I love to bake in my Kamado Joe. My top baking tips are to cook indirect at a slightly lower temperature and cook for a little longer.
I also put an upturned baking tin on top of the grill to raise the height of the cake tin. This will help prevent it getting a burnt bottom. Why not give it a try.
I poached orange segments in juice and rum to serve with it, which went down a treat, with a dollop of cream too. This cake is eaten best on the day you make it and while it’s still warm.
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