Orange and chocolate are always a great combination and this is no exception; chocolate and orange batters are marbled together in a ring shaped cake.
Very moist and lovely orange flavour. Very easy and quick. I assumed it was 60g of dark chocolate. I thought the chocolate could have been a little stronger. - 06 Apr 2014
I give this recipe 2 stars because it is ture to the description that it is a moist and attractive cake. However that is the best I can say about this cake. If you are looking for a FLAVORLESS cake then you have found the perfect recipe. I"m not sure if there are mistakes in the recipe and semi-sweet chocolate should have been used as opposed to unsweetened. Also, even though I tripled the amount of orange zest used (I large, juicy navel oranges) the orange flavor was faint at best. The glaze gives this cake a special touch but cannot make up for the flavor that is seriously lacking. I agree that the combination of orange and chocolate marry well but in relation to this cake it was not a match made in heaven. - 02 Dec 2003 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
I made this cake in a bundt pan. Next time I would 1 1/2 x the recipe for a higher, fuller cake and cook longer. I substituted the plain yogurt with vanilla lowfat yogurt and for the liqueur I used about a teaspoon of orange extract and doubled the orange juice. Very flavorful cake, very moist. - 27 Jan 2006 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)