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Recipe for a lemon cake for one.

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  • 1. Extra Zingy: www.iankenworthy.com Lemon Cake (For One) Danger Comparison WARNING! Making lemon cake is extremely Sucking a Lemon dangerous and should ONLY be Owning a Bee Hive attempted by a Responsible Adult. Feeding a Tiger You have been warned! Making a Lemon Cake 0 2 4 6 8 10What we have here is the recipe for a little lemon cake with zingy goo inside! Why on earth wouldyou want one of those? Well, I found I wanted to make (and eat) lemon cake but real recipes are alldesigned to feed the five thousand. You can’t just have the one slice as they don’t usually last morethan a day or two. So the solution is here!When I made this I used a small cake tin (readily available from cookery shops and all the usuallysupermarkety places if you prefer). You can use a big one but obviously the shape will be different tothe one in the pictures. I measured the ingredients using a tablespoon, that’s the big one you eatcereal with. It keeps it a little informal, which is a nice way of saying FUN!What you need:Ingredients EquipmentCake Spoons to stir with4 Tablespoons self-raising flour A Fork4 Tablespoons icing sugar A Tablespoon to Measure With1 Egg A Spatula3 Tablespoons milk A Bowl3 Tablespoons oil A Small Cake TinMaking A Cooling RackGooey Filling A Pan1 small egg A Bread Knife2 Tablespoons of Caster Sugar A Sieve1 Tablespoon of Butter½ Tablespoon of CornflourA lemonThis worksheet is based upon The Whispering Sand by Ian Kenworthy. It has been made by Ian Kenworthy for use in education and forpromoting the Whispering Sand only. Thank You
  • 2. www.iankenworthy.com The Cake 1. Firstly, preheat oven to 1500C 2. Using the Table Spoon measure out the correct amounts of icing sugar and self-raising flour and put them in a bowl. 3. Stir until all are combined together. Then add the egg. Stir a bit more 4. Add the milk and the oil. Then stir again until everything is mixed together 5. Grease your cake tin. Then pour the mixture in! This worksheet is based upon The Whispering Sand by Ian Kenworthy. It has been made by Ian Kenworthy for use in education and for promoting the Whispering Sand only. Thank You
  • 3. www.iankenworthy.com6. The oven should be at 1500C. Put the cake in and allow to cook for roughly 10-15 mins.7. To check if the cake is ready stab it with a knife. If the knife comes out clean it’s ready. If it’sgooey, it’s not . Once ready take the cake out of the oven (using oven gloves) and leave on a wirerack to cool. Then remove it from the tin. Once cook cut in half ready for the filling!The Gooey Filling1.Firstly, collect your ingredients If you enjoyed making this recipe, or even if you didn’t, head over to www.iankenworthy.com where you can find more things to make! Also available is Ian’s book The Whispering Sand. Head to www.Amazon.co.uk or www.iankenworthy.com for more details!This worksheet is based upon The Whispering Sand by Ian Kenworthy. It has been made by Ian Kenworthy for use in education and forpromoting the Whispering Sand only. Thank You
  • 4. www.iankenworthy.com2. Cut the lemon in half using a serrated (spiky) knife.3.Squeeze the lemon into a bowl. Do this through a sieve to catch all the gungy bits. You can throwthose away as we won’t be needing them.4.Using your Tablespoon, measure the butter, cornflour and sugar into the bowl. Mix. Then add theegg.5.Pour the mixture into a pan. Non-stick pans are best. Put the pan over the hob and switch on.Using a whisk stir the mixture.This worksheet is based upon The Whispering Sand by Ian Kenworthy. It has been made by Ian Kenworthy for use in education and forpromoting the Whispering Sand only. Thank You
  • 5. www.iankenworthy.com 6.The mixture should start to thicken. When its thick like custard (use your judgement here) remove from the heat. Then quickly (but not dangerously quickly) move on to step 7. . 7. Now for the extra messy bit. Before the gooey mixture cools pour it onto the cake base. It will go everywhere. 8. Then pop the top of the cake back on and Ta-da! I wouldn’t press down too hard or the filling will go even further! This worksheet is based upon The Whispering Sand by Ian Kenworthy. It has been made by Ian Kenworthy for use in education and for promoting the Whispering Sand only. Thank You