Love Apples? Try This Delicious Upside-down Cake

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Mar 2, 2014

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Love Apples? Try This Delicious Upside-down Cake

Here’s a dish which you must try. Very easy to make and tastes like something and expert chef would make, it is also a great way to use up extra apples at home. It looks really elegant when it’s turned upside down even though it’s a simple dish. You can use a buttermilk pancake mix for the cake and it will still be delicious. You may even want to consider using dark brown sugar to make it for brunch sometime. A perfect dish to send you to a trip to gourmet heaven and back..!!


Ingredients:


For topping:


    Unsalted butter – 3 tbsp

    Packed light brown sugar- ½ cup

    Apples, peeled, cored, and cut into thin wedges - 1 lb


For biscuit cake:


    All-purpose flour - 1 cup

    Granulated sugar- ¼ cup

    Baking powder – 1 tsp

    Baking soda- ½ tsp

    Salt – ½ tsp

    Cinnamon – ½ tsp

    Cold unsalted butter, cut into pieces – 5 tbsp

    Well-shaken buttermilk- ½ cup


Accompaniment: crème fraîche or sour cream (optional)


 


Preparation:


First, you need to preheat oven to 425°F.


Make topping:


Heat butter in an ovenproof 10-inch heavy skillet (preferably well-seasoned cast-iron) over moderate heat until foam subsides. Stir in brown sugar and remove from heat. Spread mixture evenly in skillet and arrange apples, overlapping, in 1 layer.


Make cake:


Blend flour, sugar, baking powder and soda, salt, and cinnamon in a food processor. Add butter and pulse until mixture resembles coarse meal. Transfer to a bowl and add buttermilk, stirring just until mixture is moistened.


Drop batter on top of apples and gently spread, leaving a 1-inch border around edge of skillet. (Cake needs room to expand.)


Bake cake in middle of oven until golden brown and firm to the touch, 25 to 30 minutes. Cool cake in skillet on a rack 3 minutes, then invert onto a platter. Replace any apples that stick to skillet on cake.


Serve warm with sour cream or crème fraîche


 


Source – epicurious.com, Wikipedia

Image courtesy: bakedbyrachel.com




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