Tiffen Cake (fridge cake)

Tiffen Cake (fridge cake)
 
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Ingredients

Ingredients
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  • Dry Mix
  • 100g Almonds
  • 100g Hazelnuts
  • 200g Mixed Peel
  • 200g Glace Cherries
  • 150g Mixed Raisins/Sultanas
  • Zest of 3 citrus fruit such as lemon lime orange
  • 500g Digestive Biscuits
  • Note:You could soak the dry fruits in alcohol such as spiced rum no more than 50ml
  • You can also substitute things such as coconut shavings and other dried fruit products instead of raisins if you wish.
  • Melt Mix
  • 160g Milk Chocolate
  • 160g Dark chocolate
  • 120g Golden Syrup
  • 300G Butter (do not use margerine it must be real butter)
1.Cling a cake tin or baking tray of the depth/size you want.

2.Mix the dry mix together in a bowl making sure the biscuits are well crushed i prefer to blitz them in a food processor myself.

3.Put the melt mix in a bain marie, example in a metal bowl over a pot of lightly boiling water.
make sure it has fully melted.

4.Now mix the dry and wet mix together until fully incorpoated then put into the pre-prepared baking tray and stick it in the fridge.

If you get water in the wet mix add a spoonful of oil and mix it well it should return to a good consistency.

This is my personal favourite cake and as its so soft you can treat it like a usual cake and even add icing for a special birthday cake twist its incredibly rich and although highly fatening its full of goodness

Tiffen Cake (fridge cake)

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Method


1.Cling a cake tin or baking tray of the depth/size you want.

2.Mix the dry mix together in a bowl making sure the biscuits are well crushed i prefer to blitz them in a food processor myself.

3.Put the melt mix in a bain marie, example in a metal bowl over a pot of lightly boiling water.
make sure it has fully melted.

4.Now mix the dry and wet mix together until fully incorpoated then put into the pre-prepared baking tray and stick it in the fridge.

If you get water in the wet mix add a spoonful of oil and mix it well it should return to a good consistency.

This is my personal favourite cake and as its so soft you can treat it like a usual cake and even add icing for a special birthday cake twist its incredibly rich and although highly fatening its full of goodness
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