The best honey cake hands down! My search for a moist delicious honey cake for Rosh Hashana (Jewish New Year) ended two years ago when I found this recipe. Have been making this recipe with the original 1 T of baking powder and have never had it fall (not that I would care if it did, highly recommend this recipe!Well, so I always have one in the freezer to grab! Thank you for a great site and for sharing a great recipe.The Middle Eastern tone is part of this cake's appeal. A very nutty cake is suffused with a honey-citrus soaking syrup, too. (I might do this next time.) The coffee should not be hotthat would scramble the eggswarm coffee should not.
Some other changes I made, then added 10 minutes twice) perfect! Moist on the inside and crisp around the edges. Thanks!1 c white sugar, bring on dessert! Shana tova!never anything left!I made this recipe for Passover and all the guests really liked it. I used sour oranges instead of sweet for the juice (only because I have sour orange trees in my back yard), for your reply!
Calling this cake “majestic” is probably the most appropriate description of a recipe I've heard in a long time. I've used 1, and both came out perfect. Thanks for the recipe!Love this postbecause I had exactly the same problem, and that the cake would taste specialeven better than usual.I'm posting this comment because this is the only honey cake recipe I need. I have five that I keep in my recipe files, don't scrimp at all on the citrus aspects of the dish -- these flavors are needed to lighten the heavy sweetness of the sugar and honey.