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Rustic Apple Cake – An International Favorite

Rustic Apple Cake –

International Favorite –

Giallo Zafferano –

We are all familiar with Apple Cake and many of the different variations. In this Video Sonia prepares a little different Rustic Version. Very tasty and interesting it’s worth a try. I can taste it now. Wonderful recipe.

In general Apple cake is a popular dessert produced with the main ingredient of apples. Such a cake is made through the process of slicing this sweet fruit to add fragrance to a plain cake base. Traditional apple cakes go a step further by including various spices such as nutmeg or cinnamon, which give a unique flavour. Upon the addition of spices the batter can also be accompanied by crushed nuts, the most popular being walnuts and almonds.

Dorset apple cake, Devon apple cake and Somerset apple cake are traditional forms of this cake, respectively from Dorset, Devon and Somerset, England. They may include apple juices local to these counties as part of their recipes, but are not necessary.

Apples are also used in other cakes, including chocolate cake, where their water-retention can help a normally-dry cake to stay moist. In this case they may be either dried or fresh.

Apple cake called Szarlotka or Jabłecznik is a very popular traditional dessert in Poland. It’s made from sweetcrust pastry and spiced apple filling. It can be topped with kruszonka (crumbles), meringue or just dusted with caster sugar. An additional layer of budyń (a polish variation of custard) sometimes can be found. In restaurants and cafes usually served hot with whipped cream and coffee.

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