14 August 2010

Condensed Milk Pound Cake ~ the real Sara Lee?

I hope you guys have enjoyed the pictorial approach to my recipes.  I'm not much of a words person; my brain thinks in pictures and colours, and those are so much easier for me than words.  

Earlier this evening, I indulged in a new table runner - and here on this blog it makes its debut.  
What do you think of it?

This recipe was inspired by Baking Fiend's Condensed Milk Pound Cake, who declared it "definitely a good recipe"!  And after giving my shot at it, I'd say too that it's definitely a good recipe.
This one's a keeper.

I added a handful of raisins into the batter, but they all sank to the bottom.  If you are adding raisins, try sprinkling it on top of the batter instead.


Swee San said...

Hi.. to prevent the raisins from sinking to the bottom, you can toss raisins with flour before mixing into the batter.

NEL, the batter baker said...

hi Swee San,
yup, I've read that somewhere before, but always forget... next time I'll try to remember :) Thanks!

Jennifurla said...

I love ti, wish I could have slice

Jess @ Bakericious said...

Nel, I always toss raisins with some flour b4 mixing to the batter, it helps, next time you can try it.

I nvr bake pure "condensed milk" pound cake b4, instead I replaced condensed milk with dulce de leche, I agreed with you that is a good recipe :)

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more said...

I totally agree with you. I've tried bakingfiend's recipe too, and I simply love it. It's in my blog too.

Yummy Koh said...

This cake looks nice and soft. I shall book mark this.

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