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friand

(frijɑ̃)
n
(Cookery) cookery a small rich cake traditionally made with almond-meal and usually flavoured with fruit
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* s be Let FriandsPLUM, BLACKBERRY AND BAY FRIAND BAKE (Serves six, generously ) "Friands are the light, moist almond cakes popular in Australia, New Zealand and France," says Yotam.
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in 's be the Let FriandsPLUM, BLACKBERRY AND BAY FRIAND BAKE (SERVES SIX, GENEROUSLY) "FRIANDS are the light, moist almond cakes popular in Australia, New Zealand and France," says Yotam.
Butter some non-stick muffin tins (or friand moulds if you have them).
Grease a friand tin with a little of the melted butter.