- Those cakes are from the mother of a friend and really delicious!
75 g sugar
75 g butter
1/2 pkg baking powder (about 1 tsp)
1 kg peeled and cut in pieces
3/4 l cider (apple wine)
250 g sugar
2 pkg vanilla sugar (5-6 tsp)
For Dough: --
Knead ingredients together and put in a pan. Be sure to pull the dough
up so that the brim is covered as well (only the inside, that is...).
For Topping: --
Boil cider with sugar, vanilla sugar and pudding. Add apple pieces and boil until the apples become soft. Fill the cider-apple-pudding in the pan on the dough.
175 deg C for about 90 minutes.
30 minutes at
165 deg C.
Take out of the oven, let cool down and put over night in the
refridgerator. Serve with lots of whipped cream. %%
APRICOT PUDDING CAKE
1/2 tsp baking powder
80 g butter
little grated lemon peel
Sieve flour and baking powder, add other ingredients and knead together. Lay on a cookie sheet so that you have a smooth layer of dough. Streusel: --
200 g flour
125 g sugar
125 g margarine
1 pkg vanilla sugar (2-3 tsp)
1 pinch cinnamon (to taste)
Knead ingredients together.
4 cups whipping cream
2 pkg vanilla pudding (1 pkg is for 1/2 l milk)
2 cans apricots (ca. 400g each)
Boil pudding with whipping cream and stir constantly to avoid forming of
a skin. Spread on the dough layer.
Spread apricots evenly on the pudding and cover with Streusel.
175 deg C for 40 minutes in a hot air oven. %%
FAST FRUIT CAKE
100 g sugar
100 g flour
Any fruit you like...
Stirr eggs and sugar until foamy. Gradually stir in flour.
Put in a fatted pan for tart pastries (a big shallow pan).
20 minutes at
175 deg C in a hot air oven. Can be layered with fruit to taste.
else would be fine as well.) %%
200 g sugar
250 g butter or margarine
1 pkg Bourbon vanilla sugar (2-3 tsp)
3 drop bitter almond oil
1 pinch salt
1 pkg baking powder (2-3 tsp)
500 g flour
1/2 cup water with a little bit soda water
3 tblsp Nesquick cocoa
Stir sugar, butter, eggs, vanilla sugar, salt and bitter almond oil until foamy.
Mix flour with baking powder in the above made mixture and stir in
water. The dough should be rather tough and not too wet.
Oil baking pan, and dress with bread-crumbs. Fill in two thirds of the
dough. Stir in cocoa in the other part of the dough and add a bit of water
until the consistency of the cocoa dough matches that of the light dough.
Put the dark dough on the white one and pull a fork in spirals through
60 minuten at
175 deg C in the hot air oven. %%