Buttermilk Cranberry Cake

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  • 1 Large egg
  • 120 g Sugar
  • 185 g Buttermilk
  • 1/2 tsp Baking soda
  • 110 g Margarine, melted

  1. Whisk together the egg, sugar and half of the buttermilk in a bowl. In another bowl combine together the baking soda and the rest of buttermilk. Let it sit for 5 minutes. Pour the prepared egg mixture into it and blend together. Sift the flour and nutmeg in a mixing bowl together. And then add in buttermilk mixture and melted. Finally add in cranberries and combine all the ingredients.


  2. Grease a 22-24 cm bundt pan. Pour in the cake and bake at 175C/350F for about 35 minutes or until toothpick comes clean. Cool on a rack for 5 minutes before removing from pan. Dust the cake with some powdered sugar if desired.

8 comments:

Angie 30/10/08 06:48

Oh, thank you :-) And it's really easy.

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Happy cook 30/10/08 11:51

I am on a break but still can't resist to come and take a peek to see what you are baking.
Love this cake, i get here now fresh cranberry as it is season, so will make this cake too as it looks so yumm and saey to make.

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Fearless Kitchen 30/10/08 16:13

This looks delicious, and as it happens I have all of the ingredients on hand right now.

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Angie 30/10/08 16:45

happy cook, maybe, maybe you could persuade your kid to help with baking. :-)

Fearless Kitchen, then what are you waiting for? ;-))) It's really yummy and really easy.

Thank you!

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Happy cook 1/11/08 10:41

Angie did you use fresh ones or dried cranberries

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Angie 1/11/08 20:41

Happy Cook, I used dried one.

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Happy cook 2/11/08 11:36

Thankyou for the info. I did think you made with dry cherries when i clicked to the pic.
When i wend for shopping i bought the fresh ones and then i checked your recipe and thught they were dried, so i made yesterday cranberry compot with the fresh ones.
Will have to go for shopping for the dried ones.

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