Eggless Orange bread

Everything around me seems to be very hushed and depressing after the strident days of laughing, cheering and chatting. My family left for India yesterday. Its only me and my baby now. Hubby is still on a official tour.

I had made this cake for my sis. Everyone loved it. I dont have my camera with me now, so this was taken with my cell phone. I couldn’ t do more justice to the photograph. Thats all I could get. The eggless cake with the orange flavour is definitely worth trying. It tasted great.

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  1. Mix together the sugar and butter till creamy. Add condensed milk and orange juice and mix well.Add the flour and baking powder and mix well to avoid any lumps. Fold in the orange rind and cashewnuts. Preheat oven to 180c. Pour the batter in a loaf pan and bake for 40 minutes till the skewer or knife comes out clean.
  2. Add few drops of milk or orange juice if the batter seems to be very thick.
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25 thoughts on “Eggless Orange bread”

  1. I seemto have neglected orange for sometime now! Perhaps a coincidence that I am seeing a number of orange recipes today! Thanks for sharing an eggless version for cake/bread whatever :-))! Sounds great!

  2. I understand how depressing it is when parents come and go back to India.. very depressing.. cake looks good Sowmya. love orange cakes.

  3. Hey sounds good, I was wondering why the photo was muggy… now I get it.
    Hang in there girl, I know how difficult it must be to be away from parents… after all the fun.

  4. Sowmya, thanks for this yummy bread/cake recipe. It turned up very moist and tasty cake. I added a handful of raisins to add to the orange rind flavour and it was very good. One Q, I reduced the qty of baking powder, did you actually add 1tbsp of the powder? or is it a typo here?

  5. @Shri- Thanks for trying out the cake. ..I added 1tbsp of baking powder… To be more precise,I add 1tsp baking powder for each half cup of flour…Maybe you could reduce half a tsp,(1 US tbsp-3 US tsp)

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