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This is interesting ~ Calamasi replacing lemons ... but it sure looks rich and moist ! Is this meant to be a pound cake ? How come the surface looks so neat without a cracked top ?!
Hi Joyce, it's something like a pound cake but because the eggs whites are beaten separately, it has a fluffier texture and not as dense as a normal pound cake.
Lovely cake! I bet it tastes very yummy! :)
nice combi! the texture is divine!
The crumbs looks so fine... I bet it tastes fantastic...
The cake look really soft and moist. I like adding citrus to my cake too. I just planted a calamansi and hopefully it will survive our weather here and give me some fruits :)
is my first time visiting your blog and i LOVE your bakes! is all so yummy! this cake looks especially soft and refreshing! (:
Hi all, thanks for dropping by:) This cake was indeed soft and really moist due to the yoghurt. I must say, at first I was a little unsure on how the taste will turn out substituting the calamansi limes for the lemon. My fear was allayed as it turned out just as good...maybe a tad sweeter as the calamansi limes were not as sharp as lemons. My Daughter loves this cake and thought it tasted like cream cheese! Haha!
don't forget me... leave me a piece please...
very nice one =)