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    ROD RECIPES 11/5/2006 Guy Fawkes Day Guy Fawkes Traditional Ginger Bread

    Source of Recipe

    Marla

    Recipe Introduction

    On November 5, people in England celebrate a holiday called Guy Fawkes Day. Nearly 400 years ago, Guy Fawkes and other conspirators tried to blow up a British Parliament Building in 1605. After being apprehended they were convicted and beheaded in 1606. November 5th is now celebrated as the anniversary of the plot. Ever since, Guy Fawkes Day has been a time for merrymaking. The best part comes as darkness falls. Then, straw dummies are tossed into huge bonfires. Amid cries of glee, firecrackers pop and "the Guy" goes up in a blaze of fire.

    List of Ingredients

    ROD RECIPES 11/5/2006 Guy Fawkes Day Guy Fawkes Traditional Ginger Bread




    Guy Fawkes Traditional Ginger Bread


    -360 g. wheat meal
    -200 g. ground rice
    -100 g. molasses
    -100 g. butter
    -100 g. chopped almonds
    -250 g. raisin
    -60 g. candied lemon peel
    -1 spoon of ginger in powder
    -2 eggs
    -6 spoons of milk
    -1 spoon of bicarbonate


    Recipe

    Sift the wheat meal with the bicarbonate and the ginger, mix them with the ground rice and the butter.
    Add the almonds to half of the raisin and all the candied lemon peel.
    Mix the molasses with the milk, beat the eggs and add the other ingredients.
    Pour in a rectangular baking-pan, sprinkle the cake with the other half of the raisin and bake in the oven at 200 for about 75 minutes.


 

 

 


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