Rice Cooker Upside-Down Orange Delicacy

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    This recipe became quite popular, so we decided to give it a try and see what’s so special about this cake and you know what, it’s very nice.

    It’s really easy to make, great looking from the outside, and delicious, this Rice Cooker Upside-Down Orange Delicacy is something we will continue making in the future.


    Rice Cooker Orange Upside-Down Cake
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    Easy to make orange cake, simple as that.
    Rice Cooker Orange Upside-Down Cake
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    Easy to make orange cake, simple as that.
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    8servings 40minutes
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    40minutes
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    Instructions
    1. In a large bowl, combine sugar and cream cheese. Add eggs to the mixture and whisk until combined.
    2. Add orange zest (half of the orange) and lemon juice. Whisk until it's well combined.
    3. Add pancake mix and melted butter, and whisk some more until the batter is smooth.
    4. Grease the bowl of rice cooker with butter.
    5. Sprinkle that one tbsp of sugar you left aside and coat the bowl well.
    6. Slice orange into 7 thin slices and lay on the inside of the bowl.
    7. Pour the batter over the oranges, and cook for 40 minutes.
    8. After cooking is finished, place a plate over the bowl of rice cooker and carefully flip the bowl upside-down so that the cake slides onto on the plate with the orange slices on top.
    9. Serve and enjoy!

    RECIPE NOTES & TIPS:

    Because most of the citrus fruit have similar texture, you can try this recipe with a blood orange, or if you like acidity and bitterness which some citruses brings to the table, you can even try with grapefruit or lemon. You'll need to add some more sugar. We will try and let you know.

    If you get slightly burnt color on the orange slices on the orange slices, don't worry, it doesn't affect the taste at all.

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    Mike Pirano, chef who is specialized in Italian cuisine. Throught his travels accros all regions of Italy he mastered vast viriety of pasta dishes. Besides his undisputed cooking skills, his sence of humor is something that gets us all going every single day. His love of football and wine is now well known, but exact ingrediens of his marinara sauce is something he will not share with anyone.

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