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Eccles Cake


Eccles Cake
Recipe By: Navid

About this Recipe:

NavidNavid: A perfect complement to a cup of tea, these famous little English treats are named after Eccles town in England.


Main Ingredients:

Puff Pastry: 1 Sheet (10x10 in)
Currants: 4 tbsp
Sugar: 3 tbsp


Directions:

1. Preheat the oven to 350 F.

2. Sprinkle over a baking sheet with 2.5 tbsp sugar.

3. Transfer your puff pastry onto the sugar coated surface .

4. Sprinkle over the half of the puff pastry with the currants.

5. Sprinkle over the currants with the remaining sugar.

6. Gently fold the puff pastry over the filling.

7. Roll the folded pastry sheet to its half thickness

8. Cut the pastry into 1.5 inch squares.

9. Bake them in the oven for 20 to 25 minutes until golden.

Published on February 24, 2008
Last edited on October 23, 2009

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Servings
 
18
Easiness
 
Easy
Prep Time
 
5 min
Cook Time
 
20 min
Ready in
 
25 min
Recipe by
 
Comments
 
5
5 Ratings
 
Average rating: 3.6

Nutrition Facts
% Daily Value

Calories
  89
Fat  5.2 g
8 %

Fiber  0.3 g
1 %

Vitamin A
Vitamin C
0 %
0 %
  Calcium
  Iron
0 %
2 %
Complete Nutrition Facts


Eccles Cake

Eccles Cake

Eccles Cake


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Comments: 5

Bahar, Member2008 Feb 25
I haven't tried the recipe but I tried the cookies Navid baked, and they taste heavenly.

Tricia Reid, Guest2008 Mar 24
I haven't tried this recipe, but no matter how good they taste- they are the wrong shape! They should be round, not square!

Chris, Guest2009 Apr 19
I agree they should be round, sure these are very nice. This is the eccles cakes I remember however...

Michelle, Guest2009 Dec 02
I'm so happy to have found this recipe, I'm sure will try it.I know of a French cookie that look same(puff pastry); but unfortunately the company doesn't make it anymore.And yes, the shape is square!

Brian, Guest2011 Jan 02
I remember them being square when I was a kid in Liverpool but then I have had many different versions of them over the years. So it is all good!

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