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Chocolate Fudge Cake Mix

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Available in Asda, Booths, Morrison's, larger Sainsbury's & Wright's on line - this mix requires only the addition of oil and water. The mix works brilliantly with bread making machines as well as in a 2lb loaf tin in your domestic oven at home or create 12 muffins, 24 cupcakes, bake in an 8" round tin or as a tray bake.

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Serve warm, in cubes for cocktail parties or in quarters for deep pan style pizza. This recipe was featured in the Daily Mail 6.11.1997

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“Thanks so much for letting us know the ins and outs of making Ciabatta bread in such helpful detail. John and I are going to experiment with bread, cakes etc whilst looking at your little booklet. ” Mr. & Mrs. Moir


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Classic Ciabatta Bread Mix
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  • Wright's Ciabatta Bread Mix 500g
    3 Tablespoons of Olive Oil or 4 Tablespoons of Pesto.
    310ml Warm Water
    Slices of Tomato, Onion,Mushroom, Olives or any left-overs.
    Grated Cheese i.e. Parmesan/Cheddar



  1. Mix the dough as directed on the pack reducing the water to 310ml and adding either the extra oil or Pesto.
  2. Add olives and/or herbs into the dough or substitute Pesto for olive oil if desired.
  3. Line an 8" - 9" (20 - 23 cm) cake tin with a little oil and add the tomato slices, olives, onion, mushroom or left overs from the fridge making a symmetrical pattern then pop the dough on the top.
  4. Cover with an oiled plastic sheet or damp tea towel and place in warm place for 25 - 30 minutes or until doubled in size.
  5. Bake in a pre-heated oven at 230°c (450°f) gas mark 8 on a lower shelf for 15 - 20 minutes or until golden brown.
  6. Tip out the loaf and put it back in the tin - upside down/tomato side up then return to the oven for a further 10 - 15 minutes approx. until the dough around the tomato is completely baked.