hard 'pips' - spoilt christmas cake
yes, i too had hard bits in my christmas cake last year which I think were the currants. unfortunately i had forgotten and bought the same this year - when tasting to my dismay,having made sure I had not put any eggshell in, the same hard bits are present. waste of my time and expense of making a cake.
Bought these to make a fruit cake and had no probl
Bought these to make a fruit cake and had no problems at all with them. Would repurchase.
I have been eating the Christmas cake I made and h
I have been eating the Christmas cake I made and have found lots of seeds in the dried fruit that I used which I think come from the currants. The only other fruit I used was sultanas. Its not very pleasant biting down on hard, crunchy things.
By these all the time to make bread pudding and bread & butter pudding, good packaging good sized bag and moist currents.
THEY MAKE GREAT ECCLES CAKES!
AS AN ECCLES CAKE CONNOISSEUR, I AM ABLE TO SAY THAT OUR HOME-BAKED CAKES, WITH TESCO CURRANTS, ARE TRULY SUPERB.