raspberry and pistachio polenta cake

Polenta is a very good source of vitamin B1 that strengthens the immune system and helps the body convert food … I cook this cake for 30 mins at 160C fan and it’s perfectly cooked, but unfortunately ovens do vary a little, which is why I say ‘until a skewer comes out clean’ – your oven may be a fraction cooler than mine, so if that’s the case keep cooking until the skewer comes out clean. My kiddies are too small to make cakes by themselves and my husband is resolutely NOT a baker…it’s quite funny, he’s been on a work course this week and proudly told me he had made his first biscuit this week (as part of the team building they made biscuits)…his first biscuit EVER at the age of 37!! Doing cakes and things with pistachios and other nuts has been something I’ve wanted to do for ages but never really had a way of grinding the nuts – none of my other gadgets were up to the task. Might be better decorated nearer the time though. Eb x. Hi if I omit the orange, which liquid would you suggest and how much to substitute for the orange juice? I love the flavour combo that you’ve used, I can just imagine how good it tastes, Angela x, Thanks, Angela. Do let me know what you think if you try it 🙂 Eb x. Hi, will this cake be suitable to use for 1st Communion. I am a Froothie ambassador and this post contains affiliate links, which means if you buy a Froothie product using my links, I will get a small commission, but it will not cost you a penny more. Required fields are marked *. Aug 3, 2017 - Claire Ptak blends savory and sweet in new cookbook easy, delicious, stress-free, family food, All Recipes Desserts, Puddings & Cakes Popular Recipes Vegetarian & Vegan. – such fabulous flavours, and so Sicilian – I can’t wait to try it! « Quinoa, Kale and Borlotti Bean Stew (Vegan), 4 Indulgent Treats for Mother’s Day and #CookBlogShare Week 12 ». You can buy shelled pistachios (AKA pistachio kernels) easily from the supermarkets these days. Learn how your comment data is processed. Add the almonds, vanilla extract and eggs and mix well. Thank you for sharing with #CookBlogShare x, Delicious Cake. If so, can I use frosting? There’s no raising agent in this chocolate polenta cake other than the eggs, so it’s important to get as much air in as possible. I’m Eb – a professional blogger, busy mum and passionate foodie and it is my mission in life to make cooking EASIER and MORE DELICIOUS! Pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients and stir together until thoroughly combined. Spoon the mixture into the prepared tin and bake for about 25 – 30 minutes, until risen and golden. Not that I have anything against salmon, Victoria sandwich cakes and petits fours, but it all feels very clichéd. This sounds amazing Eb (and such pretty pictures too), I love nutty cakes they have such a lovely flavour and texture. Gently fold the raspberries into the butter. It looks absolutely gorgeous, and I’m sure it will taste even better if it’s made FOR you for Mother’s Day 🙂 Thanks for joining in with #FreeFromFridays. But I’m not sure it would taste quite as nice. cream cheese icing, easy birthday cakes, raspberry and pistachio, raspberry and pistachio sponge cake, summer baking, Summer cakes, SurreyKitchen Emma’s raspberry and pistachio sponge cake May has been the month of birthday’s here at SurreyKitchen what with our daughter turning two on the 7th, Ross’ birthday on the 28th and mine on the 25th. Preheat the oven to 160ºC, gas mark 2. 1 1/2 cups plain flour. It is rich in beta-carotene as well as other vitamins and minerals. Hope that helps! I’ve made several very similar cakes, but I’ve never managed to make them look very good. I do really like the flavour  extra virgin olive oil and so I loved it in this cake, but if you are not such a fan, I recommend going for a mild and fruity one, like this one from Napolina or this one from Filippo Berio, which doesn’t have such a dominant flavour. Yes, the syrup is a very important part of the cake – as you so rightly say, if you don’t use it the cake will be too dry and not flavoursome enough. 