Prep 20 mins
Cook 40 mins
This recipe also comes from Ruth Isabel Ross' "Irish Baking Book" and is truly gorgeous. I like it best after a stressful day, cause it is such a comfort food.
- Grate the apple coarsely. Preheat the oven to 180°C.
- In a bowl combine flour, baking powder, honey and cinnamon. In a second bowl cream the butter.
- Add the butter to the flour mixture and blend well.
- Stir in the grated apple and fill the dough into 2 oven-proof dishes.
- Bake for about 40 minutes (you might have to cover the puddings after 20 minutes if they get too brown on top).
- Serve with whipped cream, vanilla ice-cream or vanilla sauce.
I haven't yet tried this recipe, but I wanted to share a website I found for converting weights to volumes.
I found this site very helpful. It seems that 125 g of flour equals 1 cup, 100 g of honey is not quite 5 tablespoons, and 100 g of butter is 7 tablespoons.
This looks easy and sounds good. I intend to try it very soon. Then I'll be in a better position to rate it.
Delightful! We started drooling while this was cooking as it fill the house with such a tasty aroma. This is really nice right out of the oven with all that wonderful warm honey and apple yumm. DH and I both thought would be great with vanilla ice cream, but sadly had to settle for a dollop of cream as we were out of ice cream. Made as written. Thanks so much for the post.
Like another reviewer, I used conversions to make this recipe. And I wonder if something wasn't working correctly in the conversion feature, because we didn't detect any honey sweetness at all and felt the flour dominated over all the flavors. But I did like the idea of this Baked Apple Pudding recipe, and it's a great way to use our extra apples. So I will continue to experiment with this recipe until I find the right U.S. conversions that work well for us. Thanks, Lalaloula.