25 Sep 2008

Quick & Easy.. Apple cake (in dry)




A new Season is beginning; spring that far,is my favorite season of the year. I though how beautiful is  how the bloosons are growing in trees, the fresh and vivid green in grass and the fruits and vegetables of the season.




Red delicious apple are  very good in Argentina, and is the most popular apple variety in the world.
The  mainl Argentine production area is  Rio Negro Valley, at about 600 miles southwest of Buenos Aires between the Andes  and the Atlantic Ocean in Northern Patagonia.



There are a large variety of Red Delicious Apples but for a real quality difference the Southern Argentine Red Delicious is becoming so popular. This fruit distinguishes because of the thin bright red skin with a mildly flavored fine-grained white flesh. And just because this I made this cake using this variety.

 The cake is delicious, moist and light .When you start to read the recipe; you must think if really works In fact this was my third try and I found the recipe’s secret. The key I explain down here

Apple Cake (in dry)


Ingredients
  • 2 apples
  • 1 cup flour
  • 1/2 cup white sugar,1/2 cup muscavado sugar
  • 2 oz butter
  • 1 tablespoon baking powder
  • 2 -3 teaspoons powdered cinnamon
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla essence
Method
Pre heat oven (400°F)
Butter well a 9x9 inches baking pan with 20g (1g=0,035 ounces) butter.
Peel apples and cute in thin slices, sprinkle with sugar and lemon juice . Let rest.
Mix well the dry ingredients
In another bowl, mix eggs, milk and vanilla essence
Pour a half of the dry mix in the pan,
Covered with the apple slices, (don’t drain) sprinkle the cinnamon and pour small dices of butter over them
Pour over the other half of dry mix and covered with the eggs en milk mix. Insert a fork in the middle and sides of the raw cake and burst,make this to absorb the liquid.
Bake for 30, 40 minutes until golden brown.

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20 comments:

Manggy said...

That's quite an intriguing procedure (with the fork), but the outcome looks incredible! :)

Anonymous said...

Very nice... it sounds so strange though to read "SPRING" in your post, here it is autumn... and it is getting cold. Nice recipe!
Ciao.
Orchidea

Ivy said...

I love apples and your recipe looks delicious. Is it Spring now in Argentina?

Paz said...

colors in your photos. Beautiful! Colorful! Happy Spring! In New York, we have just started the Fall/Autumn season. That is my favorite season. ;-)

I could eat your apple cake right NOW! It looks very delicious.

Besos,
Paz

Gloria (Canela) said...

Sylvia esto luce absolutamente delicioso, aquì tambièn està empezando la Primavera, pero despues de unos dìas de calor ha vuelto a hacer frìo, que inestable es el tiempo verdad?? A mì me encanta el Otoño, pero la primavera y el Verano tienen la gracia que traen preciosas frutas y verduras nuevas. Cariños, Gloria

Dhanggit said...

Spring is also my fave season and you magnificently brought it in pictures! And that apple cake is calling my name! yummy

Stacey Snacks said...

Hola,
I want to make your apple cake recipe with freshly picked apples!
you say only 50 grams of butter, is that about 2 oz. of butter? (which would be about 3 tablespoons). Can you confirm this is correct!
Gracias!
Stacey Snacks

ovenhaven said...

I love apple anything, and this sounds like a great recipe to try out! Thanks for the recipe tricks :)

Lori Lynn said...

Apple Cake sounds great Sylvia. And we are both happy at the same time in different hemispheres because Autumn is my favorite season!

Lisa said...

Very nice cake!

Amanda said...

Wow, saw this cake on food gawker and it looks so good! I will definitely try it, I have an overabundance of apples to use up!

cakebaker_cakemaker said...

Just one question you've used a metric measurement for the butter (grams) is your cup measurement for the flour a metric cup?

Cynthia said...

Sylvia, I adore your photographs.

Sylvia said...

Manggy, Yeah is a weird way, but really works.

Orchidea. I agrre , I feel the same when I saw on North hemisphere's blogs autumn.

Ivy , Is right we are in Spring right now.

Thanks Paz. The colors are to picture the spring.

Si Gloria, todavia no es bien bien Primavera , pero ya se nota en los arboles y en las flores.

Dhanggit, The cake is so good, you must try

Stacey I am so glad that you love the cake as well your family.

Overhaven You welcome

Lori Lynn I am glad to heard this, in fact I like autumn, but I confess that I hate winter.

Lisa
Thanks

Lisa , you must ty, the cake is easier and the results are delicious

Cake baker. i send an E mail for you explaining the measures.

Marysol said...

Que sencillo y delicioso los resultados del cake de manzanas! Gracias por compartir la receta.

Darius T. Williams said...

Ahh -t his looks really good. It's Spring there - it's turning to Fall here...wow!

-DTW
www.everydaycookin.blogspot.com

Coffee and Vanilla said...

Hi,

Just a short note to let you know that you have been nominated to October's Inspiring Photgraphy Poll:
http://www.coffeeandvanilla.com/?p=3128

Have a nice day, Margot

Bellini Valli said...

This is a seasonal dish for sure Sylvia. Appples are in a great abundance this time of the year here in Canada:D

Vicki said...

I made this cake yesterday - easy and delicious! Thanks for the recipe :-)

mysweetestday said...

I tried this out and yes, not nly was it super easy...but it was really tasty too! It was devoured by my friends. Here is my post, with pictures:

http://mysweetestday.wordpress.com/2008/10/05/an-apple-a-day/

gracias!