smitten kitchen ricotta cake

Clearly I didn’t read the instructions carefully enough :). Currently travelling but will get started on the green pancakes the second I’m home. Flavor is good, texture is odd, a bit granular. Place granulated sugar in a large mixing bowl. What a great use of my neighbor’s huge crop of blood oranges. At 45 mins, it’s slurry, so we’ll see in another 10 mins. So tasty and such great texture — will definitely make again! The photos are gorgeous, but the real life notes help the most. and all cornmeal. Used blood oranges and the cake was delicious! Lots of your recipes call for the zest of oranges/lemons. thanks!! I let it cool for 5 minutes, slid a knife around the edges, and flipped it on to the plate without incident. I’m much more cook than baker so not sure if silly question but what size cake pan should i use. I am a very experienced baker, having done it professionally at one point in my life, but I still didn’t feel certain when the sugar should be added to get Deb’s results. Always whip egg whites before egg yolks, so you don’t have to wash your beaters in the middle of prep. My cooking time was 45 minutes at 300 degrees, but I cooked it in a convection countertop toaster/roasting/baking oven. I’ve had a bag sitting on the shelf for a few months and would love to use it up. Can I use labneh or Mediterranean yogurt (similar to Greek yogurt, but slightly thicker and silkier)? I’m happy to report that I forgot to pack the almond flour…and it didn’t matter anyways, because I didn’t buy enough…and the cake still came out great. I ended up cooking for closer to 50 minutes (including the +5 minutes you suggested Deb! It’s also led to conversations I want more of in 2016, such as “well, if you’re around anyway, why don’t you stay for dinner and I’ll guinea pig a new recipe on you?”. Thank you!! No child liked it, but I would be lying if I said I was sad about that. I made it all almond. It came out perfectly at 45 minutes (toothpick came out clean at 40 minutes then 5 minutes more for good measure) at 300 degrees. Plus with all of the orange, I figure it’s healthy. -Just used lemon juice (1/3 cup as recommended) and no zest, still very flavorful Use a bit of the white sugar to help the whipped egg whites hold. Then mopped the floor and made a different cake since I was out of ricotta. This is an extremely forgiving recipe and made for a fun project during the snowpocalypse. Yummy! XOXO. It worked for me (twice) and also Prueitt’s. I made this yesterday for my gluten- and dairy-free spouse, using homemade almond “ricotta cheese” and Earth Balance buttery sticks for the dairy components. I suspect that the wide margin in the thickness of the ricotta being used might be the culprit in the varying cooking times/temps. I definitely wish I’d known to use fine, as I really think it would have made a much better texture. I’ve made it with blood oranges and yesterday, with Meyer lemon and some extra mixed citrus juice from lemons, limes and tangerines that had to be juiced or lost. I don’t see any baking soda/powder. For those of you curious about subbing all almond meal for cornflour: I made this cake entirely with cornflour as I could not find almond meal and was simply too lazy to blender up my almonds, and it was absolutely delicious! Disregard my previous post! https://www.thekitchn.com/the-best-gluten-free-cornmeal-ricotta-cake-258163 Thanks for any ideas! (Everything else was also yummy—thank you, Deb!) Never tasted blood orange and the combo really sounds interesting. Quick grab out of the oven, decanting the mixture back into a mixing bowl, stirring in the flour, then refilling the muffin cups and baking – about 40 minutes. Ever tried this with stone fruit like peaches or apricots? The butter, sugar, zest, and egg yolks are in the KitchenAid right now! Guess I need to make a third cake later this week…. Left it bake longer as per Deb’s suggestion and it came out perfectly. Can we just talk about the spring form pan and how we shouldn’t use it here?! My notes: I cut my oranges on a mandolin and that made it super easy to get the thin slices. Googled a cake recipe and came across an upside down cake using cornmeal. The balance of richness, slight bitterness from the blood orange and corn flour, not-too-sweet cake, and beautiful sweet caramel is just spectacular. I used a very fresh local ricotta which was slightly more moist and less dense than packaged but delicious. None here; it’s lifted by whipped egg whites. I