You are welcome. Simply leave out the cardamon if you dont have access to it. Thanks.
(13) 1/4 Teaspoon Ground Ginger
(1) Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
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(7) Add the eggs one at a time, mixing after each addition.
Thank you from Kerala. That is my blog. I will try this for sure. My aunts were great cooks as was my grandmother. My aunt’s sister had published several cook books too. I remember their baking and curing cakes. I have soaked some fruits and was too scared to try my hand. It is years since I did any significant cooking. Children grown and I old diabetic. But this I will try. Thanks.
Salt improves the flavor of cakes. Simply follow quantities mentioned in recipes.
Not sure what you mean by emptying them separately? But if you’re referring to disposable (aluminum) baking loaf pans, then yes, you could!
How to Store Homemade Fruit Cake:
This fruit cake is not your average fruit cake recipe. It is the BEST! Made with wholesome, real ingredients, this fruit cake is moist and perfectly balanced in flavor.
Why You’ll Love this Fruit Cake Recipe:
Yes, that is roughly correct – this recipe yields TWO loaf cakes and requires a lot of dried fruit. Remember that dried fruit is not compressed when measured in volume cups (and the fruit should be measured whole, not chopped), so there is naturally air between pieces. I always recommend using metric weights for best accuracy, but there are not any errors or typos in this recipe!