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  • When I were just a lad, Jaffa Cakes were IT! Yep, I used to get them in my lunchbox

  • Aah, that's nice! And today we're going to recreate them!

  • As you can see, very few ingredients, it's a very simple recipe. We've got flour

  • egg and sugar to make the sponge to our jaffa cakes

  • we've got orange jelly which we're going to enhance with orange juice as well

  • and chocolate

  • I can't tell you how excited I am that we're finally making jaffa cakes

  • I know... For the first time!

  • Now what we're going to do is crack 2 eggs and caster sugar into a bowl

  • We've got over a pan of simmering water

  • And whisk. Thank you! By using the machine it makes it a lot easier because you have to do it for a long time

  • We're looking for about 6-8 minutes

  • Until it's at a ribbon stage, and over simmering water partially cooks those eggs. In the meantime, Michael

  • We're going to do jelly

  • Ooo he called you Michael

  • You've been a bad boy... Water

  • into here

  • about three hundred ml along with orange jelly. Now obviously this is just pre-bought orange jelly

  • If you can break that up into there so it dissolves

  • What do jaffa cakes mean for you?

  • Well they're orange chocolate biscuits. Yeah but do you remember them growing up?

  • I used to have a tube of 3 that I used to have in my packed lunch when I was at primary school. I remember the advert when you got the 'full moon', 'half moon'

  • Total eclipse! These jaffa cakes are going to be huge because we're going to make them in muffin tins

  • So they are a much bigger size

  • We're also going to add extra orange flavour into our sponge

  • In the form of zest

  • And our orange juice goes into there as well, so it's really souped up orange jelly

  • and a souped up orange sponge

  • Souped up?

  • When does the soup go in?

  • As in super

  • Ah ok

  • It's so orangey!

  • I love fresh citrus fruits. So as soon as you're happy that all the jelly bits have dissolved

  • then pour it into a tray that's lined with cling film so you get a layer of jelly

  • That can be put into a fridge to set up. Now, speaking from experience, do that carefully

  • because you don't want to spill that everywhere

  • that's not the fridge Nope, but

  • here's some I made earlier

  • Ah, look... Mr Blue Peter

  • There we go, super jelly

  • that's just in sheet form

  • Will you stop saying the word 'super'? That's about the 5th time so far!

  • Pretty good jelly that's in sheet form

  • And now hopefully, there we go

  • nice, thick ribbon stage That took no time I knew you were going to do that What are you doing? Turn it off!

  • You're pushing it the wrong way! And now we can fold in our flour, so

  • you can see how much air is in there now, that just started off as 2 eggs and a bit of sugar

  • Now we can put in our flour, carefully fold it in

  • spoon this into muffin tins, I've just lightly greased them so it doesn't stick

  • and we literally need this much in each - just enough to cover the bottom

  • they will continue to rise in the oven

  • Jaffa Cakes aren't that thick, are they?

  • No, this should be the same consistency as a Jaffa Cake when you eat it

  • It's kind of a slightly chewy

  • soft

  • awesome sponge

  • Really light and fluffy

  • mmm doing a grand job there Ben

  • What we're doing is just demonstrating for the guys at home

  • how easy this is. This can go into an oven, Mike, 180 degrees Celcius

  • for 10 minutes... Jamie...

  • And then in the meantime we can melt some chocolate

  • come back, and finish our cakes of jaffa!

  • Ooo cakes of jaffa!

  • Now that our sponges have cooked, and had time to cool

  • We've just kind of eased around the edge to loosen them off

  • So that you end up with our sponge biscuit base but leave them in the muffin tins. Fantastic!

  • Now we can come to our jelly, which is obviously our middle layer... A little cutter

  • Just a little bit smaller

  • than the circles

  • and then we just cut out jelly

  • It really is that simple!

  • Do you want to put

  • one on each sponge, we should end up with something

  • that looks like that

  • I think that's the best part of a Jaffa Cake Look at that wobble!

  • Although it does drive me mad, have you seen Barry eat a Jaffa Cake? He nibbles all the chocolate off

  • Then all the cake, so you're left with all the jelly bit

  • That's how you eat Jaffa Cakes

  • If you read the back of a packet of Jaffa Cakes, in the instructions

  • It says

  • deconstruct the Jaffa Cake

  • I don't believe you...

  • I want to hear from you guys, how do you eat your Jaffa Cakes? Comment below in the comment box, I want to know exactly how you eat your jaffa cakes

  • and finally, perhaps the best part of the Jaffa Cake

  • Dark chocolate, and all you need to do is dribble loads of it on

  • and then ease it to the edge quite quickly before the jelly melts like so

  • You've even got the lump on top!

  • That's the jelly

  • Yeah, I know but that's what

  • That's what Jaffa Cakes look like! Yeah, these look like amazing jaffa cakes

  • except they are bigger and better

  • So we just whack these in a fridge straight after. Yeah you can leave them at room temperature, the chocolate will set

  • But we want to speed that up, it'll be even easier We'll put them in a fridge to setup.

  • Meanwhile

  • Fortunately we have some we've already done

  • and these ones have already set YES Lovely So we can scoop them out, and grab ourselves a plate

  • then just ease them out and I reckon we'll stack them up This is just one of many

  • desserts, cakes and biscuits

  • Isn't it Jamie? Do you know what, funnily enough it is. It's one of just many desserts, cakes and biscuits

  • we've done before

  • make sure you're subscribed to our YouTube channel, it's SORTED Food - we bring you them every week!

  • It might be wobbly

  • but there is our ultimate Jaffa Cake stack

  • SORTED

  • Now we could just eat them straight away, or we could do this Aaw, I'm going to eat them straight away

  • Ok, that is a Jaffa Cake

  • It's pretty good! I think it's better than a Jaffa Cake You've got biscuit... Sorry, cake,

  • jelly, chocolate

  • Jaffa cake - what could go wrong?

  • You've got a half moon there!

When I were just a lad, Jaffa Cakes were IT! Yep, I used to get them in my lunchbox

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    Anna に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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