🙂 Eb x. Olive oil, nuts, honey…. Hmmm – if I were to frost this cake I would probably choose a really simple frosting of icing (confectioners) sugar and fresh orange juice…and then topped with the pistachios and orange peel, but if it’s for an occasion and you need to have more of a ‘decorated’ cake with words on etc. Oooh you should try polenta – it’s so easy to cook with and a great gluten free alternative…and tastes delicious! and it was really dry. I’m pretty sure almonds would work fine…never tested it but almonds have always worked well in other cakes I’ve made…go for it! Eb 🙂. Worked on the assumption of making it by melting ingredients with a little water until thickened and then pouring over cake while still warm (having made small holes with a toothpick). Spoon the raspberry filling over the pistachio layer, then level off the top using an offset spatula. Thank you {% member.data['first-name'] %}.Your comment has been submitted. 2 teaspoons baking powder. I am a bit concerned. Thanks Choclette 🙂 I am definitely no artist!! Lace the ground almonds, polenta and baking powder in a separate bowl and mix well. Hi Eb, I just made this cake and I’m sorry to say it was a total disaster taste and texture wise! 1 cup raspberries, fresh or frozen. Whisk the Flora and 200g of the sugar in a large bowl until creamy. I am not sure what frosting will go with polenta . Still pouring out olive oil is much easier than creaming butter!! Spoon over the cooled syrup so that it soaks in. Friday for Sunday should be fine. 2. Grease and lightly flour a 20 cm-diameter springform cake tin. 2 eggs. INGREDIENTS. * % Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. In a separate bowl, mix together the polenta and baking powder, add them to the wet ingredients and fold through. Give your sponge an Italian twist with Jane Hornby's easy-to-make polenta cake 45 mins . This cake began with a desire to create something a little bit different for Mother’s Day…when you google Mother’s day recipes, the results are a little bit depressing – put it this way, there is a lot of salmon, Victoria sandwich cakes and petits fours! Haha – well it does have lots of healthy components, I hesitate to call anything with lots of sugar (albeit in honey form) a health food, but as cake goes it’s a pretty healthy one! Eb x, Oh Eb this cake looks and sounds amazing! 1. Eb 🙂. It might also explain why the taste was not quite what you were hoping for. This Raspberry pistachio roulade (aka Pistachio Swiss roll) is a classic example of how to upgrade a regular cake roll to a decadent dessert that becomes a winner of the table. 40 ratings 4.8 out of 5 star rating. The cake on it’s own is a little dry which is why I added the glaze- this should soak into the cake and make it lovely and moist. Spoon the batter into the prepared tin, spread to the … 3 Spoon into the prepared tin and level the surface. Follow me on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. 😀 Eb x. I’m not a fan of any kind of cake but this looks seriously good! Eb 🙂. Drop raspberries into batter (4 to 6 per standard cupcake; 2 per mini) and sprinkle with slivered pistachios (1/2 teaspoon per standard: 1/4 teaspoon per mini). Leave the cakes to settle for 5-7 minutes before removing and serving with whipped cream and a dusting of crushed freeze-dried raspberries. of course you can call this little beauty healthy food! I think it would also make an amazing Easter cake or really for any time when you need an easy but celebratory kind of cake! This is such a beautiful looking cake and the flavours sound divine! Lightly butter a 15 cm diameter cake tin and line with baking parchment. If citrus is a no-no then you could try apple juice, maybe…or even just plain water? It was so ridiculously dry, and has put me off making a vegan/healthier cake again, particularly as this was my first time baking a cake with polenta. Has anyone actually MADE this cake? Thanks for your kind words 🙂 Eb x. METHOD. I now have a pretty looking cake that doesnt do justice to the taste – and I’m sad to say it will end up in the bin! For more information on collaborative posts please read my disclosure page. You are an artist. Pour the batter into the greased and lined tin and cook in the pre-heated oven for 25-30 minutes, until the top is light gold and a skewer comes out clean. 