Recipe here: http://www.joyofbaking.com/PlumCoffeeCake.html Stephanie Jaworski of Joyofbaking.com demonstrates how to make a Plum Coffee Cake.
Fresh Plums look so pretty sitting on top of a cake. You may think that plums, when cut in half, would dry out during baking but the opposite is true. A little sugar sprinkled on the top of the plums, along with the heat from the oven, causes the plums to soften and their juices to be released. So by the end of the baking time they have become wonderfully soft and almost jam-like with nicely caramelized edges. And the cake. Well, this cake is deliciously flavorful, and no electric mixer is needed to make the batter.
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