used almond meal and it might gave been too course. I want to make this again because it’s naturally gluten free and the flavor was SOOOO great; I’m not sure if I should regrind the almond meal into flour, or if it was the corn, or both. Not that my belly cares. I also didn’t get a brown sugar slurry that would spread at all on my non-stick parchment, so I added a bit more water, and then a bit more brown sugar…in the end I probably added an extra 1/4 of brown sugar slurry and the juice from the orange slices made it all a bit wet, and I was worried it would throw off the balance of the cake…but it was absolutely delicious, and beautiful. Just perfect. Almond extract — Would be delicious here. I used a conventional cake pan (with the sheet of parchment as called out) and had no problem at all turning it out. I love this cake. I used a muffin tin to bake them. Also, it took a full hour to bake. I was terrified when I put the juice in and the batter looked like a broken mayonnaise, though! Delicious green pancakes on Monday and the mushroom Marsala bake on Tuesday (which may be the best thing I’ve made in months). In the end, i think the slurry kind of covered the oranges a bit, and my small half-slices were easy to cover :( I baked it for an hour at 300, then 15 more minutes at 325. Hi Deb, At 40 mins., it looked rather under-baked so I cranked the over to 350 for 10 more minutes. I normally don’t bake recipes with multiple ingredients or a very long recipe on weekdays. Thank you! My family won’t eat another strawberry summer cake (which is beautiful with gluten free flour and cornmeal subbed) and I’m looking for a new go-to summer dessert! 1 tablespoon (15 ml) sweet marsala wine or 2 tablespoons white wine (optional), 1 cup (250 grams) whole-milk ricotta cheese, 1 cup (170 grams) mini-chocolate chips or 6 ounces semisweet chocolate bar, chopped into tiny bits, 1/2 cup (60 grams) pistachios, chopped small. You just can’t screw this up. I’d refrigerate it, just to keep those oranges fresh. In the instructions, it never says to add the white sugar and zest. Oh my goodness- this looks absolutely amazing!! Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. I used a 10% milk fat (MF), 73% humidity ricotta. I can’t wait to make this for my book group this week. Stir brown sugar and water together so they form a thick slurry. I think you could double the blood oranges on top and decrease the sugar content in the batter as well – something to try next time. What does the cornmeal do for this recipe? I’m going to say that it’s probably worth editing the directions for clarity on the zest and sugar based on the comments from folks that have missed that step – us included. I STRONGLY recommend peeling the oranges- even with a very sharp knife, I couldn’t get the slices thin enough where the peel would be pleasant to eat. Perhaps a finer grain cornmeal would be more absorbent. Some tips: What a similar recipe to what I just made, only using blood oranges. Hooray and thank you! – This cake needs to bake longer or at higher heat. @Upsy – I make a polenta cake that is similar and have been successful using flax for eggs. anyway to adapt this for a passover dessert by using something other than cornmeal? My batter was very wet, which makes me suspect that perhaps I should have strained the cheese before adding it. I think this may have been due to two mistakes on my part. Sprinkle salt over batter, then add almond flour and cornmeal and mix until just combined. Change ). Whenever you are on a recipe that you’d like to see weights in that you do not, do me a favor and leave a comment asking and I will get to it next, usually within a day. For the blood orange, I used segments. (Mine wept) I just stirred it up in the container. If subbing cottage cheese, I’d recommend processing it first to get a smoother consistency. This looks so beautiful, I am making it tonight as a test (poor me) for a Valentine’s Dinner next month. Pour into prepared cake pan and spread thin. “Always whip egg whites before egg yolks, so you don’t have to wash your beaters in the middle of prep.” This is great advice, and I don’t know why I’ve never seen/heard it anywhere before. I have a work breakfast that I would love to bring this for but I work late. Maybe clementines? I linked back to January 2015 and found I had made almost all of the recipes – haha, figures, I’m addicted to SK. I suspect I am not alone in this thought. Any idea whether the cornmeal might be able to be replaced