Tiny food Recipe: Yabluchnyk - Ukrainian Apple Cake l Miniature cooking at Real mini world
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Today's recipe is dedicated to support Ukrainian during this difficult situation ❤️ Ukraine is a beautiful country, we want to share one of its traditional cake recipe to our mini cooking community.
Cakes are an essential part of ethnic Ukrainian culture, so they are eaten daily. A family cookbook is considered one of the most important family heirlooms that mothers and grandmothers pass on to their children. Family cookbooks with a higher amount of texture are of greater value.
It is a tradition in Ukraine to exchange cake recipes between friends and family during this year's season filled with celebrations. On Sunday afternoons, homes in the old-fashioned style would bake a pleats cake, a traditional Ukrainian cake. There was a common practice to invite friends and relatives over to spend hours talking and eating delicious food.
This practice is common to households during the holiday season, when you bake several cakes, give a piece of each one to your friends, and receive a piece in return. Let's make tiny Yabluchnyk in our miniature real functioning kitchenAuthor
The Tiny Chef
Put miniature salt
Put a miniature quantity of baking powder
Now scrambled it with the help of a Tiny whisk
Put some butter in a tiny quantity
Mix Scrambled egg and cream in the previous baking pan and mix it again with a tiny whisk
Add some miniature cut apples in it and mix it again
Now put this in an empty bowl
Add some apples in front for decoration and taste
In the last add brown sugar
Bake it for some time
Cut it with a Tiny knife
The cake turned out to be tasty and had a spongy base and a delicious apple topping. Next time, I will use a green apple when making this cake.