Apple And Potato Cake (Bakestone Recipes)
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Apple And Potato Cake (Bakestone Recipes)
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:55:44 AM. Recipe ID 17697. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Apple and potato cake (bakestone recipes)
 Categories: Breads, Cakes, Breakfast, Fruits, Vegetables
      Yield: 8 servings
  1 1/2 lb Floury potatoes
      3 t  Salt
      2 oz Butter
      4 T  Self-raising flour
      2    Apples, peeled,cored,chopped
      2 T  Granulated sugar
      3 T  Softened butter
  The potatoes must be hot and floury, but either eating apples or
  cooking apples can be used. (Best results with a cooking apple,
  though.) -- Boil the peeled potatoes in well-salted water. Drain and
  cover with a cloth to "dry in their steam". Sieve or rice into a
  warmed mixing bowl, and beat in the fat. Work in sufficient flour to
  make the dough manageable, adding salt to taste. Divide the dough in
  half and roll or pat into 2 rounds of equal size just over 1/2 inch
  thick. Place one round on the warmed bakestone and spread with the
  chopped apple. Cover with the other round of dough and pinch the
  edges together.  -- Bake on the bakestone over a moderate heat until
  brown underneath.  Turn using the broadest spatula you have, or two
  spatulas and a friend.  Cook the other side.  Remove the cake to a
  hot serving dish.  Carefully peel up one side of the top of the cake,
  spread the apples with the softened butter, and sprinkle them with
  sugar. Fold that half down and do the same to the other side.
  Sprinkle sugar on top, and serve immediately, with thick cool cream.

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Recipe ID 17697 (Apr 03, 2005)

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