This is an old recipe. It goes in our family from generation to generation. This is an excellent, mild and soft cake. I recommend it 🙂
250 g of margarine
1 cup of white sugar + 3 tbsp. to apples
2 cups of flour
1 cup potato flour
2 tsp. of baking powder
200 g of sour cream
1 litre of apple marmalade or 1,5 kg apples
1 tbsp. of cinnamon
Pour 3 tbsp. of white sugar on 1,5 kg of peeled and cut to dice apples. Boil the apples. Pour the juice out of the apples and boil the apples to simmer for about 8-10 minutes. Cool down the apples. Add cinnamon and mix the apples. If you already have marmalade only add cinnamon and mix the marmalade.
Stir margarine with white sugar. Add beaten eggs on a time and mix well after adding each one.
Combine flour, baking powder, potato flour with each other and sieve the mixture. Mix it at low speed with the margarine until completely blended. Put away heaped 3 tbsp. of dough.
Put the rest of the dough on the baking tray (23cm x 33cm). Put the marmalade on the dough.
Mix the rest of the dough (3 tbsp. of dough) with sour cream and in on the put marmalade.
Bake the cake in a preheated oven at 1700C for 55 minutes.
Decoration: pour icing sugar.