Introduction: Apple Cake in Rice Cooker

what if I don't have oven? I can still eat a yummy cake :D. well in a RICE COOKER. Today is the last date for apple contest. So I thought to make upside down apple cake.

make sure to read remarks in the last step

Step 1: Ingredients

-2 apples sliced in 8 pieces each
- 3 tbsp white sugar for caramelizing
- 2 tbsp butter or 1.5 tbsp ghee

for cake batter
- 2 eggs
- 70 grams maida.( all purpose flour)
- 50 grams sugar ( its better to use less)
- 1 tsp baking powder
- pinch of salt
- 3tbsp butter

Step 2: Peel Apples

and cut into 8 wedges each

Step 3: Process

In a non-stick pan, heat gently 2 tbsp butter, add the apples, toss them around a little and let cook at medium heat for about 5 minutes. Add 3 tbsp cane sugar, mix delicately and let cook until caramelised

Step 4: Adjusting

Grease the ricecooker’s bowl with a drop of oil and pour the apples and all the remaining caramel into the bowl. Arrange the apples to cover the bottom of the bowl.

Step 5: Cooking

Then put together 70g (1/2 cup) all-purpose flour with 50g (1/4) cup granulated sugar, 1 teaspoon baking powder, a pinch of salt, 3 tbsp melted butter and two eggs, mix well and pour this batter over the apples, covering them completely. Switch on the cake and cook.

Step 6: Unmolding

after cooking the cake, allow it to cool in the mold for 20 minutes, and unmold delicately on a serving plate.

Step 7: Remarks

1.I did put the lid on.. but not sure if it works without lid or not.

2.The batter is pretty less as compared to the apples.. it only makes a thin base. ( i might try doubling the batter next time)

3.And for us the sugar was alot.

Comments

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19muggs45 (author)2015-05-28

Roger Ebert has a cook book out that uses ONLY a rice cooker.... it is wonderful,

The Pot and How to Use It: The Mystery and Romance of the Rice Cooker

I have used many of his recipes and they work..... most often the first time !

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thatcher81048 (author)2014-10-23

I have a rice cooker. I want to try this recipe but you didn't say if you put the lid on or not so I am thinking no. Is that right?

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sabu.dawdy (author)thatcher810482014-10-24

i did put the lid on.. but not sure of if it works without or not. one more thing, the batter is pretty less as compared to the apples.. it only makes a thin base. and for us the sugar was alot.

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shazni (author)2014-10-13

I never knew you could make cake in a rice cooker! That is fantastic as I don't have an oven yet! Will try it. Btw....do you think buns can be made like this too?

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sabu.dawdy (author)shazni2014-10-14

even I didn't know. until the last day :D

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sabu.dawdy (author)shazni2014-10-14

I will try buns.apple cake was new too

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MsSweetSatisfaction (author)2014-10-13

That's so cool that you can do that in a rice cooker! More and more it seems as if ovens are over rated as long as you have a rice cooker or a slow cooker. Your cake also looks delicious with the shiny apples on top! Thanks for sharing!

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