Thin slices of apples baked with soft dough make one of the most delicious apple pies you’ve ever tasted.
Apple pie season is in full swing since fall! We are also very happy to participate and bring you many ideas to prepare famous cakes from this typically autumnal fruit.
Today we have chosen this interesting cake, the preparation of which is strikingly similar to the procedure for potato bab or harula. Thin slices of apples that you can grate on a grater, create with a vegetable peeler or simply cut with a knife, mix with flour, egg, sweeten with sugar and add cinnamon for a nice aroma. Then we turn everything into a mold and bake it in the oven until golden brown. Very similar to a baby potato. That’s why this cookie asks for a name:
This cake will be in the oven in half an hour. Then you have about an hour to prepare your tea and find a place to enjoy it in peace.
7 medium-sized apples
2 tablespoons of lemon juice
4 pieces of egg
100 g of sugar
200 ml of milk
50 g of butter
160 g plain flour
1 pinch of salt
1.5 KL raising powder
1 KL cinnamon
50 g of butter to pour
Peel the apples, cut them into larger crescents and use a scraper, knife or grater to create very thin slices, which we gradually add to a bowl of ice water until we have processed all the apples in this way.
Then drain the slices and mix them with lemon juice so they don’t turn black.
In a large bowl, beat whole eggs, sugar, add milk, melted butter and beat again with a whisk. Then mix flour, salt, baking powder and ground cinnamon into the liquid mixture.
Finally, we gradually mix the apple slices into the resulting dough and layer the mixture in a cake pan (25 cm), the bottom of which we cover with baking paper and we grease it together with the edges with butter.
Align the puff pastry well and shake it in the form, pour melted butter over the top and bake the cake in an oven heated to 170°C for about 60 minutes.
Apple baba tastes amazing both hot and cold.
Simple body with an apple and fresh cream filling. A perfect dessert with a cup of coffee.
Photo source: RadoTo
Source text: dobruchut.sk