It was snowing in the morning when I got up and it kept snowing. That is more snow then precasted and we have a nice winter chaos out there. The main problem (like every year) are trucks without winter tyre. The traffic jam on our highway is at the moment about 20 km and I’m nearly happy that I’m on sick leave due to a fevery bronchitis and can stay home.
And so I use the time to show you the baked apple cake I made some weeks ago. The tiny little apples were part of my christmas decoration and slowly they have to be eaten. And because they where great as baked apple before I was inspired to bake a bake apple cake. It was a spontaneous idea. And just when I put the cake in the oven my parents called if we want to take a walk in the woods together in the afternoon. Maybe they smelled already the delicious cake?
Baked Apple Cake
- 250g flour Type 405
- 125g Butter
- 80g sugar
- 1 pinch of Salt
- 1 Egg
- a drop of water, if needed
- 200g grounded almonds
- 50g honey
- 1 Tsp. cinammon
- 1 kg small apples (5 cm Durchmesser)
- 150g cream
- 150g sour cream
- 2 egg yolks
- 30g starch
- 40g sugar
- pulp of 1 vanilla bean
Mix Butter with sugar and egg , then add flour and salt and knead shortly until homogenous. Place in the fridge for 30 min. Now roll thinly and line a tarte form (Diameter 24 cm).
Mix grounded almonds with honey and cinammon. Wash the apples and cut the part with the stem as lid. Set the lid aside and remove the core from the upper part of the apple. Place all apples in a casserole and fill them with the almond-honey-filling and put the lit on the apples.
Bake at 180°C with steam(or in a casserole with lid) for 10 min.
In the meantime prepare the vanilla filling: Mix all ingredients for the filling until homogenous.
Now place the baked apples in the prepared tarte form. Carefully pour the filling around them.
Bake at 180°C for 45 min.
Vielen Dank für das Rezept.
Das sieht ja echt lecker aus.
Mal sehen ob ich das auch so hinbekomme 🙂
Wenn er so gut schmeckte, wie er aussieht… hm. 🙂
Und du backst den Mürbeteig gar nicht blind?
Liebe Grüße und gute Besserung,
@Eva: Danke! Ich backe fast nie blind, höchstens wenn nur die Backzeit der Füllung sehr kurz ist.