Norwegian Sunday Apples / Søndagsepler

A recipe for a lovely and a little unusual apple cake
found on
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Norwegian Sunday Apples / Søndagsepler

A delicious cake – with apples sauce, apple sticks and Custard.
This cake will save the Sunday every time.

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Instant Apple Slices / Raske Epleskiver

A baking recipe found in “The Farmers Family Baking Book”
a free E-book published by Devondale
Instant Apple Slices / Raske Epleskiver

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Dorset Apple Cake / Dorset Eplekake

A classic English kake recipe found on bbcgoodfood.com
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A rustic bake with chunks of sweet fruit and a crunchy
demerara sugar topping.

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Dorset Apple Cake / Eplekake fra Dorset

A traditional British recipe found on picturebritain.com
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In Dorset, the areas around the towns of Bridport and Beaminster have a soil which particularly suits apple growing. Cider is made from some of the apples grown in the county, and in the past was used as a necessary supplement to farm labourers’ wages.

There are many recipes for Dorset Apple Cake, as it seems to be one of those recipes which people find their own way with. This is based on the advice of a long-time Dorset resident, Marion Watson, who writes on “ ” website that “most traditional recipes are based on the rubbed-in method mixed with milk to give a rather scone-like mixture.”

This recipe comes from a page on Dorsetshire.com, and it follows the method just described.

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D C Style Apple Cake / Eplekake Washington D C style

A recipe from “Internasjonale Familefavoritter” (International Family Favourites) by Ron Kalenuik published in 1976d c eplekake_post

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Apple Turnovers / Epletriangler

An afternoon tea classic found on essentially-england.com524_Apple Turnovers_post

What are apple turnovers? At the most basic, they are sugar-covered puff pastry triangles, filled with stewed apples. But at their most wonderful, apple turnovers can be a lot more than that. Served hot from the oven, golden and crunchy with sugar, filled with spiced apples they make a memorable end to a meal.

Alternatively, you can serve them cold with your afternoon tea. In that case, a second filling of whipped cream may be added to the pastry triangles.

Whichever route you choose, apple turnovers need to be fresh to be memorable, the puff pastry at its most crunchy. There’s nothing appetising about soggy, flabby pastry. And there are many brands of good quality ready-made puff pastry in the shops if you don’t feel like making your own.

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Recipe posted at:
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Puff Pastry Lengths With Apples – Butterdeiglengder Med Epler

A recipe from “Nye Mesterkokken” (The New Master Chef) published by Skandinavisk Presse AS in 1974 

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Airy, light and crispy, these cakes are equally suitable for dessert as for coffee or tea. Sour, wafer-thin apple slices laid on puff lengths before baking almost melt into the dough. A little apple jelly over makes them shiny and nice.

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