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1 cup light rum 1 cup red sweet wine 1 cup raisins 1 cup prunes 4 cups flour 2 Tbs. baking powder 2 Tbs cinnamon 1 Tbs. nutmeg 6 eggs 1 Tbs vanilla 2 cups brown sugar 1 lb butter 1 Tbs. browning sauce Mix the raisins, prunes, wine and rum together, set aside.( Or soak the fruits in the wine&rum for a week- they will soften and mingle together and won't be as separate if not soaked.- either way is okay. If using prunes immediately for recipe, chop them up a bit so they won't be so large). Beat the eggs and add vanilla until thick and light. Cream the butter and sugar until fluffy. Mix butter mixture, fruit mixture, and egg mixture together. Add flour, baking powder, nutmeg, and cinnamon. Add browning and mix all very well.You will have a thick fluffy batter and the batter should be thick enough so that a spoon stands up in it. If the dough is too thick add just a bit more wine or rum. Divide mixture into 2 greased and floured large 9 x 5 x3 loaf pans. Bake at 350 for about 35-45 min or until a knife comes out clean in center and tested done. Make 2 large loaves. Wrap when cool and let mellow overnight to blend flavors. Note: This makes a lot of batter and I made 2 , 9 x 5 inch loaf pans and one smaller 8 inch loaf pan

Jamaican Rum Fruitcake


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keyword: jamaican
keyword: fruitcake
ethnicity: central american
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(posted January 1, 2008)

1 cup
light rum
1 cup red
sweet wine
1 cup raisins
1 cup prunes
4 cups
flour
2 Tbs.
baking powder
2 Tbs
cinnamon
1 Tbs.
nutmeg
6
eggs
1 Tbs
vanilla
2 cups
brown sugar
1 lb
butter
1 Tbs.
browning sauce

Mix the raisins, prunes,
wine and rum together, set aside.( Or soak the fruits in the wine&rum for a week- they will soften and mingle together and won't be as separate if not soaked.- either way is okay. If using prunes immediately for recipe, chop them up a bit so they won't be so large).

Beat the
eggs and add vanilla until thick and light.

Cream the butter and sugar until fluffy.

Mix
butter mixture, fruit mixture, and egg mixture together.

Add
flour,
baking powder, nutmeg, and cinnamon.

Add
browning and mix all very well.You will have a thick fluffy batter and the batter should be thick enough so that a spoon stands up in it.

If the
dough is too thick add just a bit more
wine or rum.

Divide mixture into 2 greased and floured large 9 x 5 x3 loaf pans.

Bake at 350 for about 35-45 min or until a knife comes out clean in center and tested done.

Make 2 large loaves.

Wrap when cool and let
mellow overnight to blend flavors.

Note: This makes a lot of
batter and I made 2 , 9 x 5 inch loaf pans and one smaller 8 inch loaf pan


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