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Cake Nanas (Classic Pineapple Cake Upside down )

Just like this cake.. so moist and creamy...it's classic recipe I got from very old Indonesia cooking recipe book...even I lost it's cover ...@(^_^)@ . It's "cake nanas" means Pineapple cake... Simple and not much ingredients being used.. have a try!


Things should prepare:
- Pineapple. Cut a circle and holes in the middle. Soak in sugar water overnight. Or if you want more easily and quickly you may use canned pineapple, drained.
Ingredients:
- 250 gr unsalted butter + for grease the pan. Softened at room temperature.
- 3/4 cup caster sugar.
- 7 egg yolks
- 5 egg whites
- 1 cup plain flour
- 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
- Pinch of salt.



Method:
1) Grease a baking dish (24 cm size) with margarine/ butter. Arrange pineapple on the bottom and edge of pan, set aside. Pre-heat oven to 160 deg C.
2) mixed and sifted flour, salt and baking soda. set aside
3) Beat butter and sugar until smooth and sugar dissolves completely. Add eggs one at a time, stirring constantly. Continue beating until dough is soft.
4) After batter smooth and completely mixed, put the flour mixture slowly. Mix well.
5) Pour the batter into the pan slowly.
6) Bake in oven 160 deg C for about 45 min. Check with a toothpick, if it's come out clean.
Note:
Recognize your own oven character . Different size and condition gives different heat result.





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6 comments:

  1. Your cake looks sooo good and absolutely beautiful! I love the pictures! :)

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  2. Hai Lindsey.. thx. Try to make it also, and let me know how will U like it :)

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  3. What a gorgeous cake! It looks so fluffy and delicious. Loving the pineapple on top, too. :)

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  4. Hello Koci.. it's fluffy indeed, believe it or not, I can eat that whole cake alone lol ..! U should try it in ur kitchen :)
    thx

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  5. Hi. love this too in the UK baked in a big tray - we often have this served with custard as a winter dessert - then we are too full to move!

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  6. Oh my this looks rich and delicious. All those eggs...dreamy.

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