26 Mar 2013

Step by step in Apple Cake Making

The microwaved apples should be pliable but not completely soft when cooked. To test for doneness, take one slice and try to bend it, if it snaps in half, it's too firm; add more seconds to microwave and test it again. Malt beverage with apple flavor is available in supermarket, or you can use white rum if you have stock in the bar.
Here are the steps that I took during baking:

1. Prepare the pan:
Grease and line with baking paper a round springform pan and put on rimmed baking sheet lined with aluminum foil. In the beginning of the process, I wondered why I need to put on another baking sheet. And I found out at the end, when the cake is done, that the purpose of that aluminum foil is to take and hold some juice from the batter.

 2. Microwave and toss the slice apples:
Set aside and let it cool for 15 minutes.

 3. Combine the dry Ingredients:
Whisk the flour, sugar, baking powder and salt in a bowl.

 4. Combine the wet ingredients:
In another bowl, whisk the egg, oil, milk and vanilla extract.

 5. Whisk the dry into the wet ingredients until combined.

 6. Transfer 1 cup of batter into another bowl and put the additional flour.

 7. Put the additional egg yolks to the remaining batter and whisk until combined.

 8. Gently fold the cooled apple slices into the batter and transfer to the prepared pan.

 9. Spread evenly the reserved batter on the top of the cake batter in the pan and sprinkle with the remaining granulated sugar.
 And now it's ready to bake!

See the result: Cookinghub Apple Cake

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