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The Apple Cake that believed to be a Panettone

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Ingredients

4 eggs
100 gr sugar
100 ml canola oil
200 gr ricotta cheese
100 ml milk
100 gr plain flour
1 yeast bag Pane Angeli
200 gr wholemeal flour
2 pink lady apples
100 gr almond flakes
100 gr pinenuts
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 spoon sugar
1/2 lemon lemon juice

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The Apple Cake that believed to be a Panettone

Cuisine:

La ricetta del Cuore

  • 1:30 hour
  • Medium

Ingredients

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It is a nice spring night. I am concentrating on writing the new recipe of this apple pie, which believed to be a Panettone, with the help of my daughter. Lavinia is so exited to help me making apple cake. Someone knocks on the door…. finally my husband is at home! …. but he is not alone!

When I open the door I find my father from Italy straight in front of me! My heart stops for a moment in a state of confusion….. It was the most beautiful hug! 

 

The Pink Lady Apple was developed over 30 years ago in Western Australia by John Cripps as a natural cross between Lady Williams and Golden. I love these apples, so sweet!

 

Steps

1
Done
10 minutes

The Pink Lady apples

Wash your Pink lady apples, peel and cut them into little cubes. Pour the little cubes in a bowl and add 1 spoon of sugar, 1 teaspoon of cinnamon, 1/2 lemon juice. Mix well and add almond flakes and pinenuts.

2
Done
15 minutes

The dough

Grease and flour a cylindrical cake pan. Preheat the oven 170.
Place eggs and sugar in a stand mixer fitted with wire whip, and beat for 5 minutes. Add ricotta cheese, milk and canola oil. Beat to combined for about 5 minutes. Add plain flour, wholemeal flour and yeast bag, previously sifted together. Beat for 5 minutes.

3
Done
5 minutes

The Cake that believed to be a Panettone

Get off the bowl from the stand mixer. Add to the mixture the Pink Lady apple previously seasoned. Mix well with plastic spatula. Pour into the cake pan. Decorate with almond, pinenuts and sugar.
Bake for 1 hour.
After 1 hour make sure it is well cooked by inserting a long toothpick into the cake. If the toothpick is dirty with dough cook for another 15 minutes.

Annapaola

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