with more almond meal/flour? I just took it out of the oven and it appears to have turned out fine (baking time was 40 min.) I’ve got a dinner party in a couple weeks and now I know what I’ll be making for dessert. It can’t hurt to experiment, though. I’m not Deb, but I can assure you it’s totally normal for the mixture to look weird, like it’s breaking. Made it for a dinner party last night and it was fantastic and beautiful! Sorry to say this recipe’s a fail. Planning to make it for a dinner party but I’m wondering why I see sliced almonds in the pic with the cake pan? It did also take maybe an additional 30 minutes to bake but that could have been due to the course almond meal instead of flour I suppose. I’m going to do an almond-crusted version next, though I might miss the bitterness of the orange rind. Don’t put it in the queue; don’t save it on that to-cook-one-day list, just dive in and dig in. The result: Magic! I love that it isn’t too sweet, so this is the sort of cake that works nicely for breakfast, especially with the heft from the almonds. Can’t go wrong with this recipe. The cake was very moist but not undercooked at this time. Took your advice and made this the same day I saw the recipe! long time listener, first time caller. Reporting back about cottage cheese–Taste-wise and texture-wise it works, but aesthetically it’s a little weird. What a stunning cake m’dear! Here are my final notes for next time: But I thought it was a blood orange olive oil cake?? Big difference! I baked this over the weekend and already can’t wait to make it again! Question regarding the almond flour or meal: I do not have this at home and aside from this recipe, I expect I will have no future use for it. -I used ‘red navel’ oranges because that is what my farmers market had. I have a spot on oven and this took over an hour to bake. Tina — This cake gets its lift from egg whites. I am nuts for cabbage, even just the plain ‘ol green (white). Sep 18, 2018 - Why did I make this cake? And with those little people in your house, I wonder if you have discovered the children’s picture book “Mother Bruce”? Next trial will be to perhaps dip/coat the orange slices in the brown sugar slurry… in effect, isolate the caramelization, but reduce the overall sweetness. The oranges were covered with liquidy batter that I scraped off, and it looked very pretty. And this cake? I’m sorry the baking time seems to be so off. To brittany’s comment above, sadly all my caramel/brown sugar leaked, ( i did put some parchment paper underneath) leaving a very pale top.i also skipped the cornflour using only almond meal( ground almond in europe,), it took around an hour and still very moist. It looked great as I wanted a recipe with my homemade ricotta. I didn’t drain the ricotta cheese. I felt bad making a lot of modifications without trying it as written first, but was trying to work with what I had in my pantry and was happy that it turned out well regardless. This looks so decadent! Delicious! We had some left over and it was maybe even better the second day. This looks fantastic. Coat a standard (8 1/2-x-4 1/4″) loaf pan with butter or a nonstick spray. And they’re not chewy in a bad way? Thanks! No pretty upside down cake effect this time. I wanted a polenta/ricotta cake to go with a Mediterranean menu and of course went to you first — made this yesterday and it was a huge hit. I have had so many bad moods due to juicing before zesting. If any orange slices don’t come out easily, just gently arrange them on the top of the cake. Very satisfying. Thanks for sharing, Deb! ( Log Out /  Flavor wise it was excellent based on the custard like consistency I ate. Thanks! Loved it! Given the almond flour and cornmeal I would remake this at 350 for the time specified in the recipe. http://foodblender.org/blood-orange-almond-and-ricotta-cake/. I made this for a birthday dinner I hosted; went very well! I thought it was nice with tea, but not my personal favorite dessert. Like a handful of others, I found that baking at 300 for 45 minutes wasn’t adequate. Made this for Passover with all almond flour. