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Four quarters (adding fruit)

Four quarters (adding fruit)
To improve a "four quarters" cake.
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Last modified on: February 21th 2011

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Stage 1 - 20 min.
Four quarters (adding fruit) : Photo of step #1
Peel fruit (in this photo it's apples), cut in quarters and remove core.

Stage 2 - 5 min.
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Cut each quarter into small pieces.

Stage 3 - 5 min.
Four quarters (adding fruit) : Photo of step #3
And add it to the batter.

Stage 4 - 5 min.
Four quarters (adding fruit) : Photo of step #4
Mix well.

You can now pour batter into the mould or tin as for the usual four quarters.

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