Texan Slice recipe please

we had a snack at Mitre 10 cafe today and they had a Texan slice it was yummy
Does anyone have a recipe they would be kind enough to share please

Chef_griffo4, Jun 27, 6:55 pm

griffo4, was the slice you enjoyed like this one?

http://www.foodmag.co.nz/layered-texan-slice/

Hope that helps. :-))

Chef_245sam, Jun 27, 7:58 pm

Thank you Sam yes that is what it was like but l thought it had a baked based not biscuits but l could be wrong
l will have to try this and see if it is the one

Chef_griffo4, Jun 28, 8:24 am

Failing that I have a Yummy Texan Slice recipe, if you'd like it. Very nice.

Chef_rarogal, Jun 30, 2:39 pm



Yes please

Chef_griffo4, Jun 30, 5:22 pm

Me too, thanks

Chef_dbab, Jun 30, 6:29 pm

dbab hope you see this and have time to put your recipe on her please

Chef_griffo4, Jul 4, 7:21 pm



griffo4, I think it is rarogal's recipe that you are hoping for. :-))

Chef_245sam, Jul 4, 7:35 pm

Oh crikey, I'm so sorry, I've been away for a few days. I'll go and get it now.

Chef_rarogal, Jul 4, 9:43 pm

Here we go. its really nice. i find the base a bit crumbly, so add a bit more melted butter.
YUMMY TEXAN SLICE

100g butter, melted
250g malt biscuits, crushed
2 cups walnut pieces, chopped roughly & lightly toasted
1.5 cups milk choc buttons, chopped (I left mine whole)
1 cup sultanas
3 cups desiccated coconut
500g sweetened condensed milk (about 1.5 cans)

Mix together butter and biscuit crumbs, press into 20 x 30cm slice tin, greased and lined with baking paper.
Mix together all other ingredients and roughly press into tin. Bake at 160c for 30 mins or until lightly browned. Don’t overcook. Should be moist and sticky.
(Cover with baking paper if starting to brown too quickly)
Cut when cold. Makes 18 pieces. (I cut mine smaller).

Chef_rarogal, Jul 4, 9:47 pm

Rarogal thank you so much for posting this recipe

l will be making this when l get some malt biscuits

Chef_griffo4, Jul 5, 12:15 pm



Thanks Sam teach me not to read more carefully ;-)

Chef_griffo4, Jul 5, 12:16 pm



No worries griffo4 - I certainly meant no offence to you. Making the comment that admittedly was directed to you had the effect that I hoped for i.e. it bumped the thread up and grabbed the attention of rarogal so you got the recipe you had requested and all is well. Hope you enjoy the slice made with rarogal's recipe. :-))

Chef_245sam, Jul 5, 1:56 pm

griffo4 wrote:
Rarogal thank you so much for posting this recipe

l will be making this when l get some malt biscuits[/quot
You're welcome! Hope you enjoy. My sister sent it to me from Virginia in the U.S., her family favourite, and now mine. One of those slices that tastes even better next day!

Chef_rarogal, Jul 5, 2:49 pm



Certainly no offence taken l did a chuckle when l saw what l had done and it was nice of you to point it out to me
Thank you for putting up the recipe l will try that as well

Chef_griffo4, Jul 5, 3:09 pm

l have super wine biscuits and it is pouring with rain hmmmmm might have to test this recipe out and put a bit of cocoa in for colour

Any thoughts on this would be great, thanks

Chef_griffo4, Apr 9, 6:15 am

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