Thursday, October 07, 2010

Fruit Pastry Cake II

This cake is very popular among bloggers awhile ago. The last time I baked this cake was in 2007 for a gathering. This cake is very versatile and you can actually put any type of fruits you like on top of it. In my opinion this cake taste better the next day as the juices of the fruits really seeps into the cake. It is light and not greasy. I am not going to post the recipe here as I am sure most of you already have it but if you want you can refer to my old posting here .



I baked this cake for my friend Zue when I visited her at Harrisburg for Hari Raya. Here are some pictures I took of the cake.

30 comments:

K.Nor said...

hi gert, nampak mabeles betul kek tu.. will try it one day.. nor mintak izin ya nak c&p resipi tu, senang next time kalau nak buat tak perlu mintak izin lg dah kan.. hehe tq so much

Pete said...

Fruity and delicious looking cake!

K.Nor said...

opppss.. one more thing, boleh tau, saiz cake tin yg digunakan? tq

Little Corner of Mine said...

Such a pretty cake!

Jeannie said...

I love the look of this cake, so gorgeous and must have tasted delicious too!

ReeseKitchen said...

This cake looks so colourful and so tempting. I wanna have a slice please....;p

Jennifurla said...

This cake is truly pretty

PlumLeaf 李葉 said...

Fruit Pastry Cake is always popular! I have made this about 4 times now since this summer! Great with any mix of fruits and so good when visiting people - they always love it!

busygran said...

Not only it's a pretty cake, it tastes good!

petite nyonya said...

yes, this is popular recently amongst some bloggers. i can see why it is since it's so pretty and tasty!

Elin said...

Love the vibrant colors of the fruits....needless to say it taste good :) Great as gifts too.

kitlaura said...

Hi
saw your beautiful cake, and tried to log on to your old link for this receipe but did not manage to log on. Is the link broken? thanks and regards

Kitchen Corner said...

Lovely cake! I like the colorful fruits topped on the cake and the crumbs looks smooth and tasty!

FC88 said...

It looks really moist and spongy. I think I will try this recipe soon while there're still a lot of fresh fruits around.

MaryMoh said...

Looks beautiful and delicious with so much fruits on top. I would love to try soon.

Debbie said...

What a great looking cake. I've not seen this before and would love to try it since it looks very versatile and delicious!!!!

Jess @ Bakericious said...

I love this cake too, so pretty, a great giveaway!

ICook4Fun said...

K.Nor, boleh and the cake pan I pakai 8" round pan.

Pete, thanks.

LCOM, thanks.

Jeannie, it does. Hope you try this out one day.

Reese, you can have two slices :)

Jennifurla, thank you.

Plumleaf, yes it is a crowd pleaser. I might make it for our group gathering on Monday.

Busygran, yes it is.

ICook4Fun said...

Petite nyonya, actually it was popular back in 2007 and then now.

Elin, yes it is.

Kitlaura, sorry about that. I already fixed it. If you still encounter any problem let me know and I will put the recipe on this post.

Grace, too bad it fruits sink a bit after baking so not as pretty :)

FC88, hope you and your family like this cake.

Mary, thank you.

Debbie, thank you. Hope you like this cake.

Jess, yes it is.

Cheah said...

Yes, this is indeed a lovely cake.

Beachlover's Kitchen said...

this cake texture look so soft..did you use cake flour?..wish I can bake this cake now..but oven sudah rosak..tengah debate to buy or repair

Anncoo said...

I baked this again last weekend ;DD

hanushi said...

Lovely and pretty cake!!! :)

mycookinghut said...

A very delicious looking cake!!

ICook4Fun said...

Cheah, thank you.

Lesley, I just used the regular flour. Oven is so cheap now and you can get one for $300 so no point reparing it :)

Anncoo, you like this cake too :)

Hanushi & Lee mei, thank you.

Sarah@Buttered Up said...

It looks sooo incredibly pretty.

kam said...

Hey Ms Wan, I made this cake 3 weeks ago when a journalist from Holland visited us. She absolutely LOVED it!!! and so did we. Actually I just used mostly dried fruits that I soaked awhile and added a few other fresh fruits I could find :) This recipe will go into my most fav list!! Thanks for sharing. In fact, today I will make it again for a dinner we were invited to.
Happy inventing, baking & eating especially as winter sets in!!

claris said...

I am just wondering if this cake need to be refrigerated. It sort of harden the texture when I did that as I am afraid fruit cake can't withstand the hot weather here. Appreciate your reply.

ICook4Fun said...

Sarah, thank you.

Kam, I am glad that you like this cake. Using dried fruits sounds like a great idea.

ICook4Fun said...

Claris, this cake will definitely harden up when you put in the fridge as it has butter in it. I will normally cut them in half and eat half of it in a couple of days and keep the other half in the fridge. I will take them out to room temperature 2 hours before eating it or zap it up in the microwave for 30 seconds before eating it.