Wednesday, 13 February 2019

Mmmmmmmm Cake

Found a recipe to use up some of the jars of home made marmalade that have been stored since 2017. I don't eat it often because of eating less bread.
Also need to make use of the loaf tin liners that I won at the Bacton Produce show last year.



Sticky Marmalade Tealoaf

140g or approx third of a jar of marmalade
175g softened butter
175g light muscovado (brown) sugar
3 eggs, beaten
225g SR Flour
1tsp baking powder
2 tsp ground ginger ( I just used one as I was using orange and ginger marmalade)
1tsp mixed spice
100g chopped pecan nuts (optional)

Pre-heat oven to 180C/Gas4/Fanoven160C
Set aside 1 tablespoon of the marmalade in a cup or saucepan
Mix everything else together and  tip into prepared 2lb/1kg loaf tin and smooth the top.
Bake for  1 - 1¼ hours until a skewer comes out clean......... cover the top with foil for the last 15 minutes.
Warm the remaining marmalade in a microwave or on the hob until its soft then brush over the cake while it's still hot.

I'll add the recipe to the separate recipe page

This might be a good cake to make when I have to take cakes to WI.


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23 comments:

  1. That does sound tasty. I think I'll make some later today, as we've almost finished the fruit loaf I made at the weekend. Thanks for the recipe. X

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  2. Oh yum that cake sounds lovely. Shame I haven't got any homemade marmalade left. In fact, the last marmalade I made was one of your ideas...Mamade with a tin of grapefruit added, it was delicious. Unfortunately, husband's not allowed grapefruit anymore because of his medication.

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  3. Paddington Bear would definitely approve! It looks wonderful.

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  4. Mmmm - cake! Cake is off the plan at the moment but when I reach target maybe a bit now and again would work for me. Your cake looks wonderfuyl so I've copied off the recipe - hope that's OK.
    xx

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    1. That is the problem with making cakes - I have to eat them!

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  5. looks and sounds delicious, perfect timing as the last slice of cake mysteriously vanished while my back was turned yesterday.

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  6. Your cake looks delicious. I am going to Knit and Natter today we have it in the small garden centre in the village we usually make for charity. The lady who runs it makes cakes I always buy a piece for my afternoon tea.
    Hazel c uk

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  7. Cake looks delicious! I've used up my excess marmalade to make Orange Chicken. Recipe on my blog or loads of recipes on Pinterest :-)

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  8. found several jars of marmalade at the back of the cupboard so this is an idea , i also got a jar of some posh chocolate orange marmalade for xmas that is just wrong somehow, it might be better in a cake

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    1. I'm not sure about the sound of chocolate orange marmalade either. One or the other - yes.

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  9. It looks wonderfully sticky and a great way to use up the old marmalade.

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  10. I'll be trying that cake! Sounds delicious.. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. That’s my kind of cake, Sue. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  12. Oh my that looks so nice.
    At the moment I am waiting for a mincemeat cake to come out of the oven which I love but I think my next cake will be this one. Thanks for the recipe.
    Hugs-x-

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  13. Sounds and looks wonderful, what a great cake to use up excess marmalade.

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  14. That sounds delicious. I usually make a marmalade and chocolate cake but the ginger would be good.

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  15. This sounds like a lovely way to use up that marmalade. Enjoy.

    God bless.

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  16. This sounds wonderful, especially if made with a nice tangy orange marmalade. I think I'll have to give it a go :-)

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