Black cherry Frangipane in a short crust case

 

This is one of my favourite recipes I have been cooking since I was 16

Best served with clotted cream.

 

Equipment needed

 

Grease proof paper

1x cake tin

1 mixing bowl

1 x large spoon

1 x sieve

1 x colander

1 saucepan

1 pastry brush

Ingredients

 

305g Best quality softened unsalted butter plus a little extra for greasing

155g sugar

½ vanilla pod

3 eggs

250g plain flour

80g self-rising flour

100g ground almonds

20g flaked almonds

1 Jar of Stoned black cherry’s

3 desert spoons Apricot jam

For the short crust pastry

Sieve 250g plain flour into a bowl, and rub in 250g of butter and a pinch of trex(veg fat)

A pinch of sugar (Vanilla sugar if you have this )

Use one egg and some cold water to bind the pastry then wrap and chill in the fridge for 20 mins.

Method

1 Grease tin with some butter and line with greaseproof paper, then grease the paper

2 Roll out Pastry and line cake tin Set aside to chill for 20 mins.

3 Blind bake the pastry case at about 160c (baking beans can be used cook on a lower temp and use hot beans.)

4 Drain the cherries and set aside draining more

5 add the rest of the butter and sugar to the bowl and cream together,

6 add Vanilla

7 Add 1 egg at a time and beat to create a emulsion

8 sift in the flower and gently fold in the Ground almonds  

9 arrange the cherries in the pastry case and cover with the Frangipane mix,

10 Sprinkle the flaked almonds on top

11 cook on 160c in a fan oven and 173c in a normal oven.

When the cake is cooked you can insert a knife into the centre of the cake if it is clean when removed they are cooked

10 Boil the apricot jam with a little bit of water and use this to glaze the cake

It is delicious to eat hot or cold Enjoy!

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