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Not only is it something I’m trying to work on myself, but I did it TWICE this week with your own recipes! It was beautiful and delicious. Like a vitamin :). The final cake is so moist, almost damp, I found the extra baking time beneficial. I think that’s a great New Year’s Resolution to just “dive in and dig in.” I’ll make this ricotta cake tonight for desser. This cake is perfect. Dec 31, 2012 - Lemon ricotta cake courtesy of Smitten Kitchen Why one would ever combine almond meal and polenta, I don’t know…the texture was much more like underbaked cornbread, rather than cheesecake, and I don’t think all the baking time in the world could have helped it. The color of mine is darker (almond meal vs. flour? Article from smittenkitchen.com. Could one use part skim? We did not have almond flour so I used 1 cup of Pamela’s Pancake and Baking Mix instead and it was great. -My bake time took closer to 50 minutes. I needed to add nearly three and it was still difficult to spread, so I stuck the pan in the pre-heated oven for 30 seconds. A similar recipe on Epicurious bakes at 325 for 40-50 minutes. Followed your instructions to the letter & had no problems! Perhaps if you toast it first? I made two because I wanted to try one with the brown sugar/water mixed and one with regular sugar that I heated and made into caramel. I will be trying variations… Thanks Deb! Thanks again, Deb. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. And what size cornmeal do you recommend? I’ve made it this way and I’ve also made it with all almond flour (i.e. If anyone has any successful variations, with different fruit, for ex. Read Deb’s notes at the top of the recipe – she indicates that you can just use almond flour instead of cornmeal to make it kosher for Passover. First published January 14, 2016 on smittenkitchen.com |, refreshingly honest talk about being a working parent, Marta @ What should I eat for breakfast today, https://www.instagram.com/p/BAvGdJSvrV_/?tagged=polentacake, http://www.cookingthekitchen.com/almond-ricotta-cake/, http://www.ottolenghi.co.uk/orange-polenta-cake-shop, https://smittenkitchen.com/2011/02/blood-orange-olive-oil-cake/, https://www.instagram.com/p/BQ9KDnkg_Ht/?taken-by=aliciagriffin, http://thebarefoothousewife.com.au/upside-down-ombre-orange-cake/, https://inquiringchef.com/orange-and-honey-polenta-cake/. I guess I should have looked at all the photos first, but in the recipe I wasn’t sure that the sugar was to beaten with the butter at first. I made this with lemons, since lemons were what I had lying around, and didn’t bother correcting the sugar. Used dark brown sugar instead of light since that’s what I had, and 1) it wouldn’t spread, and 2) it came out very gloopy and you can’t see the orange slices, sad. This was even better on the second day when the rinds started to candy more! The brown sugar ended up caramelizing a wee little bit of the bottom of the oven. Ideas? Made it tonight and served it to guests. I’m not a big orange in desserts fan but I went back for a second slice with this cake! I didn’t see measurements listed for the orange zest or juice in the recipe. It did use orange blossom water which I love. Hey Deb – I made this, and while the flavor is great, the appearance is dismal. Scrape into prepared loaf. I even made homemade ricotta- as I had extra milk. Magnificent! And I do a little cheer for you every time I can tell from your Flickr/blog RSS that you’ve had a “see it, make it, snap it, write it up and go” verve! Thanks for sharing this one! I was nervous after seeing so many comments from folks who had trouble, but the directions (including baking time of 40+5mins) worked perfectly for me. Are those steamed buns in the picture? PS – I made your sour dough, kale and caramelized onion stuffing for Thanksgiving. Not too sweet and very flavorful, excellent with coffee or tea. Hi Deb, in the interest of measuring consistency 1/2 cup of b. I like that idea. Thank you for this very forgiving recipe! You do give these conversions at the top of your page, but it is not very practical nor rapid to use. Gorgeous! That sacrificed the whole orange look, but the rinds on these oranges were THICK and would probably not be very good so this was a reasonable compromise. don’t mind if i do. It was absolutely delicious. (Phew) I let it sit at room temperature for several hours before bringing it to a dinner party. This would be delicious served with an extra dollop of ricotta, creme fraiche or barely sweetened whipped cream. New here? but would allow a lot more time. Jul 6, 2018 - I realized this week that it has been way, way too long since I made a galette. What is cornmeal – we don’t have it in the UK? I just dumped it in. Stop. And then the cake was a little off. I made it! I’d make it again based on the good flavors and textures. Cool cake in