Passover is one of those times when baking is always tricky. Not letting things rise often makes for heavy flavorless cakes. I had the pleasure of making 2 cakes for my family seder. The first night I made this lovely apple cake.
The cake itself is kind of heavy. But it’s about 3/4 apples and 1/4 matzo meal so the apples keep the cake moist and tasty. The top of this cake burned in the oven so I sliced it off and made a crumble of brown sugar, butter and matzo meal.
I topped it off with some blackberries for “color” and visual interest.
The cake was a huge success and we all ate it right up!Tags: apple, matzo, passover
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This post was written by marissa