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rasins in cake?

post #1 of 20
Thread Starter 
My father in laws birthday is coming up and he loves rasins. My mother in law requested I make him a cake with rasins. I am clueless on what to make. Do any of you have any recipe ideas for me? The cake will only be for him, I'm making a second decorated cake for the party.
Thanks for your help cakers.
post #2 of 20
Raisins are really good in a spice or carrot cake.
post #3 of 20
Carrot cake Yum!
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post #4 of 20
Also good in rum n raisin cake...you could also do a fruit cake and only use raisins instead of the other fruits...I mean like an English, Aussie or caribbean style fruit cake that is sweet and rich!
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post #5 of 20
Thread Starter 
He's from the Dominican Republic, so maybe Caribbean fruit cake might work.
post #6 of 20
Ive had golden raisins in carrot cake before. Some of the UK bakers on here could really help you out with this.

Thats really nice of you to make him his very own cake icon_biggrin.gif I bet he'll love that. And as someone who hates raisins it's very nice of you to make a non-raisin contaminated cake too icon_wink.gif
post #7 of 20
Do you need a recipe for it? Let me know and I'll pm you! I also have a good rum n raisin one too! Just let me know!
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post #8 of 20
Raisins ?? -
oh yum, they are great in anything as far as i am concerned. thumbs_up.gif

Soak them in brandy for at least 24 hours so as they plump up and retain thr flavour - and then add that to your batter - delish.

SoaK them in Cherry Brandy and add to anything - delish thumbs_up.gif
Soak in an orange Liquere - thumbs_up.gif
Even a chocolate raisin cake - hmmmm - thumbs_up.gif

I add them to my fruit cake every time...
Here they are getting plump with the rest of the fruits for a batch of fruit cakes ......... icon_biggrin.gif
http://manywhitebowls.blogspot.com/search/label/FRUIT%20CAKES%20-%20HEART%20SHAPE


Dear little raisins - they never get the credit they deserve icon_lol.gif
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post #9 of 20
My fruit cake is very similar! I actually "steam" my fruits first and then soak them in an airtight container..the longer the better! Mine have been soaking since last year! I use about 3-4 lbs of fruits (no nuts allowed in Caribbean fruit cakes) and steam them with fruit juice, (pineapple works great!) brandy (most other islands use rum but in Cayman rum is used in a different kind of cake to make rum cake) and wine. I let it steam for about 15-20 mins or so and add a couple of jars of good quality jam or fruit preserves and allow it to cool overnight. Then seal it up and let the fruits marinate in all of that brandy and wine goodness!

This can be done with only raisins, dates, prunes etc and makes a really wonderful fruit cake! The more fruits you add, the more it comes out like a steamed pudding...the less it comes out more cakey.
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post #10 of 20
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Originally Posted by caymancake

My fruit cake is very similar! I actually "steam" my fruits first and then soak them in an airtight container..the longer the better! Mine have been soaking since last year! I use about 3-4 lbs of fruits (no nuts allowed in Caribbean fruit cakes) and steam them with fruit juice,
thumbs_up.gif i have done this method a few times - don't you just love the smell of the fruit after it has been *soaked* -
Makes you want to jump into the bowl and become plump and intoxicated as the fruit - ROFL.

Blue.


(pineapple works great!) brandy (most other islands use rum but in Cayman rum is used in a different kind of cake to make rum cake) and wine. I let it steam for about 15-20 mins or so and add a couple of jars of good quality jam or fruit preserves
Yes, i add this towrds the end of my combining all ingrediants.and allow it to cool overnight. Then seal it up and let the fruits marinate in all of that brandy and wine goodness!

This can be done with only raisins, dates, prunes etc and makes a really wonderful fruit cake! The more fruits you add, the more it comes out like a steamed pudding...the less it comes out more cakey.
post #11 of 20
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Originally Posted by caymancake

Do you need a recipe for it? Let me know and I'll pm you! I also have a good rum n raisin one too! Just let me know!

COULD YOU PLS PM ME YOUR RECIPE TOO.
post #12 of 20
Sure fun pets! Just let me know which one!
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post #13 of 20
Thread Starter 
Cayman cake, please send me the recipes. Thanks everyone for your help. I'm glad I asked early.
post #14 of 20
Thread Starter 
I made Cayman's rum raisin cake. Cake put very good. Then made Grammasue's toolbox cake. It was yellow with strawberry filling. It was vey yummy. Downer of the party. My father in law got food poisoning at the party and had to leave. Thankfully it wasn't the cake. The party was at a resturaunt & out of 4 private parties going on at the same time he was the only one to become I'll and the only one who ordered boracho beans (not sure if I spelled that right) But there were numorous complaints on tomatoes, maybe a combo of both.
post #15 of 20
I'm so glad it turned out well for you!
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