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    The All new DWD recipe thread!

    IF you have any recipes to share this is the place to do it!

    Looking forward to seeing what you all share!
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    This is Mira's Grandma's cake:

    Ingredients:

    200 gram butter (soft)
    200 gram caster sugar
    3 eggs
    50 gram milk
    200 gram self-raising flour
    10 gram custard
    1 packet of vanilla sugar
    tiny pinch of salt

    The tin I use to bake this is 28 cm by 10 and 8 cm deep.

    Mix the soft butter and sugar to a white cream at high speed. Add the eggs one at a time with a bit of time in between.
    Then add the milk. Add sifted flour, custard and a pinch of salt.
    Mix it on the highest setting.

    put it in the tin. Make it smooth and then in the center of the oven for 70 minutes at 140 degrees celcius. After this time I take it out and wrap
    it in aluminium foil and let it cool down.

    This is a great basis. My mum loves lemon. So I add lemon extract and put a lemon juice, powdered suger topping on it. Or as we have stroopwafels in holland. I crumble a few up and
    mix it in.

    Endless posibilities. But the basis is awesome as well. A little moist but not to much.

    I have tried a lot of different ones. I feel the secret ingredient is the custard. It changes the whole thing from bland to awesome.
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    I hope this thread will go on and on. This weekend I am going to try and bake some cookies that originated where i am from. The people were poor and had no ovens back then so they backed them in a frying pan. If it works i will post it here how it went.

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    I'll try to add some over the weekend!
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    Has anyone a recipe for a red velvet cake? I have a desperate longing for a little bit.

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    OO Hazel has a recipe for that - I'll ask her in the morning!
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    I'm trying a spiced apple cake soon so if it works I'll share the recipe
    Tn prdu, jhami s rcbro

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaquaia View Post
    I'm trying a spiced apple cake soon so if it works I'll share the recipe
    How did it turn out Jaq? I have a good recipe for spiced apple cake - or rather cinnamon and apple cake - they sell at the shop. It's really easy.

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    I'll add my brownie recipe tomorrow! Never fails and I even made it vegan today and it still worked brilliantly!
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    I've not tried it yet! Will try and do it at the weekend
    Tn prdu, jhami s rcbro

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