A Californian, Henry Baker, invented Chiffon cakes in the 1920s, which came to be very popular in the 1950s. After a hiding from the public palate for a long period, these yummy treats are being rediscovered again, with zingy variants like the Orange chiffon cake. With its tall circular shape and the characteristic hole in the middle, this orangey cake is loved for its wonderful moistness and tenderness, even after being refrigerated for a considerable time. No other dessert can equal the taste of this chiffon cake, especially when the Orange chiffon cake is served with dusted sugar and fresh fruits.
Orange Chiffon Cake Blogs
04-Feb-2011 By :
Valentines Day is made special with Valentines Day cakes and chocolates. There are varieties of cakes that can be made or ordered during Valentines Day. One can order special cakes or can make them at home. Whatever option you choose, the cake...
29-Dec-2010 By :
If you are looking forward to delight your little one with some colored food, that he will not only enjoy looking at but also eating, then may be I can help you make some funky food coloring. The standard food colorings are blue, red, green, and yellow...
02-May-2013 By :
Orange Juice is one of the most favored breakfast beverages in the world. So, it is no wonder that May 4 is celebrated as the National Orange Juice Day. Although everyone has had orange juice in its liquid form all their life but did you know that there are...
16-Jul-2010 By :
Often a neglected part of the original fruit, orange peels were at one time considered far more important than the fruit they came from. Formerly used to cure common maladies like indigestion, orange peels were also used to season foods, more often than the fr