My husband found this recipe in the Dallas Morning News and insisted that I make it - he did help by "throwing" the coconut on the top and sides of the cake! It was well worth the effort. The article named it "The glamour queen of confections".
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dawatha , 2 years agoDidn't turn out right!!! Cake fell apart..and the sugar syrup seized up on me...tried doing the icing with egg whites and sugar tht came.out ok but the whole cake its self was a mess.
drouchea , 2 years agoFairly easy and absolutely wonderfull! My family and guest loved this old-fashioned, from scratch, comfort cake.
Dragon22 , 3 years agoI have made it twice using exactly same ingredians you used , first time it comes really salty and the second time didnt put salf and it comes less salty but still salty. I do believe you should mension that the butter should not be salted butter
hanaaali , 3 years agoLinda..the icing on top is like an italian meringue frosting in that u pour the sugar syrup once ur done cooking it because the heat of the syrup will cook the eggs. But pour it in slowly and gently that way you dont scramble the eggs. :) i think ill make this for my uncle looks, he specifically asked for coconut cake and this is getting great reviews! Cant wait
Lindalovespink , 3 years agoCan anyone clarify if the sugar water needs to cool before adding to the egg whites? Like someone else, i am rating it 5 Stars based on looks & other reviews until I make this for myself - once I clarify how to make the Icing. Thank you kindly.
AnnMarieWhenham , 3 years agoMost excellent! A delicious cake that was more than worth the time and trouble. Thanks Beachbumette!
christia3 , 3 years agoBeautifull cake.easy to make.i used cream unstead of icing,as i dont like icing. I added coconut to tje cream.turned out great. Would make it again.