This cake is SO. EASY. TO. MAKE!!! And..the taste is absolutely amazing! All you need to do is mix the ingredients and bake, and the result is second...
Fresh and light, this tea cake is perfect for anytime you're craving something sweet, but not toooo sweet.
The lovely thing about the Mamablip Orange and Ricotta cake is its lightness, and adaptability for overall citrus variety fruits. If you're lucky enough to get your hands on some glorious Sicilian blood oranges, defiintely use those here! If you've got lovely navel oranges, use those.
Representing a healthy, light and simple approach to dessert or sweet snacking, there's just nothing about this tea cake not to love! Grab an orange, and get cracking! Orange and Ricotta quick bread was never so quick, or so delicious!
Using up some seasonal citrus is such a great feeling for your taste buds and your body, so if you're looking to learn more about how to use your seasonal citrus in Italian cooking, be sure to check out the Mamablip Citrus recipes, as well as our Blog articles, Italian Citrus Fruits Part 1 and Classic Citrus Fruits Part 2 ), and how to use Italian Citrus in a variety of different ways. You'll become a pro with Mamablip to lead the way towards cooking like a real Italiano!
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for 4 servings
In a big bowl mix ricotta and sugar and amalgamate well.
Add the eggs and the zest from the oranges and amalgamate again.
Put the mixture in a baking tray covered with baking paper and put in oven, preheated at 320F and bake for 20 minutes.
Let cool and serve with fresh fruit, berries or chocolate sauce.
tania Monday 22nd of February 2021
Easy and amazing
This cake is SO. EASY. TO. MAKE!!! And..the taste is absolutely amazing! All you need to do is mix the ingredients and bake, and the result is second to no other!
Rachel Sunday 18th of April 2021
Are you placing the parchment paper on top of the cake or lining the baking pan with the parchment paper? Also what size baking sheet do you use? I am so looking forward to making this!