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Tupperware Preview AUS : Tupperware march 2013
Preparation time: 10 minutes Cooking time: 6 minutes + 5 minutes resting time Makes: 4 individual cakes Ingredients 50g walnut s 3⁄4 cup plain flour 1⁄2 tsp baking powder 3⁄4 cup sugar 1⁄3 cup cocoa powder 2 eggs 90mls vegetable oil 75mls milk To line the Cocottes 1 tsp melted butter 4 tsp plain flour for dusting To Serve Fresh berries and vanilla custard Method 1. Brush inside of each UltraProTM Cocotte with melted butter. Add 1 tsp plain flour to each Cocotte and roll around to coat. Tap out excess flour. Set aside. 2. Process walnuts in the TurboChef TM. Set aside. 3. Using Bake 2 Basics Sift N Stor, sift flour, baking powder and cocoa into ThatsaTM Bowl Junior (or Bake 2 Basics Mix N Pour?) and add sugar. 4. Place eggs, oil and milk into Bake 2 Basics Shake It Quick and shake to combine. 5. Mix egg mixture into dry ingredients using the TupperChef TM Spatula and stir through walnuts. 6. Divide mixture into prepared Cocottes. 7. Cook uncovered in microwave 6 minutes 800 watt. 8. Place covers on Cocottes and allow to stand 5 minutes. 9. Unmould cakes and serve warm or cool with vanilla custard and fresh berries. Kitchen Notes: Cakes tend to stick to Cocottes if not dusted with flour. Run a small blunt butter knife around the edges before turning out. Safe for use in 800 watt microwaves. Adjust microwave depending on wattage of the model. 1100 watt model, use a power level of 7. USE THESE WITH EASE UltraPro Cocottes x 4 TurboChef Measuring Cups Bake 2 Basics Sift N Stor Thatsa Bowl Junior or Bake 2 Basics Mix N Pour Bake 2 Basics Shake It Quick TupperChef Spatula
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