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Steamed Fruit Cake



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  • Please enter the ingredients in the following order: 100 g Raw Sugar 250 g Milk 200 g Mix Fruit 15 g Butter or Margarine 1 teaspoon Bicarbonate of soda 150 g S.R. Flour
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    Preparation 10min
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Line basket with a pudding cloth or a piece of Calico or Muslin.

    Weigh S.R flour into a small bowl. Set aside.

    Place sugar, milk, mix fruit and butter into Thermomix bowl. Cook for 5 minutes at  100 Degrees, Reverse +  speed 1.

    Set back onto cook for 30 seconds  at  100 degrees, Reverse +  speed 1 and add Bicarbonate of soda into the bowl let it fizz up to close to the top of the bowl.

    Set to  speed 3 and quickly add the S.R. Flour to blend in, mix for  10 - 15 seconds  until combined.  Do not over mix.

    Remove the mixture and put it into cloth and wrap tightly at the neck, secure with a cut off from your calico or a rubber band.

    Clean Themomix Bowl and add 650g of water. place basket into Thermomix Bowl and steam for  60 Minutes at 100 degrees at speed 1. with MC in lid

    Check water level (do not let the bowl  boil dry) and steam for another  60 Minutes at 100 degrees at speed 1.  with MC in lid   (total of 2 hours steaming) 





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Can be hung for up to a month or eaten straight away.

Serve by itself or with custard.

The original recipe is from my Aunty, Elaine Wills from Tasmania, which I have converted into a Thermomix Recipe.

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  • Is this recipe more like a

    Submitted by HerMix on 1. September 2011 - 12:29.

    Is this recipe more like a pudding than a cake?

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