Fyriskaka - Swedish cinnamon cake with apples
When it's cold outside the best thing is a cup of hot tea and a soft, spicy, sweet and fragrant cake. Fyriskaka is a classic apple pie of Swedish origin. It warms the heart with its simplicity, with its smell of baked apples, and its sent of cardamom and cinnamon. It is very tasty once cooled down but even better warm with a scoop of whipped cream next to it.
For 4 Person(s)
- 500 g apples
- 2 tbsp brown sugar
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- 110 g melted butter
- 140 g all-purpose flour
- 80 g brown sugar
- 2 eggs
- 0.5 tsp baking powder
- 8 (or more) unpeeled cardamom seeds (or 1 tsp cardamom powder)
- 0.5 tsp coriander seeds (or coriander powder)
Fyriskaka - Swedish cinnamon cake with apples Directions
- (This step is optional, you can also use ground spices) In an empty frying pan heat peeled cardamom seeds (the blacks seeds that are inside the green pods) and coriander seeds for a couple of minutes. Place the seeds in a mortar and grind them.
- In a bowl mix 2 tablespoons of brown sugar with the cinnamon. Peel apples and cut them into slices. Put them in the bowl with sugar and toss gently to cover them completely. Set aside.
- In a bowl, mix the melted butter with the remaining sugar.
- Add the coriander/cardamom powder and eggs and mix well with a whisk.
- Add the sifted flour and the baking powder and stir in briefly.
- Brush a round baking tray (21-23 cm wide) with very little butter and dust with some flour (you also can use the baking paper). Pour the dough and flatten it gently. Place the apple slices in the batter in a circular formation.
I was looking for something simple for apples I needed to use. Keeping this recipe for sure! I loved...
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