Danish apple layered cake

Submitted by enr on 05 Jan 2014
420 g cocoa biscuits Everest
4 apples (mine are sort Golden Apple, but maybe other)
6 tbsp granulated sugar
1 tsp cinnamon
1-2 for vanilla flavor (maybe liquid)
50 g butter
200 ml liquid pastry cream
1 handful of walnuts
Danish apple layered cake
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Cookies are crushed in a mortar and pestle, blender or in an envelope, which is then wrapped in a towel and hammered with a glass bottle. peel apples, Clean and cut into quarters and boil for about 15 minutes until tender altogether. Drain them from the water in which they boiled leaving very little of it in court. While still warm mash with a fork (I personally do not pureed), add sugar, the butter, vanilla, cinnamon, mix well and leave to cool slightly. In a separate bowl whisk the cream. Arrange the cake in what judgment we want in the following sequence: - dense tier with crushed crackers (1 handful pay for finally) - a solid row of the mixture with apples (by pressing lightly) - dense row cream and once again lists them, after apple mixture sprinkle with the walnuts and finally sprinkle with remaining handful of biscuits. Leave overnight in the refrigerator and ready. * The true recipe includes small Christmas cookies that here in Bulgaria do not know if sold. Can substitute them with everything biscuit (crumbly, soft), which taste as you like. After one night stay in the refrigerator cookies are made from the juice of apples and have mastered the flavors and tastes great.
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05 Jan 2014


How many grams are packaged biscuits?

Hello. 210 grams think were :)

And how big pan is suitable for cake?

is generally not strictly defined. I use a round baking dish that has a diameter of about inch and less .. The idea is to just manage to alternating ingredients at least 2 times :) But more and be less taste will be the same :)

So, we can say that with a diameter 22-25 cm is suitable? The problem with the lack of pan size / shape in desserts that you enjoyed some of you and it is a standard, but someone else can think of a standard form with a much larger or smaller size and either can not hold products or to get something with a thickness of 1 finger :) The mention of the size to avoid any misunderstandings.

According to me as well as many subscribers here (I guess) Rules in cooking there. Only if you disclose the exact size of the court would anyone resort to the store to buy the same. Move to use any form of compatibility NOT AS bowl of course. Cake and ordered 1 order the taste will be the same. Excuse me if this creates a big problem for those wishing to cook ...