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Traditional Welsh Bara Brith

6 oz dried fruit
8 oz dark brown sugar
1/2 pt strong hot tea
10 oz self-raising flour
1 egg

Soak the dried fruit and sugar overnight in the tea. You can use
either fresh tea, or the cold dregs from the teapot (this gives
a good strong colour). Next day, sieve the flour and fold it it
into the fruit. Mix in the lightly beaten egg. Line a small
loaf-tin with buttered paper then tip in the mixture, smoothing
it well into the corners. Bake in a gentle oven at 300 F (150 C)
gas mark 2 for 1 1/2 hours. Cool and store for at least 2 days in
a tin so that it matures moist and rich. Traditionalists say you
should never butter the Bara Brith, but it's lovely that way!

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