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FIG FILLING(Icings And Fillings For Cakes) - (The International Jewish Cook Book)
One pound of figs chopped fine, one cup of water, one-half cup of sugar;
cook all together until soft and smooth.
Fig Filling for CakeChop together one pound of dried figs and one cup of seeded raisins.
Add the juice and grated rind of a lemon and sugar to taste. Pour over
the mixture a cup of water and heat thoroughly, mixing it over the
fire. Spread between layers of white cake.
FIG FILLING FOR CAKE.Stew one-half pound of chopped figs in a syrup made of one-fourth
cupful of water and half cupful of sugar. Spread this when it is
quite thick. It is excellent. Another nice filling may be made by
using raisins instead of figs, treating them in the same way.
Fig Filling For CakeOne and a half pounds figs chopped fine; boil down with half a cup of
water. Cool, then fill the cake.--Mrs. Guilbault.
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