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Chocolate and orange marble cake
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This dense cake is flavoured with chocolate and orange and topped with a rich chocolate icing. When placing the two flavoured cake mixtures in the tin, make sure you run a skewer through both to create the unique marble effect.

Chocolate and orange marble cake

Preheat the oven to 190°C/375°F.

Grease and line a 900g. loaf tin with greaseproof paper.

Use an electric hand whisk to beat together the butter and sugar in a large bowl until light and creamy.

Gradually add the eggs, adding a little flour if the mixture looks as if it is about to curdle. Fold in the remaining flour, baking powder, orange zest and juice using a large metal spoon.

Put half of the mixture in a separate bowl and fold in the cocoa. Drop a spoonful of each mixture alternately into the tin then run a skewer through both to create swirls.

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