Re-blogging this post seeing as Easter weekend 2016 is nearly here!
Thank you Nigella for this easy tea bread recipe, which makes a nice alternative to all that Easter chocolate! It is a bit like fruit cake, with the moistness of currants, marmalade and tea, and is particularly good with butter. Soak the mixed dried fruit the night before if you can, to get them really plump, then it only takes 5 minutes to mix all the ingredients together before baking. Accompanying cup of tea is essential. Happy Easter!
1 mug cold tea (no milk)
8oz (225g) mixed dried fruit (if you don’t like peel just use sultanas and currants)
8oz (225g) self-raising flour
4oz (125g) caster sugar
1 large egg, lightly beaten
2 tbsp orange marmalade
Grease a loaf tin. Preheat oven to 180 degrees/gas mark 4.
Place the fruit in a small bowl and pour the cold tea over the top. Soak overnight if possible, or until the fruit swells. In a bowl combine the flour…
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2 thoughts on “Easy Easter tea bread”
Hi Katie have you ever tried this with fruit tea? Or do you think it wouldn’t work?
Hi Anne – no only made it as per the recipe but I imagine it would work with fruit tea! Let me know how it goes if you do try it x