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Rich dark fruit cake recipe

RecipesDish typeCakeCakes with fruitFruit cakeThis moist, fruit-rich cake is so packed with flavour that you will not notice it has none of the fat of traditional recipes. Makes a great base for a Christmas or wedding cake - decorate as you like.360 people made thisIngredientsServes: 32 375 g (13 oz) ready-to-eat stoned prunes6 tablespoons brandy, sherry or orange juice200 g (7 oz) soft dark brown sugar4 eggsFinely grated zest of 1 large lemonFinely grated zest of 1 large orange350 g (12 oz) plain white flour2 teaspoons baking powder1 teaspoon ground mixed spice750 g (1 lb 10 oz) luxury mixed dried fruit4-6 tablespoons skimmed milkMethodPrep:30min ›Cook:2hr ›Ready in:2hr30minHeat the oven to 180°C (350°F, gas mark 4).

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Roasted Meat-Stuffed Onions with Tamarind and Butter New recipes

Roasted Meat-Stuffed Onions with Tamarind and Butter

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F.Bring a pot of water to a boil. Cut each onion down one side from the top to the bottom and pop them into the boiling water for about 10 minutes, until they are soft and begin to unravel. Drain and refresh the onions and separate the layers.In a bowl, pound the meat, slapping it down into the bowl.

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Kombu Celery

Kombu Celery Recipe The crunchy, salty, sesame-drenched celery sticks at Bar Goto in New York are so good, you’ll forget they’re made from vegetables.Ingredients5 celery stalks, strings removed, cut into 3x½-inch sticks1 tablespoon toasted sesame oilToasted sesame seeds (for serving)Recipe PreparationToss celery, furikake, sesame oil, and soy sauce in a small bowl to coat.

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11 Things You Can Do to Improve a 40-Cent Bag of Ramen (Slideshow) New recipes

11 Things You Can Do to Improve a 40-Cent Bag of Ramen (Slideshow)

Just because it’s cheap, doesn’t mean it has to taste that wayAdd Some Miso PasteTruthfully, miso paste is pretty expensive. However, a little bit of miso goes a long way, so in the long run you get more bang for your buck. On top of that, miso has a buttery, savory flavor that you can’t really get anywhere else.

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A Power Breakfast for a Dorm-Dweller

Are you tired of waiting forever at Leo’s for eggs or an omelette? It’s easy to make awesome egg recipes right in your common room or apartment, and all you need is a microwave. Eggs are a protein-packed choice for a power breakfast or even a mid-day snack without even needing to turn on the stove. Cooking an egg in the microwave may sound pretty funky, but it’s a speedy way to whip up a delicious meal that you can take on the go.

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Endive Cups with Blue Cheese, Celery, and Croutons New recipes

Endive Cups with Blue Cheese, Celery, and Croutons

Endive Cups with Blue Cheese, Celery, and Croutons Recipe Eating your veggies is a lot easier when there& 39;s cheese and fried bread involved. If you& 39;re not a blue cheese person, any firm, flavorful cheese—think Parm or aged cheddar—would slay here.StepsSlice root ends off 2 endive.

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