Christmas Fruit Cake Recipe
You'll probably stop purchasing readymade Christmas cakes once you have tried this easy-to-follow recipe from NESTLE. This Christmas cake recipe uses NESTLE MILKMAID to bind its rich ingredients together. The romance of fruits soaked in the flavour and aroma of warm spices, mixed with the wintry air of the season is just too irresistible. Even if you're not big on Christmas, this heavenly fruit cake is definitely worth relishing. The delicious moist cake can be enjoyed at any time of the year (it's that good!). Also, if you're looking to teach friends or family to make something Christmas-y for the season, you can teach them how to make a Christmas fruit cake with this easy-to-follow recipe. The recipe is perfect for someone looking to whip up something quick, easy, rich, and delicious for the holidays. Try out this Christmas fruit cake recipe today and experience its magic on your taste buds.
- Servings - 10
- Preparation - 40 min
- Baking - 60 min
- 1 tin (400g)NESTLÉ MILKMAID Sweetened Condensed Milk
- 1/2 tspDalchini (Cinnamon) Powder
- 1 tspSoda Bicarbonate
- 1 tspBaking Powder
- 2 cups (200g)Maida (Flour)
- 1/3 cup (50 ml)Warm Water
- 1/2cup (75g)Sugar
- 1/2 tspjaiphal (Nutmeg) Powder
- 1.5 cups (150g)Chopped Dried Fruits
- 150 mlAerated Soda
- Preheat oven to 1800C, grease and dust with maida an 8” round cake tin. Heat sugar in a pan till it melts and becomes brown, add warm water to make caramel syrup and keep aside. Sift together the maida, baking powder, soda bicarbonate, cinnamon and nutmeg, 2-3 times. Mix 1 tbsp. maida into the chopped fruit to coat the fruit.
- Soften butter in a pan; mix in NESTLÉ MILKMAID Sweetened Condensed Milk. Fold in the sifted maida with the NESTLÉ MILKMAID-butter mixture, alternating with aerated soda and caramel syrup till all are used. Add the chopped dry fruits, fold into the mix carefully.
- Pour the batter into the greased cake tin and bake for an hour at 1800C or till the cake is done. Remove from oven, cool for a while. Loosen sides of cake and turnout onto a plate. Cool slightly before cutting into pieces.