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A87993364 - Red Currant Cake

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Tavaron da Quirm - Arts Editor

Entry: Red Currant Cake - A87993364
Author: Tavaron da Quirm - Arts Editor - U1314679

Just a short recipe from me. It's something even I manage to make so it must be easy. smiley - laugh


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Post 2

SashaQ - happysad and 'slightly mad'

smiley - snork Love the last line!

This is a useful recipe - I have seen redcurrant jelly, but this is another good use for the fruit smiley - ok

A useful Entry to link to would be A575750 How to Separate Eggs

The recipe looks clear to me as a novice cook. I wondered about Vanilla Sugar, but in the UK it seems Vanilla Extract is what would be used, and the amounts would be similar.

How big is the cake pan that you use?

smiley - ok


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Tavaron da Quirm - Arts Editor

I burnt that cake far too often already! smiley - laugh

I love red currant jelly. It's also great in double-decker cookies.

smiley - ok thanks, I added that, also added the size of the cake pan


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SashaQ - happysad and 'slightly mad'

smiley - ok


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You can call me TC

26 cm is a normal size for a cake in Germany and Austria. I'm not sure you can find cake tins that big in the UK.


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Tavaron da Quirm - Arts Editor

Oh, I wasn't aware of that. smiley - erm


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SashaQ - happysad and 'slightly mad'

I did some searches and found that 26cm is not as common as 20cm cake tins in the UK, but we could get one fairly easily, so I think it's fine smiley - ok


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Post 8

Tavaron da Quirm - Arts Editor

Thank you!smiley - smiley


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