|Wine: Flavour Chemistry|
|by J. Bakker|
The commercial importance of wine continues to increase across the globe, with the availability of many new wines, encompassing a remarkable and e...
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Combine cake mix ... eggs, oil and wine. Beat with ... distributed better and cake would "turn out" of pan easier if I used tube pan with flat type bottom.
You can use cherry Jell-O and cherry wine also. Flour and ... minutes. Turn out onto cake plate and glaze while still warm, but not hot. Dribble over warm cake.
Grease and flour ... Soon after cake is in oven, bring to a boil 1/4 cup wine and 1 cup powdered sugar. Remove from heat to cool. Then drizzle on warm cake.
Mix cake ingredients ... pan. Bring glaze ingredients to a boil. Spread over cake. Sprinkle with powdered sugar. (Manischewitz wine makes the best cake!)
Preheat oven to ... eggs, oil and wine. Beat on ... remaining glaze until thickened and pour over cake. GLAZE: In saucepan bring sugar, wine and butter to boil.
Mix together dry ... eggs, oil and wine. Blend well ... This cake is very good and it has a nice festive color. It lasts well and seems to improve with age.
Mix together all ... greased tube pan at 325 degrees for 45 minutes. Prepare a glaze of 1 cup powdered sugar and 1/2 cup of blackberry wine. Pour over cake.
Preheat oven 350 ... 1 c. blackberry wine 4 eggs 1/2 ... spoon on 1/2 of glaze. Wait 30 minutes, remove from pan, add remaining glaze. This freezes well.
Mix all ingredients ... just test it to see when it is done). Glaze while warm with glaze made of powdered sugar and wine, fairly thin. Bake in Bundt pan.
Preheat oven to ... eggs, oil, and wine. Beat at ... minutes. Turn cake out of pan and cool. Thicken rest of glazed with more powdered sugar and pour over cake.
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