Top Rated Lamington Recipes

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Sara 76
These are as Aussie as it gets, and are my sister's favourite cake treat!
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International Recipes
from NSW, AustraliaCategories: australian, cakes, desserts, lamingtonsYield: 1 Cake1 Butter cake or slab spongemade the day before1 lb Icing sugar4 tb Cocoa1/2 c Water, boiling1 tb Butter1 ts Vanilla2 c Coconut, flakedLAMINGTON BUTTER ...
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International Recipes
from NSW, AustraliaCategories: australian, cakes, desserts, lamingtonsYield: 1 Cake1 Butter cake or slab spongemade the day before1 lb Icing sugar4 tb Cocoa1/2 c Water, boiling1 tb Butter1 ts Vanilla2 c Coconut, flakedLAMINGTON BUTTER ...
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www.epicurean.com
Lamingtons were invented so as the swaggies (men who travelled around Australia by foot looking for work, they carried all their belongings on their back in their swag, hence their name)and other people in Australia in the 19th century could keep ...
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JanelleC
Traditional Lamingtongs made with your own home made sponge. My mum used to make these all the time YUM!
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leonie
Traditional Australian favourite-easy to make especially with a store brought sponge
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bme
Lamingtons are little sponge cakes coated in chocolate and grated coconut. A traditional Australian treat that appeals to most. Any firm type of plain cake can be used: butter-cake, pound-cake, Madeira cake or genoise sponge. Note: desiccated coconut is a slightly dried shredded coconut - not sweetened.
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Polly_Waffle_Kid
This is a family recipe that we have used for years!!! An Aussie favourite too!! It is recommended that you bake the lamington cake the day before you cut or ice the cake, but I just wait until it has cooled for a few hours until it is completely cool.
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Coasty
Very Australian small cakes. A Lamington Drive is the quintessential fund raiser for schools and clubs. Lamingtons store well for up to 3 days. This version is not overly sweet so if you have a really sweet tooth you could add 1/2 cup icing sugar to the chocolate coating.
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** Poppy **
these are fantastic! one of the things that I really miss from back home!
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**Jubes**
Recipe from a very old Australian Women's Weekly cookbook- "cakes and slices'.. They suggest that day old cake or partially frozen cake is easier to manage when dipping the cake into the icing. I've made these successfully with fresh cake though. Keeping time listed as 2-3 days. After completed, you can cut the lamingtons in half add a layer of whipped cream and sandwich the halves back together. Lamingtons can be indivually wrapped in plastic clingfilm and frozen- grab one to go to add to your lunchbox.
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spatchcock
Ganache works well for the icing.
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