Delia's Scottish Whisky Dundee cake In her original Christmas book uses 150g of butter. The Traditional Dundee cake in Delia's Cakes only uses 50g of spreadable butter. The two recipes are almost identical so I am wondering if the smaller amount of butter in her more recent book is a typing error? Should this also be 150g because 50g of butter does not seem much for quite a large cake? Clarification of this point will be much appreciated. Many thanks. Ann Parsons
The amount of butter in Dundee Cake!
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