Orange-Passion Fruit Cake

This traditional cake is eaten in many Argentinean homes, often as an accompaniment to afternoon tea. It is usually purchased in pastry shops, but this straightforward recipe is well worth the effort. Passion fruit is used in many ways in Latin America: juice for drinking; as flavoring for ice creams, glazes, toppings and other desserts; and for adding sweetness and complexity to salsas, sauces and savory dishes. You can find frozen passion fruit pulp in most Latin markets.
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Review 1 for Orange-Passion Fruit Cake
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Tais
Brazil
May 3, 2011
Ability level:Professional
Cooks for:Over 10 people
Cooks:Every day
Would You Recommend? Yes
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great to have with coffee
May 3, 2011
i've done this recipe twice.. first time it was too buttery.. i could feel the butter in the mouth after eating it so the second time i only put 2 sticks of butter, increased the passion fruit pulp to 3/4 cup (i used fresh fruit) and increased the orange zest to 2 tbs. it tastes like heaven.
Review 2 for Orange-Passion Fruit Cake
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dippitydodots710
Baltimore, MD
August 29, 2010
Would You Recommend? Yes
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Wonderful end of the summer treat!!!
August 29, 2010
This recipe was fantastic! The cake was so rich and delicious and super easy to make. There was none left after I served it! The tropical flavor of the passion fruit blended so nicely with the acidity of the orange, and the orange zest added a beautiful color contrast to the paleness of the cake!