1 cup greek yoghurt. I made the cake with half ground almonds, half pistachios. Hmm – the orange is a pretty major flavour in this cake, so switching it out could be tricky…if you are OK with other citrus fruits I would suggest using lemon juice (or maybe grapefruit juice)…the same quantity as orange juice. Thanks for the kind compliment about my photos – I did have rather a lot of fun throwing pistachio dust and orange peel around…love messy photo shoots!! Grease and base line a 23cm springform cake tin. 2. Eb x, Hi Eb, thanks a lot for your reply. I used my new favourite toy – my Froothie Optimum G2.3 Blender and it was amazing – literally 3 presses of the pulse button and 250g pistachios turned to dust. Not only does this cake taste divine but it looks so very pretty too. Thanks Charlotte 🙂 They do have a really great texture don’t they? Beat together the butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Now I want a yummy piece of cake! Your email address will not be published. Delicious! Rose, A pleasure Rose. Got the ingredients for this so defo giving it a go xxx, Me too, it’s fab isn’t it? Copyright © 2020 Nigella Lawson. The orange, pistachio and honey, with polenta! Divide batter evenly among lined cups, filling each three-quarters full. Delighted you have chosen to make my cake for Mothers Day…it’s so perfect for that! I definitely want to try nut butters and milks too. A light and wonderful dessert made from Polenta with any fresh seasonal fruit on. Fondant? My chocolate polenta cake is … Raspberry Chocolate Polenta Cake. 😀 Eb x, I love orange in baking I have a recipe that was my nanny’s God bless her. My daughter loves polenta . And oh this cake is so easy…no creaming, no folding, no faffing about at all – just mix together the wet and the dry ingredients and put in the oven. 1 teaspoon vanilla extract. Will definitely be checking out what other surprises you have on your site! This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Mix all the polenta with 200g / 7oz ground/chopped pistachios and orange zest from 1 of the oranges in a large bowl. 3/4 cup lightly flavoured olive oil. And one quick note about the oranges – make sure you zest them BEFORE you juice them! This looks delicious. Grease a 20cm / 8inch cake tin with a little olive oil and line the base with baking paper. Aw, thanks Nicole – I LOVE Sicilian food!! Blend Natvia in a high-speed blender until the consistency of icing sugar; reserve 2 teaspoons. Hi Lara – I’m really sorry to hear that you had a bad experience with this recipes. Using an electric mixer, beat eggs and 1 cup sugar until light and fluffy, about 5 minutes. Eb x. Made with a base of polenta (trust us, the texture is unreal) and inspired by the classic lemon drizzle cake, we paired grapefruit with pistachio to make this stunning end result. 1. I think the fact you cooked the cake for so long may explain why the cake was so dry. Eb x. Not that I am shallow! Personally I love bold gutsy flavours and all my recipes reflect this. And then, whilst I was still pondering what to make, we went to ASK Italian as a family and they have on the dessert menu the most amazing Pistachio and Olive Oil Cake. Both my sister in laws are on gluten free diets and we’re having a family party at Easter so this could well be on the dessert table 🙂, Thanks Karen – glad you like it! In a seperate bowl, combine the almond meal, polenta and baking powder. This sounds delicious Eb! Eb x, Ooh this sounds absolutely delicious Eb. Hi Rose, I am honoured that you have chosen my cake for your daughter’s first communion! Polenta is an excellent and healthy food that belongs to the group of gluten-free cereals. This one of yours looks so pretty and the flavours sound amazing. Polenta (sometimes called fine cornmeal) gives this cake … Plenty of other people have also said to me how much they love the flavours of this cake too. I hope it is a wonderful day for all of you and that the cake is a real success! We dont like fondant but just maybe for decoration purposes? Beat butter, rind, and powdered Natvia in a medium bowl with an electric mixer until light and fluffy. Eb 🙂, Your email address will not be published. Preheat oven to 180C / 160C fan/ gas mark 4 / 350F. Pour the icing over the cooled cake, then decorate with the sugar flowers, pearl sugar or sprinkles, … There are a few optional elements to this recipe – firstly, I recommend peeling the pistachio nuts to reveal their bright greenness within, as vibrant as Parakeet feathers. Made this morning and half the cake is already gone! Finally a tangy raspberry icing is drizzled over the top with fresh raspberries and pistachios to scatter. Fold in the raspberries. 