Apple Cake by Moonika. Moonika õunakook

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Monika kook1(19)This is again the very simple cake. If you do not have time, use biscuit cookies (like Lady Fingers or similar) for bottom and ready Pudding.

Apples are not my first choice. Apples are usual. And if you have so wide choice, why to pick the apples?

And then somewhere someone serving to me some apple jam and…I am sold.
My mother told me, when I was baby I had very bad appetite. One trick to make me eat was use everywhere apple jam and hide others ingredients and food under it 🙂

The key of this cake is apple jam. Specific  mild apple taste.

Monika kook1(13)

Apple Cake by Moonika

  • Servings: 4-6
  • Difficulty: easy
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A simple cake with apple sauce

Ingredients

  • Biscuit. Look for recipe here
  • For apple jam

  • ca 1 litre apple, peel and cut in to a 4
  • For cream

  • 200 g sugar
  • 4 tablespoon flour
  • 6 egg yolks
  • 4 dl cream 35%
  • 2 dl milk

Directions

  1. For cream: mix sugar, flour and egg yolks. Add cream and milk. And heat, while mixture is thick.
  2. For jam: put peeled, cleaned apples in to the microwave oven. Heat 5-8 minutes.
  3. 3.  Make the cake:) Put on to the biscuit sauce and cream, then again biscuit. From this quantity you should get 4 layers.
  4. Decorate and leave for overnight in to the refrigerator to set.

Monika kook1(5)

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