pan on rack for 5 minutes, and then run a knife around the side and invert onto a cake plate. I’m sure that many of the folks who struggled with this recipe did everything right, including weighing ingredients… But it was a big wake-up call to me, and maybe this tip will help others, too? Thanks for posting! The brown sugar slurry was a little difficult to spread – it kept pulling back on the parchment paper and would gap and creep away from the edges. I did not have any light colored jam or jelly, so I used my orange blossom honey to glaze the top. WOW! The oven thermometer read 300 and I took it out when the toothpick came out clean, but even so, it seemed a bit underdone in my opinion. If I were a more serious baker, I’m sure I would have figured out the problem sooner, but I spent all morning baking, and now I am very sad. I just thought the zest was going to flavor the sugar while the other ingredients came together? It’s funny, isn’t it, that your adorable photo of your children was taken because you’re the one in charge of getting everyone out the door, with lunches packed, and off to school on time? The circle of parchment was juuuuusst too big and didn’t sit quite right as I poured in the brown sugar slurry, but I didn’t think much of it. I had to do a Cara Cara Orange slice in the center for two-tone prettiness, and that’s good because my blood oranges were smaller, and I didn’t get 1/3 C of juice from them, so used some Cara Cara juice as well. 1/2 teaspoon fine sea salt I have always had a weakness for ricotta and I am always on the lookout for any recipe that incorporates ricotta. I assume this is with the butter, but I didn’t notice until right before folding in the egg whites, so I added it in then. I’ve got a tub sitting in the fridge and this seems perfect! I love Italian cookies and cakes. I also opted not to use the jam glaze…the cake was beautiful without it, and I think it might have been a bit too sweet for me. This was delicious! The whole ones were closer to an 1/8 inch or more. My batter didn’t look anything like yours and it’s making me crazy! Aug 7, 2011 - One of the things that has surprised me the most as I’m chugging my way along to my manuscript’s finish line is how little clear my vision was for it from the beginning, and how little … It was a big hit! Wow. Next time I might try a non springform pan as it came out easily. Maybe just cannolis. Do you always use organic oranges and lemons? Do you think this could be made in a springform or will the sugar slurry likely leak out? Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window), Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window), Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window), Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window), Canoli Pound Cake and the love for Ricotta. The instructions were only a little confusing for me since I wasn’t using a hand mixed (alas, don’t have one, only a stand mixer); when I realized the sugar hadn’t been added, I scoured the steps and couldn’t find where to add the sugar, when it should’ve been in the bowl the whole time :) If it had said “add butter to the large mixing bowl containing your zested sugar” or something like that, I may have not missed it. Slicing the blood oranges with a good serrated bread knife did the best job sans mandoline. See my blog post about making this recipe at Next time I’ll take other commenters’ advice and bake at 325 for less time. December. Consequently the cake fell into several pieces when inverted. Science. It’s hilarious and particularly delightful for those of us who are more than a little food-obsessed. Because a neighbor had a sign out on the sidewalk with “Free Lemons” and a lovely offering, I wanted to say Thank You. When you get a chance, can you provide the info to make with lemons as well? Ok, maybe. It was great hot, but we much preferred it cold and on the second day. Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. From Bon Appetit, 4/18 issue, about the new edition coming out: “While the dishes at the fabled restaurant were flawless, the published recipes were…rather loosey-goosey. Otherwise, it had good orange flavor and the texture was much nicer than other GF cakes I’ve baked. -I served with a dollop of ricotta, but later had some with plain greek yogurt which was lovely. While it tasted good, it certainly looked unimpressive and there are a few things I would change for next time. 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