Apple Upside-Down

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Today i bring to blog a classic, when leaves are on paths and fire in on nthing better than comfort food like this cake. Big bug hot chocolate and slice this cake. Yes please !! I use the Bramley Apples.1809
The first Bramley tree grew from pips planted by a young girl, Mary Ann Brailsford, in her garden in Southwell, Nottinghamshire, England.Today
The old nickname for the Bramley was “The King of Covent Garden” and still exists today in the New Covent Garden Market, where all specialist fruit wholesales can offer Bramleys to their customers for 12 months of the year.The original Bramley apple tree continues to bear fruit to this day. Those few pips planted by a little girl in her garden in Nottinghamshire 200 years ago are responsible for what is today a £37 million industry, with commercial growers across Kent, East Anglia and the West Midlands.

Visit :Bramley Apples History

Ingredients:

8 apples (I used #LoveBramley)
4 eggs
250g Sugar
150g melted butter (I used coconut oil)
300 g flour
1 teaspoon baking tea
100 ml of milk (soybean used)
vanilla essence
2chavenas yellow sugar
12 tablespoons of water soup

Peel the apples, I used 6 large. 3 on the top sliced in cake and 3 other cut into cubes and mixed in the dough.
Caramel with 2 cups of sugar and water and let get road point, attention not leave much yellow or burnt flavor goes for cake.
Caramelize a formless hole and overlap one layer of apples.
Mix the eggs (yolks) and sugar until you get a soft mixture.
Add the butter and milk, stir again.
Finalize Mix the sifted flour with baking powder and stir with a spoon.
Beat the egg whites until stiff ( add pinch of salt )and fold into the batter with the diced apple.
Pour prepared in the form (tin) and bake in preheated oven, 45 minute at 180c degrees.

Unmold the cake still warm to the caramel and apple out best of shape.

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