150g unsalted butter (or goat’s butter) chilled and diced plus extra for the tinpinch of finely chopped dried rose petals and icing sugar to serve♥ Preheat the oven to 170C/150C fan/gas 3. Butter a 23cm square brownie tin (or similar) and line the base and sides with baking paper, snipping a square from each corner so the sides sit flat.
butter and flour for the mouldsicing sugar for dusting (or combine 1 tsp icing sugar with 1 tsp freeze-dried raspberry or other fruit powder)♥ Have ready 8 mini savarin moulds about 9cm across or similar (see note on Kitchen Kit, below) and a baking sheet to sit them on. ♥ Combine the icing sugar and ground almonds in a large bowl, add the egg whites and whisk to blend, then add the honey, butter and vanilla, followed by the flour and baking powder and combine.
60g fine polenta (or grind coarse polenta in an electric coffee mill)♥ Preheat the oven to 190C/170C fan/gas 5. Butter a 20cm loose-bottomed cake tin about 7cm deep. Whisk the oil and caster sugar in a large bowl, then whisk in the egg yolks and milk, and fold in the carrot, nuts and raisins. Combine the polenta and ground almonds in a medium bowl, then sift over and stir in the baking powder and the spices. Mix this into the carrot mixture.
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Selecting a term
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