3. Aaah thanks Jan – if you are not much of a fan of cake, then this is high praise indeed!! I love the pistachio dust on it as well 🙂, Thanks Kate 🙂 The pistachio dust is the perfect kind of decoration for me…easy, fun to do, impossible to get wrong…and uses up leftovers! It really works well in cakes and perfect if you are trying to avoid butter/marge etc…plus there is no ‘oh no I forgot to get the butter out of the fridge’ drama – which always happens in my house…though I do have a rather nifty Mary Berry tip for getting round that one. All you need to decorate it is some peel, creme fraiche and chopped pistachios. One little note about the olive oil – unless you REALLY like the taste of strong extra virgin olive oil, I recommend a milder one for this cake. Love this xx, Aw, thanks Kate…that’s my favourite kind of cooking…simple to do, but looks good and tastes even better! May I please have your advise? The batter for this cake is VERY wet – therefore I advise NOT using a loose bottomed tin as the batter may not stay in the tin!! To make the cake, place the pistachios into a food processor and pulse for around 30 seconds until the nuts are the same texture as the ground almonds. Beat in the eggs and the vanilla extract. I’d love to know how you get on and if it goes down well! Once the cake is cooked (which only takes 25-30 minutes) it is drizzled with an orange and honey syrup to make it super moist and extra delicious (and when I say syrup, I mean orange juice mixed with honey – but orange and honey syrup sounds fancier) and decorated with leftover pistachios and orange peel – which is the sort of cake decoration I love – it looks impressive, but is actually really  ridiculously simple and A LOT of fun and impossible to get wrong. I mean wow! 2. Full of flavor with a dense, chewy crumb, it's like frangipane meets fairy cake. Do you think almonds would work as well as pistachios (it’s our only safe tree nut so far)? Or why not subscribe to my blog and get delicious, stress free recipes straight to your inbox every week? Ten minutes prep…tops! Thank you so much, Yasmine, for this lovely comment – you just made my day! Beat butter, egg, rind, polenta and sugar in a bowl with an electric mixer until light and fluffy. lemon juice, then gradually add oil, mixing just until combined. Eb 🙂, Love the look of this! It’s definitely the kind of cake I’d love someone to make for me for mother’s day. Grease the top of the baking paper with a little olive oil too. I’m so glad I stumbled on your recipe! raspberry & pistachio loaf cake. Spoon the butter into the prepared tin, smooth over the surface and scatter over the flaked almonds. Hi and welcome to Easy Peasy Foodie! I am just good at dreaming up ways of making food look pretty without artistic skills…using the leftover ground pistachios worked a treat and was totally easy peasy!! Preheat the oven to 180C/Gas 4. It’s also very easy to make and, of course, totally delicious! I’ve been meaning to make an olive oil cake for ages now, especially as my mum leans heavily towards the healthier fats . Lightly butter a 15 cm diameter cake tin and line with baking parchment. Cream together the butter … Eb x, Hi ☺️ I’m making this for mother’s day how long do you think it will keep? Pistachio Polenta Cake isn't one of those cakes that would have only one distinct flavor, for example, a strong olive oil flavor or a strong pistachio flavor. And it’s so easy – which, as you know, I am always a big fan of!! Eb x. Every comment says how good it ‘looks’ or ‘sounds’. Whisk together the eggs, 175ml / 6floz honey, all the olive oil and the juice … This won't set firmly, but do leave it to set a little before serving ; Easy Does It: 6 fuss-free recipes by Diana Henry But we are all different – I am guessing your tastes are not the same as mine. To make the icing, mix the sugar with the lemon juice until smooth. Nutrition information is approximate and meant as a guideline only. Place the assembled cake into the freezer to set for 6 to 8 hours, or overnight until completely set. Whisk together the eggs, 175ml / 6floz honey, all the olive oil and the juice from 1 of the oranges in a large bowl or jug. Pistachios are blended into a paste as the basis of the sponge and a handful of raspberries are baked into the batter. I would like someone to bake this for me on Sunday, but I’ll probably have to make it myself! Gently stir … God bless you too. Stunning pictures! I am more and more impressed with this fab machine as I go along (do read my Froothie Optimum G2.3 Blender Review for more info). But now with my lovely Froothie a whole world of possibilities has opened up for me!! Incredible. then I guess fondant would be the way to go – but I am with you on the taste – I usually peel it off when I’m actually eating the cake!! I made my first when I was 3!! But also something easy – so it could be made FOR the mother in question and not BY her! Now, I like cake, but I don’t normally love cake, but this cake I was totally blown away by…it was amazing and so I decided, then and there, that that is what I would like to make as my Mother’s Day recipe this year. This cake sounds so tasty Eb! 