Very tasty and moist - superb for breakfast or morning tea especially during Winter.
Preheat oven to 190C.
Line bottom of baking pan with grease proof paper.
Have two mixing bowls ready.
Put in all the dry ingredients
Put in all the wet ingredients
Pour dry ingredients into wet ingredients. Use a large metal spoon, fold the
Mixture together by scooping from the bottom, fold over the ingredients and
Continue to do this lightly. It should not be evenly mixed. A little flour,
Here and there is OK.
Pour into baking pan and smooth the surface for even baking
Bake for 50mins - sometimes different oven has different heat
After 45 mins, use a skewer to test the middle of the cake
If skewer comes out clean, then cake is done
If the centre of cake is still wet, bake for another 5 mins and test again with skewer
Turn onto a wire rack and cool for at least 15 mins. Cut with a serrated
Please do not over mix the batter.
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