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Separate the egg whites from the yolks, beat them with a pinch of salt, then add the sugar in the rain, cinnamon, grated lemon peel, oil and then the flour mixed with the baking powder, mix the composition well.
Wallpaper a form with baking paper and pour the composition into it, put in the oven approx. 10-15 min.
Meanwhile we prepare the apples:
Peel a squash, grate it and squeeze the juice into the apple juice, lemon juice and sugar.
Then we drain them in a strainer.
We prepare cream:
Beat the yolks with the sugar, add the milk, then put the resulting composition on low heat until it thickens, chewing continuously.
Prepare the gelatin according to the instructions on the package, then pour it over the cream mixed with whipped cream and let it cool for 5-10 minutes.
We cut the top in 2.
I made 2 cakes, one for us and one for my mother-in-law on the occasion of March 1, but you can make one yourself and it will come out taller.
Pour the cream over the syrupy countertop in which the apples were boiled, then put a layer of cream, apples and again a layer of cream.
Garnish with whipped cream and jellies.
Diploma with apples
For the top :, * 60 gr flour, * 60 gr sugar, * 6 gr cinnamon, * 2 eggs, * 2 teaspoons grated lemon peel, * a teaspoon oil, * 1 baking powder,, For apples :,, * 100 g apple juice, * 20 ml lemon juice, * 2 tablespoons powdered sugar,, for cream :,, * 60 gr sugar, * 160 ml milk, * 3 egg yolks, * 1 sachet of gelatin, * 150 gr whipped cream, * a tablespoon of powdered sugar, * vanilla essence, * 2 apples,, for decoration :,, * whipped cream, * chocolates, * jellies
Difficulty: Average | Time: 45 min
Cake with apples
When I was little and I spent my summer holidays in the country (which I admit were the most beautiful), I went to visit my grandmother's sister almost every day. He lived almost as soon as I passed the garden and reached it. She was very stingy and had no children, but she loved me so much that every time I went to her she would pamper me with cherry or raspberry syrup. A finger of syrup, then cold water from the well until the glass was full, was no better on sunny summer days. Sometimes I was lucky enough to receive an extra apple cake bonus! For me, it was something unprecedented and incredibly good, my aunt did not cook or like sweets, and she received this wonderful cake from a Hungarian sister-in-law who lived in Târgu Mureș. Soft, fluffy and fragrant, the apple filling went smoothly in those heats.
I have never eaten an apple cake since then and I honestly forgot about it until the other day I received a large net of summer apples and with the thought of an apple pie for my legs I remembered it and said to see how it's done, with my aunt it's a bit difficult to get in touch not because she's far away but because she doesn't speak Romanian very well, so I thought I'd take the reins, that is, the recipe in my hands and make a cake the way I want it I remembered. Guess what, I really succeeded, not that it would be something extremely complicated, I'm not the type to prepare complicated recipes, so I'm writing you the recipe, maybe you can try it too.
- 400g white flour
- 25g fresh yeast
- 2 egg yolks + 1 egg yolk to grease on top
- 50g sugar
- 50g oil
- about 100ml of warm milk
- lemon essence
- 4-5 suitable apples
- 1 tablespoon sugar
- ½ cinnamon teaspoon
- 1 tablespoon semolina
To start, rub the fresh yeast with a little sugar until it liquefies, then add 50ml of lukewarm water, a teaspoon of white flour, mix and let it grow hot.
Rub the yolks well with the sugar, oil and then add the lemon essence.
Sift the flour on a board and add a little salt. I use Manitoba flour which is great for pastries and can only be found at Selgros.
Put the rest of the ingredients on top of the flour, respectively the egg mixture, the yeast, the warm milk, then knead a harder dough and leave it to rise for an hour. If you have a bread machine, all the better, it does all the work, that is, it saves you from kneading.
While the dough is growing, prepare the apple filling, peel the apples, then put them on the grater with large holes, squeeze them well with the juice and temper them with a little sugar in a pan, preferably with a larger diameter than the liquid left by the apples. evaporate faster. When the liquid has completely dropped, add the cinnamon. Be careful not to leave them too long otherwise they turn into jam. Let the apple filling cool.
After an hour when the dough has risen nicely, grease the worktop with a little oil and spread a sheet about 1 cm thick. I stretched it a little thicker but I advise you to stretch it thinner. Sprinkle semolina (I wrote a spoon but you might use more) which has the role of absorbing moisture from the filling. Then we spread the filling slightly, leaving about 1-2 cm of the edge free.
Roll lightly and place the cake in a tray lined with baking paper. Let it rise for a while as we preheat the oven to 180g C.
We grease the cake with egg yolk mixed with oil, it's not a computer effect, I used homemade egg, that's why the color is so yellow.
Sprinkle with sugar and bake for 40 minutes.
Let cool covered with a textile napkin then serve the sliced cake. It's wonderfully good, I preferred to use a photo with my big foot, it was so nice that I said to put it on the cover :).
I hope you try it too and be just as excited!
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