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Monday, October 6, 2008

Fruit Cake





FRUIT CAKE

Ingredients A :

500 gm mixed fruit (add 2 tablespoons flour and mix well)

Ingredients B :

250 gm butter
1 tablespoon ovalette
150 gm castor sugar
5 nos large eggs

Ingredients C :

230 gm top flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 I/2 teaspoon bicarbonate soda
1 tablespoon Sunquick orange
1 teaspoon mix fruit paste

Method :

1. Cream butter, ovalette and sugar till fluffy. Add in eggs, one at a time.
2. Add in Sunquick orange and mix fruit paste. Mix well.
3. Sift together flour, baking powder and bicarbonate of soda.
4. Fold dry ingredients into the butter mixture.
5. Fold in the mixed fruits.
6. Pour the mixture into a prepared tin, lined with baking paper.
7. Bake in a preheated oven at 180 C for 45 minutes or until golden brown.

This recipe is adapted from Chef Tania's Fruit Cake with Pudding Flavour . Thank you Chef Tania for sharing this nice and easy to prepare recipe.

15 comments:

  1. Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri Maaf Zahir Dan Batin.......

    OOO...kak Ma dh pindah umah ye... cantik la blog ni....sya pn teringin jg nk berblog ni tp takut x sempat nk update je....

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  2. Salam lebaran Mama, masih beraya lagi ke? Antar sikit fruit cake tu..Ummi xda kek lgsung kat rumah..sume bwk balik kampung..licin..hehe...

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  3. Salam mamafami..

    Selamat hariraya aidil fitri..
    Thanks for visiting my blog.. Makanan kat dalam blog ni semuanya nampak sedap-sedap belaka.. Nanti boleh la nak cuba resepi-resepi kat dalam blog ni ye..

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  4. Mamaaaa..pindah umah baghu kaaaa..???selamat hari raya mamaaaaaa..maaf zahir batin mama kot2 tersalah kata dikala mengomen di fp mamaaa...apapun saya sgt la terlioq tgk fruitcakes tu mama oiii..nyum2x..happy bday to syahmi oso...!!!

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  5. Oh, I cant believe i stumbled upon your blog so late! You are so kind in sharing so many wonderful recipes. May I know what is fruit mix? I would love to try this some day.

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  6. Also do you use a 8in baking pan for this? Thanks.

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  7. baayah :
    Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri buat Baayah sekeluarga.

    Mama tak pindah rumah. Tapi ada dua rumah je... hehehe.. saja suka-suka...

    ummi :
    Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri buat Ummi sekeluarga. Bila dah balik KL ni, dah tak beraya sangatlah. Letih beraya di kampung tak abis lagi. Hehehe... Fruit cake tu pun, mama bawak balik kampung, bagi mak. Kat rumah ni, pun tak de kek sebab lom ke kedai beli telur. Mood belum datang la...

    Tirana :
    Waalaikumussalam Tirana. Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri buat Tirana sekeluarga juga. Thanks for visiting mine as well.

    Mama Ca :
    Tak pindah aih.... buat extention je... hehehee... Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri buat Mama Ca sekeluarga na. Mama pun nak minta maaf kot ada yang terkasaq komen ka apa. Biasalah kadang-kadang kalau dah excited nak komen, lupa segala! Terima kasih wish Syahmi na.....

    FAMILY FIRST :
    Better late than never! Thank you for stumbling upon my blog ;-). It's a pleasure to share the little knowledge that I have with as many as possible.
    Fruit mix are dried fruits such as red cherries, green cherries, raisins, sultanas mixed together. We can get them at the bakery supplies shops and maybe at the big supermarkets.
    You can use an 8 x 8 inch square tin to bake this cake.

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  8. Thanks for your reply. I like your blog so I have just linked you to mine. Mind to exchange links? Also I meant to ask you what is mix fruit paste?

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  9. family first :
    Thank you for linking my blog to yours. Mix fruit paste is yellowish in color. Liquid form. Can be found at a bakery supplies outlets. I bought mine from one of the shops in Malacca when I went back to visit my parents.

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  10. salam mama..
    nampak gebe betui kek buah tuh....kalaulaaa dpt resepi kek ni b4 open house aritu leh wat sebijik tuk jamu2...mmg x penah miss kek buah kalau raya kt masia tp dek kerana omputih nyer kek buah sume buh arak so xle laaa nak rasa :-(
    selamat hari raya!
    maaf zahir batin...

    psst: swiss roll i dah jd apam balik wakakakakaa

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  11. Fruit cake looks awesome. This looks simple and easy version. Will try this soon. Bookmarked!

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  12. family first :
    Most welcome

    shima :
    Waalaikumussalam. Tak apa Shima, nanti bila-bila Shima free, bolehlah cuba buat kek buah ni ye... pstt.. cantik apa swiss roll Shima tu...

    kitchen flavours :
    Can't wait to see your fruit cake!

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  13. alamak Mama Fruit Cake my Fav....:-)
    Bleh try ni LOL....

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  14. I found a great deal of helpful information above!
    parti québécois

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