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4 ingredients christmas cake/pudding..
on the today show last weekend or the week before??


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#1 starr**29

Posted 19 December 2009 - 06:56 PM

Hey..i am looking for the christmas cake or christmas pudding recipe the 4 ingredients girls did last weekend on the ch9 today show, was a sat or sunday. Cant find it on the today or 4 ing. websites. It was soooo simple, a cake that you had to boil and came out looking fabulous...if you can help me please do..was only fruit and flour, and the other ingredients i cant remember!! thanks x

#2 AxeTheMax

Posted 19 December 2009 - 07:22 PM

Look like this is it here

Found this one too while looking for it:

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FRUIT CAKE DELICIOUS!

1kg mixed fruit

2 cups fruit juice or cold organic tea of choice

2 cups organic self raising flour

Soak fruits in juice/tea overnight. Stir flour into soaked fruit and mix well. Spoon mixture into a 22cm lined cake tin.

Preheat oven to 125C.

Bake for 2 – 2½ hours in the bottom of your oven or until cooked through. Remove and leave to cool.

Place in an air tight container or wrap in alfoil. Optional: Add a shot of your favourite tipple (sherry, brandy, rum).




#3 starr**29

Posted 19 December 2009 - 07:34 PM

wow, thanks for looking for that!! sounds good, i dont think it is the exact one i saw, but if i cant find it i will give this a go, sounds really nice...cheers!!
The one i saw was boiled, and you had to put flour in the calico before putting the cake mix in as it gives it a 'moulded' look to it, like icing has been poured on it...(really bad description here!!)
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#4 AxeTheMax

Posted 19 December 2009 - 08:38 PM

There is also a link in my pp with this recipe:

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Ingredients (serves 8)

    * 2 cups self-raising flour
    * 1 cup caster sugar
    * 1kg dried mixed fruit
    * 1 tablespoon bicarbonate of soda

Method

   1. Combine flour, sugar and fruit in a large bowl. Combine bicarbonate of soda and 2 cups hot water in a large jug. Add bicarbonate mixture to fruit mixture. Using a flat-bladed butter knife, mix until combined. Cover with plastic wrap. Store in a cool place overnight.
   2. Wearing rubber gloves, dip a calico cloth in boiling water. Boil for 1 minute. Remove cloth. Squeeze out excess water. Spread cloth on bench. Rub 1/2 cup plain flour into centre of cloth to cover around 40cm in diameter (leave flour a little thicker in the centre of cloth where the 'skin' on the pudding will need to be thickest).
   3. Stir pudding mixture. Place in centre of cloth. Gather cloth around pudding, avoiding deep pleats. Tie cloth tightly with string as close to mixture as possible. Pour water into a large saucepan until two-thirds full. Bring to the boil over high heat. Reduce heat to medium. Gently lower pudding into water. Suspend pudding by tying string to pan handles. Ensure water covers pudding at all times (add more boiling water if needed). Cover with a tight-fitting lid. Boil for 3 hours.
   4. Remove pudding from pan. Place in a colander. Remove string and carefully start peeling back cloth, scraping the 'skin' back onto the pudding with a palette knife if necessary. Invert pudding onto a plate. Peel cloth away completely. Stand for 15 minutes. Serve.

Notes & tips

    * Serve with custard, brandy cream, double cream or ice-cream.
    * If calico cloth is new, soak in cold water overnight. Drain, squeezing out excess liquid. Bring a large saucepan of water to the boil. Boil cloth for 20 minutes. Rinse well. Cloth will be ready for use.

Taste.com.au has everything you need for Christmas including Christmas gift ideas like truffles and rum balls, Christmas menu plans and handy video how to tips.
Source

Super Food Ideas - December 2008, Page 23
Recipe by Kim McCosker & Rachael Bermingham


#5 starr**29

Posted 19 December 2009 - 09:27 PM

Thats it!!! Thanks so much!!!
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