Sunday, October 7, 2012

Apple Crumble Cake









Jane Austen moment in Persuasion

Chapter 12

The word curricle made Charles Musgrove jump up that he might compare it with his own; the servant in mourning roused Anne's curiosity, and the whole six were collected to look, by the time the owner of the curricle was to be seen issuing from the door amidst the bows and civilities of the household, and taking his seat, to drive off.
"Ah!" cried Captain Wentworth, instantly, and with half a glance at Anne, "it is the very man we passed."
The Miss Musgroves agreed to it; and having all kindly watched him as far up the hill as they could, they returned to the breakfast table. The waiter came into the room soon afterwards.
"Pray," said Captain Wentworth, immediately, "can you tell us the name of the gentleman who is just gone away?"
"Yes, Sir, a Mr Elliot, a gentleman of large fortune, came in last night from Sidmouth.  Dare say you heard the carriage, sir, while you were at dinner; and going on now for Crewkherne, in his way to Bath and London."



Apple Crumble Cake

Ingredients:
2 apples –cored & diced
60g ground hazelnut
80g raisins
3 eggs
140g  salted butter (room temperature)
130g powdered sugar
200g flour + 1 tbsp
1 tsp baking powder
Rectangle baking pan

For crumble:
50g flour
30g cold salted butter
40g hazelnuts
30g sugar
Directions:


1)      Greased  baking pan. Combine flour & baking powder. In a large bowl beat butter & sugar till creamy. Gradually add in eggs , one at a time & hazelnut with flour mixture till well combined.

2)      In a bowl toss to coat  diced apples & raisins with 1 tbsp of flour . Add in batter & stir till well combined. Pour batter in baking pan.


3)      Preheat oven to 160°C. For crumble: In a bowl combine butter, sugar , ground hazelnut & flour. Cut the butter in with your fingers till mixture forms crumbs. Topped crumble mixture on batter evenly & bake for 1 hour.





Leonard De Vinci Roses from my garden



16 comments:

  1. cake looks wonderful lovely flowers

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  2. Hi, Kit, got up in the morning & saw this apple crumble cake! Just the right time for me a grab 1 for my breakfast? I love the pink roses too!

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  3. Hi Kit, I am drooling over your appple crumble cake, I am certainly going to bake me some soon! Looks so yummy!

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  4. oh my Kit... what else is in your garden??? I love yr roses sooooo much... it will always bring a smile to me...

    this apple crumble cake looks great, i will bookmark this:)

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  5. I love the pink roses too, you have such a beautiful garden. And you always pick the best flowers to complement your bakes ;)

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  6. Love your roses!!! So beautiful!
    and this A.B.C. cake is really a winner. Love the simplicity of it! Your nectarine cake also looks yummy..
    xoxo
    Anuja

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  7. Faaaaaancy! These look amazingly nice.

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  8. This is just unbelievable!!
    I could not imagine of a cake with apples like this. :)

    Ongoing Event: Cooking Made Easy With Cheese/Paneer

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  9. Your apple crumble cake sounds and looks delicious! I thought of not saying this, but can't help it, I'm green with envy over your apple harvest!! There! I've said it, now can I have a few of your cake with your wonderful harvested apples?
    :)

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  10. Yummy indeed ! I couldn't help but drool while reading your post ! lol That cake is full of flavor and I must say that the texture must be really good esp with the addition of your homegrown apples !

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  11. hi kit, this is one great looking cake and look at the crumbles, i will enjoy eating it very much! but right now, i'm enjoying listening to the music that's been played on your blog!

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  12. Hi kit, your cake always look extremely good and mouthwatering. Wish I can have 1 slice now and same time want a bunch of your beautiful flowers. LOL

    You sure good at gardening too, all your flowers are gorgeous.

    Have a nice week ahead, regards. With hugs to you.

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