Citrus Flavours

Citrus Flavours
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This blog has been designed to enlighten the world to sweet and savoury cusine. Personally, my favourite ingredient in cooking is citrus fruits, particually lemons, so I will try to inspire your inner chef to share the interesting flavour of lemons in the most indulgent cupcakes, muffins, cakes, slices, cookies and of course savoury dishes. My collection of recipes can be applied to any situation; formal or informal, in any case they are delicious and will interest your guests! Enjoy preparing and sharing the following recipes for what will be a memorable gathering with friends and family for any occassion.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Sour Cream Apple Slice

Recipe from Yasmin
Image by Patricia Scarpin and Yasmin

This recipe has been passed down from one of my grandparent's friends to at last me and I can understand why it has not been forgotten. The recipe is really easily made and one of the best slices I have tasted. It has very few ingredients but still can entice anyone, even a chocolate lover will enjoy this just as much as plain chocolate! I do warn any taste tester of this particular slice, it is very addictive!!! This is the perfect slice for sudden afternoon tea arrangements with friends or if you receive an unexpected visitor. Once you serve this, I promise that your friends will visit you more often and demand the secret to this success!
(with coconut)
·         ¼ pound (115g) melted butter
·         1 packet buttercake mix
·         1 cup coconut
·         Tin of pie apples
·         1 egg, lightly beaten
·         1 cup sour cream
·         Vanilla

Combine butter, buttercake and coconut in a bowl. Press into a greased lamington tin and cook in a moderate oven for 10 minutes. Spread the apple over the partly cooked base. Combine the egg, sour cream and vanilla in the empty bowl. Spread the sour cream mixture over the apple layer. Sprinkle with coconut and/or cinnamon. Cook for 20 - 25 minutes.
Serve for cold for dessert or afternoon tea.

 (with cinnamon)

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