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Rhubarb Cake

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8 portion(s)

  • 1 Cinnamon Stick, plus 20gm Raw Sugar
  • Rind of 1/2 Lemon, plus 20g Self-Raising Flour
  • 60g Butter
  • 280g Brown Sugar, firmly packed
  • 2 eggs
  • 130g self-raising flour
  • 150g plain flour
  • 240g Sour Cream, or Natural Yogurt
  • 500g Rhubarb, roughly chopped in 2cm pieces
  • 70g Brown Sugar, firmly packed
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Preheat oven to 180 C.

    Grease deep 23cm round cake pan, line base with Baking paper.

    Break the Cinnamon Stick into four pieces and mill with raw sugar for 1 min on Speed 10.  Set aside Cinnamon Sugar.

    Use a peeler to make strips from the half of Lemon.

    Place the Lemon strips and self-raising flour in the TM Bowl and mill for 15 seconds on speed 9.

    Add butter, brown sugar and eggs and mix for 20 secs on speed 5.

    Add flours, one tablespoon of cinnamon sugar, sour cream and mix for 20 secs on speed 5.Stir in Rhuburb on Reverse, about 1 minute on speed 2.

    Spead cake mixture into prepared pan, sprinkle with remaining Cinnamon sugar and extra Brown Sugar.

    Bake in oven for about an 1 hour.  Check its cooked by inserting a skewer.  When is comes out clean its done.  Stand cake in pan for 5 minutes, turn onto wire rack to cool.





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  • I recommend only cooking for

    Submitted by Clairemarmion on 28. October 2015 - 17:21.

    I recommend only cooking for one hour with a fan forced oven. I pulled it out at 70 minutes (20 minutes early) and it was already too dry. 

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  • Add at least 1 minute to time

    Submitted by JennBow on 9. May 2015 - 15:51.

    Add at least 1 minute to time when mixing in rhubarb.  10 seconds is not long enough so just break down into 30 second intervals until it is mixed through properly

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