🙂 Eb x. Oh this sounds utterly delicious Eb – I love this kind of cake and would be over the moon if someone made this for me on any occasion! A mouth-watering Pistachio, Polenta & Olive Oil cake served with a Raspberry sorbet! Beat together the butter and sugar until light and fluffy. And because it’s not got vast amounts of sugary icing on top, it’s a lot lower in sugar than your average Mother’s day cake…and whilst I’m definitely not going to call this cake a health food, it’s actually got quite a bit of goodness going on there…which is a little bonus! My kind of cake 🙂, Aw, thanks Vicki 🙂 I had a lot of fun creating and photographing this one 🙂 Eb x, What a fabulous cake and stunning photos.Very sophisticated.Love the pistachio crumb.Really beautiful x, I made my first polenta cake earlier this year and it was so easy and made a lovely cake. Fold in the raspberries. Would be good if author could expand though. Just before the cake is ready to come out, mix 50ml / 2floz orange juice from the second orange with 50ml / 2floz honey and pour over the hot cake whilst still in the tin – leave for at least 10 minutes before removing the cake from the tin. Add the polenta, almonds, baking powder and orange zest and mix together. With mixer running, add vanilla and 1 Tbsp. I am cooking it as I arite and it is in the overn at 160C fan but after 30 mins it is still very sloppy in the middle. This was my first time cooking with polenta and so very pleased with the outcome. In fact, the only thing that is likely to slow you down is chopping the pistachios…which is a bit of a long job by hand (though you could try the bashing with a rolling pin in a plastic bag trick), but if you have a nut grinder, food processor or blender that can handle the job then it is easy peasy. You say that you cooked the cake for over an hour (over twice what I recommend!) It uses lemon, milk, creme fraiche, pistachio, egg, raspberry, polenta, vanilla, honey, brown sugar Brie and Butter Grits with Honey and Raspberry Compote food52.com I will let you know when her 1st Communion day comes and how I did with the cake. are super competent at making cakes, but lots aren’t! Have you got your hands on a copy of my meal plan yet? I am so happy to hear that 😀 Thanks for this lovely feedback and the 5* rating! 3. Cream the butter and sugar until soft and pale. 3. I do hope it is a wonderful day for your daughter and that the cake is well received. I hope it will not put you off trying new recipes in the future. Line the base of a 23cm / 9inch springform cake tin with baking paper and give a quick spray of non-stick oil around the edges. I just made this cake and it tastes absolutely delicious! Sounds like the blender did a great job of grinding down the nuts too – I’m yet to try that function in mine. Another time you may want to increase the temperature by 5 or even 10 degrees. Once cake has set, remove the spring form and the parchment paper and transfer onto a cake stand. 1. Again, I am sorry you did not have a good experience with this cake. 2. Simple, but so effective. Advise please. Love the flavour combination and the photos are amazing. Tip into a small bowl and add the ground almonds, polenta and baking powder. Add the almonds, vanilla extract and eggs and mix well. (Yes I realise that lots of sons/daughters/kids/dads etc. Thanks Mandy 🙂 The blender did a fantastic job with the nuts – I was seriously impressed. Mini polenta and raspberry cakes. Mix all the polenta with 200g / 7oz ground/chopped pistachios and orange zest from 1 of the oranges in a large bowl. Aw, thanks Gillian 🙂 Yep, it’s the same here. Definitely trying this over the weekend. Aug 11, 2018 - These little almond-pistachio cakes remind me of a more sophisticated cupcake. Thank you for linking up to #BakeoftheWeek Eb x, Polenta does make a lovely cake, doesn’t it? Eb x. Lightly fold the dry mixture into the butter, sugar and egg mixture until just smooth. 