Having never made a chiffoncake this was a new challenge and one I gladly accepted. She had watched it while waiting for a plane to come home and she shed a tear because of how special this video was and that memories, great memories are made with recipes and times such as coming home at lunch time from kindy and being sat on the kitchen bench to have a slice of "yellow cake"
Since there was a special offer on oranges last week which I bought for making fresh orange juice, I decided to bake an Orange ChiffonCake to pair with it for afternoon tea and at the same time make use of those lovely orange rinds which enhance the taste and aroma of the cake
) a baked good, everyday pluckings went down trash bins and freshened up my drains. And that's how it happened, fine, splendid and showcased in my first ever chiffoncake- that of the supersoft genre of bake confections, carrying a lofty track record and possessing legions of flavoring potential
While the cake is still hot, mix the lime juice and confectioners' sugar together well. For the cake. Pierce the cake with a fork to allow the glaze to soak in better and pour it over the cake on the cooling rack