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our students ask. We also, fortunately, have lots of happy memories,


many food industry (and other) friends at home and abroad, lots of plans for the future and still like working together. That’s definitely cause for celebrating! If you have a celebration yourselves, or just need


cake, do try this one – really delicious, gluten free, not overly sweet and gorgeously moist. Serve with a glass of Armagnac (excellent with the earthy sweetness of the prunes) or a glass of fizz to aid the celebrations. Cheers and happy birthday to us!


Rich Chocolate prune and almond cake


140g pitted prunes 4tbsp apple juice 100g butter 140g dark chocolate 100g caster sugar 50g light Muscavado sugar 4 eggs, 2 of them separated 1tsp vanilla extract 100g ground almonds 15g cocoa plus extra for dusting the finished cake 150g fresh raspberries for garnish


1. Line a 20cm loose bottomed cake tin with baking parchment, brush with a little extra melted butter and dust with cocoa powder. 2. Heat the oven to 190C/170C fan. 3. Soak the prunes in the apple juice, ideally overnight, and then whizz them together to make a thick purée. 4. Gently melt the butter and chocolate together in a small pan on the hob. Don’t let them get too hot otherwise the chocolate will become granular and be difficult to work with. 5. Whisk together the 2 eggs, the 2 egg yolks, the caster sugar and the Muscavado sugar until super thick and creamy. Much easier to do this in a stand mixer rather than by hand. 6. Add the vanilla extract, cocoa and ground almonds and gently mix together. 7. Whisk the egg whites until they are at the soft peak stage and fold them into the chocolate mixture. 8. Turn the cake mixture into the prepared tin and put it in the oven for 25-30 minutes until the top is firm but there is still a slight jiggle below. 9. Bring the cake out of the oven and let it cool in the tin on a wire rack before turning on to a serving plate. 10. Dust the cake with extra cocoa (through a sieve in case of lumps) and decorate with fresh raspberries. Serve with cream and enjoy!


Manna from Devon cooking school. Do take a look at the website to see details of the courses - specialising in woodfired cooking, bread making and fish cooking in Kingswear. You can book courses online or why not buy a voucher for a gift for someone. Here you will also find the online shop, blog and links to everything else. Also, well worth checking out, especially if you are into woodfired ovens, is the Youtube channel! mannafromdevon.com


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