Lemon Chiffon Cake
Occasionally a recipe wildly exceeds my expectations. This Lemon Chiffon cake is one of those recipes. Chiffon cakes, if you've never tried one, are a cousin to angel food cakes. (Unlike Angel food cakes, Chiffon cakes use egg yolks along with whipped egg whites.) A good chiffon cake should moist and ethereally tender.
This recipe, if I do say so myself, is all of those things and more. It produces a cake that is fair better than any gluten-filled chiffon cake I've ever eaten. The cake is so wonderfully tender and flavorful! My husband said, "It is as light as a cloud." To which I replied, "I don't think clouds are this light. It is lighter than a cloud."
When one starts comparing a recipe to clouds, you know they are in love. . . . (to read the remainder of this article, please log in below.)