My mum, Faye Grant, has been making this apple cake for her Seders for years. It's the best apple cake recipe you'll ever taste!!
Nice dish for a sweet afternoon snack.
i was feeling experimental and used all the ingredients i had in my house to make this recipe then when i ate it i decided to let everyone know how to make.
This is a really straightforward traditional parev recipe that includes the classic ingredients of matzah and cinnamon. It is ideal for Seder night as it makes a large pudding, just the perfect dessert after a heavy meal. The apple juice and egg mixture ensures the pudding is light and fluffy.
Tasty food for all! You can use as much of each ingredient as you like
No preparation, just a bowl!
A variation on the Woo Woo, which I first tried in St Lucia on holiday. The most moreish alcoholic drink I've tried. You can play around with the quantities of vodka, peach schnappes and juice to suit your own tastebuds and tolerance for alcohol!
You will need two cake tins. If you do not have two tins you will have to cook the layers separately. If you get it right it is delicious. If you like light cakes then this is the one for you.
Qaghaq ta’ l-Ghasel or treacle rings as they’re called in English, are by far Malta’s favourite traditional Christmas dessert. Although not excessively difficult to make, they take quite a lot of patience and time to prepare. You can buy these delicious pastries all year round from confectionaries, but they are mostly consumed during the Christmas season.
These Korean-style pancakes are served spicy, not sweet. They're great for getting rid of overly-fermented kimchi!