😀 Eb x. And do let me know how it works out!! Does author have a fan assisted oven? Read More…. Please rest assured I only recommend products that I like and find helpful in the kitchen and think my readers will like too. if you buy a Froothie product using my links, Gargano Pasta with Spinach and Blue Cheese Sauce. Stir in milk, almonds, baking powder and frozen raspberries. And whatever you do DON’T buy the pistachios in their shells…unless you actually WANT  to spend hours shelling them. Grease 18 holes of two 12-hole (1-tablespoon/ 20ml) mini muffin or bordeaux cake pans. Pour over the cake. Do let me know what you try and how well it works! I can’t explain how disappointed I was to not be able to taste a moist orangey goodness against the pistachios, my mouth was watering imaging how this would taste but I have been sorely disappointed. This cake looks so vibrant and I love the colours! Plus it looks pretty. But this cake is much too nice to be made just once for Mother’s Day. Once cooked, prick the top of each cake with a few small holes. 3/4 cup brown sugar, firmly packed. Bursting with the delicious flavours of the Mediterranean, this Orange, Pistachio and Honey Polenta Cake, is naturally gluten free, dairy free AND refined sugar free. Preheat oven to 180°C (160°C fan-forced). Preheat the oven to 180C/Gas 4. Mix in the lemon rind and juice, polenta and baking powder. The syrup keeps it really moist. Raspberry & lemon polenta cake. This Raspberry Pistachio Cake is beautifully moist and fragrant. Raspberry and Polenta Cake is a community recipe submitted by WineGoddess and has not been tested by Nigella.com so we are not able to answer questions regarding this recipe. Hi Jane, sorry I’ve only just spotted this comment – I hope it turned out OK!! Swirly lemon drizzle fingers. I’m so pleased it turned out so well for you and I really hope you find more recipes you like on my site. I wanted to do something a little bit different…something I would enjoy and, I hope, so would other mothers too. The flavor of all the ingredients is complex and evenly divided, which makes such a delicious, flavorful cake. Built by Embark. My hubby has a total aversion to making cakes, so consequently I never get cakes on my birthday or Mother’s Day, as my kids aren’t old enough to make them by themselves yet (though give my daughter a year or two…) But seriously this cake is so simple even my husband could make it!). A couple of thoughts…. It really needed the syrup for flavour and otherwise was too dry. Eb x. Yum! Mix in the lemon rind and juice, polenta and baking powder. This gluten free cake is really outside the box! 120 grams raw pistachio kernels. I think I will make it Friday for Sunday? Partly crush the raspberries and add them to the remaining icing to stain it. Easy . Especially when combined with honey, I find 🙂 Would love to know what you think of this if you make it! Oh yay! 36 ratings 4.7 out of 5 star rating. Preheat the oven to 160°C. It’s nigh on impossible to do it afterwards! This one is especially nice as it has that nutty texture, but is really moist from the orange and honey syrup I’ve poured all over it! I have another couple of gluten free bakes coming up in the next few weeks, which you might like – watch this space!! Just carefully fold in the whites once you’ve mixed the rest of the ingredients together. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Not only is this cake totally delicious and ridiculously easy to make, but it also just so happens to be gluten free (because I’ve used polenta, not flour), dairy free (because I’ve used olive oil, not butter) and refined sugar free (because I’ve used honey, not sugar). Me too, Corina…do you think putting it on my blog is a big enough hint??? Did you use the glaze? I love this recipes but it doesn't actually explain about the syrup. Preheat oven to 180 degrees celsius (350F). Ingredients: For the cake 225g butter, softened 225g unrefined caster sugar 150g ground almonds 3 large free range eggs, beaten 150g polenta 1 level tsp gluten free baking powder 2 tbsp greek yoghurt Gradually whisk in the eggs, then add the ground almonds, polenta, lime juice and baking powder and carefully fold in until thoroughly combined. X, Hi Jessica! Place the pistachios in a food processor and pulse until coarsely ground (a bit coarser than almond meal). I did have far to much fun creating and photographing this one! I’m afraid in matters of taste it does come down to personal preference. I’ve never used polenta in cakes and you’ve inspired me! If not  CLICK here to download a copy of my FREE 4 Week Easy Dinners Meal Plan today! God bless! Pistachio & Raspberry Cake. The cake took over an hour to bake in our basic gas oven. This is beautiful Eb. Eb 🙂. Orange, Pistachio & Polenta Cake (adapted from recipes by Nigel Slater and Jamie Oliver) Makes one 20cm round cake. 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