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Cooking Apples

Posted by Eurobyte on 19 March 2013

Lately, we’ve been "cooking" some Apples. As there’s a huge variety out there it’s been fairly difficult to make them taste nice and not too sweet or too sour. But for some reason, more often than not, they end up a little bit too sour for our tech taste… and too expensive considering Apples are now in season (or very popular). But we’re not giving up. We’ll keep looking for that perfect Apple recipe. Until then, here comes an apple cake recipe that’s nearly perfect (and it could easily end up on our Easter menu… it’s that good):

Nanna’s Apple Cake (mmmmm!)



4 eggs
2 cups sugar
2 cups plain flour
1 cup natural yogurt
1 cup vegetable oil
8g baking powder

Note: Cup here is not a cup measurement. It is rather a "real" cup. Choose one of your smaller coffee/tea/milk mugs (i.e. not bigger than 200ml) and use the same cup to measure ingredients.


1.5kg Pink Lady apples (peeled, seeds removed, thinly sliced)
2 teaspoons vanilla sugar
50g caster sugar
½ teaspoon cinnamon


  1. For filling, combine all ingredients then gently simmer (over low heat) until apples are very soft and not too moist.
  2. Preheat oven to 180o C.
  3. For cake mixture, beat eggs and sugar until sugar is dissolved. Add flour (mixed with baking powder), yogurt, and oil then mix with a wooden spoon until well combined and smooth. Grease a baking dish (25cm x 20cm). Pour a half the mixture into the dish and bake for about 10 minutes. Take the dish out and place apple filling evenly over the cake. Top with remaining cake mixture and bake everything for approximately 30 minutes (or until done as baking time may vary between ovens).
  4. Let the cake cool a bit then cut it into diamond-shaped pieces.
  5. Dust with powder sugar just before serving.


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