppo buono! Complimenti Gloria e buona serata!

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  17. Poppy and citrus are just great together. Your bundt cake looks beautiful.

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  18. Lovely bundt cake & I love any poppy seed cake! Yours looks appetizing & great with a cup of coffee! ;)

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  19. Glorita! Se te ha olvidado poner la cantidad de poppy seeds en la receta! pero se ve increíble igual!! besitos

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    1. Gracias Pamela, no vi tu mensaje ayer, ya lo arreglé, besos!

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  20. I have everything on hand:-)
    Even the tiered pot and cup:-)
    Will make soon Gloria and thank you:-)

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  21. Totally inspired to make this gorgeous cake. Lovely looking cake.

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  22. we heart poppy seed cakes and this is one of the most comforting slice we have ever had...with orange glaze...burst of sweet citrus goodness in every tender crumb of this yummy,spongy cake...hooked to this recipe and those beautiful cups and tea pot...gorgeous clicks as always :-)

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  23. I love poppy seed cakes and used to eat them when I was staying in the US. This looks so good! Wishing for a slice again.

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    1. Thanks Mich, I know you can't have poppy sedes there.

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  24. I like poppy seed cakes too, Gloria. Nice idea to add almond flavoring.

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    1. Yes arbara was so good with almond extract!

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  25. It looks beautiful and I bet it is delicious!
    Besos!

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  26. That sounds just perfect. Have a good day, Diane

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  27. A lovely cake, and the china is so pretty too!

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  28. Another great dessert--I should join this group. Everything you bake looks beautiful and delicious!

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  29. What a beautiful cake! Would love a big slice of it with my tea!

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  30. What beautiful spring blooms on my wall! Lovely! :)

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  31. I really love lemon and poppy seed cake. This cake looks fantastic! I love your 'rosita' plates and one-cup teapot and cup set! The table cloth and serviette are also very beautiful! :)

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  32. Mmmm... you really are tempting me with this one! I really like cakes with poppy seeds! They are so moreish. I am bookmarking this one! Thank you!

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  33. Hi Gloria, I just posted my poppyseeds cake too:D I love the crunch it lent to the cake very much...yours looks so delicious with so much seeds! yum!

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    1. Yes I saw your récipe Jeannie and look delicious!!

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  34. poppy seeds cakes are grand--i love the appearance and little crunch the seeds provide!

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  35. sounds easy to make, a perfect cake for breakfast! have a nice day Gloria !

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  36. Muchas gracias por tu visita a mi blog y tu comentario, tu blog me ha encantado y tu bizcocho se ve perfecto y ese juego de té, me he enamorado de el, me quedo por aqui para ver más maravillas, besos
    Sofía

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  37. It looks tasty but I love that china set even more, Gloria! Lots of love and hugs!! xoxo

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  38. This sounds yummy! I'm putting this on my to-bake list.

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  39. Que buena pinta Gloria! tiene que estar delicioso. Besos

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  40. Hi Gloria!
    This is a very nice and good cake! :)
    I know ii tastes good as I often make it for my children.
    I use a different cake pan, the same I use for the plum cake, but it's good all the same! :)
    Bravissima!!! :)

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    1. Thanks Kety I think any pan is good for this cake!!

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  41. I love poppy seed cake. The orage glaze make it even more special.

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  42. I love poppy seeds and orange too!
    This cake is delicious!!
    Un beso

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