Sunday, June 05, 2005

Chocolate Cake

...the loveliest fail-safe choccie cake ever- a birthaday favourite.
7 oz/200g plain Flour
2 tbsp/30ml cocoa
1 tsp Bicarb
1 tsp baking powder
5 oz/125g sugar
2 tbsp/30ml golden syrup
2 eggs
1/4 pt/150ml oil
1/4 pt/150ml milk
Mix everyting together and pour into 2 lined sandwich tins
Bake at 160C/gas 3
After cooling sandwich with chocolate spread or cream


Anonymous The Chef said...

.Hi,Silly Sally used to dread it when Christmas came, Oh not because sally didn't like Christmas. In fact she loved it, but the problem was that her Husbands family would stay with them and she was really embarassed because of her Cooking. Most times the Plates were returned to the Kitchen nearly as full as they left it. Then one Day a family member gave her a slip of paper and on it was. Silly Sally waited until everyone had gone to bed that evening and jumped on the computer and looked up The next day there were smiles all around the table and all the plates were empty. Sally looked at the person who gave her that slip of paper and winked with a Big smile on her face.She was no longer a Silly Sally, just Sally. Are you a Silly Sally or have you been to

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Anonymous Recipes said...

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