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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

French Yogurt Cake with Marmalade Glaze

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The weather was cold and outside it was pouring rain, but in my kitchen, the sweet, piquant smell of lemons was wafting throughout as the French Yogurt Cake baked. No wonder the French home cooks bake this cake-it's so easy, delicious and versatile. The cake is perfect with a lemon marmalade glaze, but can be split and filled with lemon cream, spread with jam, or can be transformed into a luscious strawberry shortcake.

Almond meal replaced the ground almonds and I found that heating the lemon marmalade first before straining it gave me a little more glaze. Thanks to Liliana from My Cookbook Addiction for choosing such a lovely cake for this edition of Tuesdays with Dorie. You can find the recipe on her blog.

11 comments:

Linda said...

Your beautiful photos scream springtime! I loved this cake.

Isabelle said...

tu as raison lynne, ce gâteau était aussi agréable à cuire, qu'à déguster !
tes photos sont fabuleuses :)

chocolatechic said...

The picture of your lemons....wonderful.

mybakingheart said...

Gorgeous photos - the cake looks divine! :)

Joie de vivre said...

Your pictures are so colorful and lovely!

Teanna said...

So so so so so gorgeous! I absolutely LOVE your photos!

TeaLady said...

OH! I agree it would make a wonderful strawberry shortcake. Great idea. And great cake.

mike said...

That's one nice photo! Love it - it really captures the essence of the cake!

duodishes.com said...

Reading all of the recipes for this cake inspired us to make one last night...a little different than the rest, but still tasty! Amazing photos, by the way.

Flourchild said...

Great looking cake..nice blog too!

Engineer Baker said...

I absolutely love that first pic - the berries are perfect on top. Beautiful!

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