Royal Rich Tea Tiffin Veg CD CBF
20mins plus setting
Apparently there will be two wedding cakes on
offer at the royal wedding on 29th April 2011. Prince William has
chosen to have an unbaked chocolate biscuit groom's cake, whilst his bride
to be, Kate Middleton, is in charge of the "normal" tiered fruit wedding cake.
Although the groom's cake will be made to a
secret royal recipe, here's our version of what basically sounds like Tiffin - a
no-bake, chocolate, biscuit, tray, refrigerator cake. Here's our
version for you to try.
1x20cm/8-inch Square Tray Cake Cold
Vegetarian Fruit Cakes Baked Fayre
225g/8oz Rich Tea
50g/2oz Glace Cherries, quartered
50g/2oz Good Quality Plain Chocolate, roughly chopped
3 tbsp Cocoa Powder
4 tbsp Golden Syrup
1. Line a 20cm/8-inch cake tin with a double layer of clingfilm, making sure you
leave an overhang of film over the sides to facilitate removing the cake once
2. Break the
biscuits into small pieces into a large mixing bowl. The pieces shouldn't be too
small as they should be discernable in the finished cake.
3. Add the sultanas, cherries and chopped chocolate to the biscuits and mix
well. Set aside.
4. Melt the butter in a large saucepan, then add the sugar, cocoa powder and
golden syrup and heat gently, stirring, for 1-2 minutes.
5. Add the biscuit mixture into the saucepan and stir until well mixed.
6. Press the mixture into the lined tin, smoothing with the top with the back of
a spoon. Allow to cool
7. Cover with extra clingfilm or some aluminium foil and place into the
refrigerator for a minimum of 2 hours to set.
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