- 500 grams Sugar (white or raw)
- 4 Eggs, room temperature
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract or essence
- 250 grams apple juice, or pear juice
- 250 grams light EVOO
- 470 grams plain four
- 1 heaped teaspoon baking powder
- 300 grams frozen raspberries (or fresh), or frozen blueberries
Set oven to 170c NO FAN. Grease & line the base and sides of a deep tin about 30cm X 20cm.
Make paper higher on the long sides to enable you to lift the cake out of the tin.
I line my tin longways and crossways. (ie twice).
Put sugar in bowl, process to fine castor sugar, 10sec Sp 9.
Insert Butterfly and add eggs and Vanilla. - MC off Speed 4 until pale and thick. 5+mins
"Gentle stir setting" Add oil and juice while running 10secs
Add flour and baking powder 5secs speed3 - JUST TO COMBINE
Pour two thirds into prepared tin, sprinkle with half frozen fruit, pour remaining mixture over and remainder of fruit on top.
Bake 50 - 60 mins (check after 40)
Should be golden in colour and spring back slightly when touched.
Leave in tin for 10 mins before using baking paper to lift out.
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You can halve the sugar which changes the texture.
Make sure the sugar is dissolved completely before adding the other ingredients
Makes a big cake which feeds an army (?).
Can also be made up as muffins.
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