The British love apples and perfectly master the skill of making apple pies. When an Englishman wants to say that something is typically British, he says “as English as apple pie” (“English, like apple pie”).
Crunchy dough, sour apples, custard or whipped cream are what make up the traditional English pie. It is served hot, it smells sweet, the filling flows out of the cut lobule, the cream melts into a gravy.
If the pies had organized competitions among themselves, then this English comrade would simply have no competitors.
Apple pie is not difficult to make. Continue reading
This cupcake is baked in a round shape with a hole in the middle. This type of cake is called a bandt-cake. The apple band with apples is a complex and multicomponent piece of gastronomic art. There will be a lot of almost ritual mixing, whipping, erasing – but be that as it may, the apple bandt – was, is and is sure to remain, one of the most English dishes.
3 cups flour
1 tsp cinnamon
0.5 tsp salt
baking soda and vinegar
300 grams of butter
2 cups sugar Continue reading
Who among us has not tried apple pie? Everyone has their favorite recipe, which lifts up your mood with a cup of tea. French cake inside out – another modification on the apple theme, unusual, beautiful and very tasty!
The history of this dessert begins at the end of the 19th century, and as it should be, it was overgrown with beautiful legends. But as the French say, if you can not figure out the situation – cherchez la femme. In the story of tartin, tateen was not without a woman either.
In the small town of Lamotte-Beuvron, in the province of Sologne, a certain gentleman by the name of Tatin opened a small hotel, whose management after his death was inherited by his daughters Stephanie and Caroline. Continue reading