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How to make the fruity Welsh tea loaf Bara Brith.

How to make the fruity Welsh tea loaf Bara Brith.

From a recipe by BBC Good Food Magazine.

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    • How to Cook... Bara Brith Recipe by Jane Hornby, BBC Good Food Magazine, March 2006
    • 4 tbsp milk 2 eggs 2 tbsp orange marmalade 450g Self-Raising Flour 175g Brown Sugar 400g mixed dried fruit 75g Cranberries 100g butter 1tsp ginger 1tsp cinnamon Ingredients
    • Step One... Cover with cling film and leave to soak overnight... Mix the dried fruit with the cranberries in a large bowl and pour one mug of hot tea over
    • Step Two...
      • Melt the butter and marmalade in a pan then leave to cool for 5 minutes
      • Heat the oven to 180c/
      • 160f/Gas Mark 4
      • Beat two eggs into the marmalade/butter mix
      Step Three...
    • Step Four...
      • Mix the flour, ginger, cinnamon and sugar
      • Then add the butter mix
      • Drain the tea from the fruit and add to the mixture
      • Add the milk until the batter is evenly combined
      Tip: The batter should fall softly from the spoon
    • Step Five...
      • Spoon the mixture into a 900g loaf tin and level the top
      • Sprinkle crushed sugar on top the give a lovely caramelised crust
    • Step Six...
      • Put the cake in the oven and leave for 60-75 minutes
      • Cover loosely with foil if the top starts to over colour
      • Remove from heat when the cake is dark brown
    • Step Seven... Wait until the loaf has cooled and serve with Welsh salted butter and a cup of tea - Enjoy!