Fruit Cake to Serve with Cheddar Recipe is not tested
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created: 2014/01/18 changed: 2016/12/04

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Fruit Cake to Serve with Cheddar

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Ingredients

12 portion(s)

Fruit Cake
  • 300g Strongly brewed chai tea, (If using a T bag, use 2 T bags)
  • 100g unsalted butter
  • 300g Currents
  • 100g prunes, pitted
  • 100g mixed peel
  • 100g castor sugar
  • 230g plain flour, or gluten free flour, like buckwheat flour
  • 1ts bicarb soda
  • Aged Cheddar, to serve
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Recipe's preparation

    Fruit Cake
  1. Heat oven to 160 degrees.

    Place prunes into the TM bowl Closed lid & press the turbo button a couple of times. Add the tea, butter & other dried fruit cook for 7 mins 100 degrees Counter-clockwise operation speed 1. Add sugar & mix for 2 secs Counter-clockwise operation speed 4. Let mix cool before adding the flour & bicarb soda & then mix for 5 secs on speed 4. scrape down sides of bowl if needed & repeat. 

    Place mixture into a small lined & greased cake tin & bake for 1 hr or until cooked, allow to cool & serve slices with a wedge of vintage cheddar.

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Tip

I came across a version of this many years ago in a gourmet traveller magazine. You can use any fruit you like try dried figs too, or you may prefer english breakfast or earl grey tea.

It may seem like a weird combo but trust me & try it. Let's face it everything with cheese is just delicious!! & it will be a great talking point when you serve it up to guests!!


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