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Basic Fruit Cake

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Basic Fruit Cake

Post  carolann on 31.12.09 18:31

Does anyone have a recipe for this

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Carol Ann

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Re: Basic Fruit Cake

Post  Admin on 31.12.09 20:13

Hi Carol Ann,
there is a recipe here [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

Is that any good to you ?


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Basic Fruit Cake

Post  wimplebum on 31.12.09 21:54

Hi Carolann,

Reeta has given you a link to a good recipe. Another one, which I have not put up yet is very basic:

4 oz Butter/Margarine
4 oz Sugar
4 oz Self Raising Flour
2 Eggs
2 oz Mixed Fruit (can be more if you like)
Little milk

Cream butter and sugar
Mix in eggs one at a time
Fold in Flour
Mix in fruit and if you like, ½ tsp mixed spice
Add milk little by little to get a dropping consistency.

Next is one of 2 different things:
Single cake
Grease a ring cake tin. Put mixture into tin and make it roughly level. Cook at about 180C for about 25 minutes or until a knife/skewer inserted into cake comes out clean.
Leave to stand for about 5-10 minutes, then turn onto wire rack to cool.

Or
Muffins
Grease some ovenproof ramekins
Half fill with mixture.
Cook at about 180C for about 25 minutes or until a knife/skewer inserted into cake comes out clean.
Leave to stand for about 5-10 minutes, then turn onto wire rack to cool.

This recipe can be varied with fruit/chocolate/coconut etc etc. Its very versatile. I use virtually the same recipe in the microwave, cooking for about 5 minutes but does not brown

Hope this helps

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Post  carolann on 01.01.10 11:40

Many thanks ,, looks as if its just the job,, will give it a try

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Post  carolann on 01.01.10 11:45

Many thanks,looks good.

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Re: Basic Fruit Cake

Post  Dorismay on 21.06.10 17:52

Hi Carol. Did you make the fruit cake? Please would share with us how it turned out. I would like to try making it.. Chef

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Re: Basic Fruit Cake

Post  junie on 24.06.10 15:53

Hi Dorismay

Unfortunately Carolann hasn't visited us since mid January so we don't have an answer for you at the moment. Sad

Perhaps you would be kind enough to let us know how you get on if you decide to try the recipe. please

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Post  Dorismay on 25.06.10 4:46

Hi June. I`m still waiting for my HO to arrive. lol!

I`ve been checking out recipes ready for when it does get here.
I can`t wait to get started. Chef

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