Sourdough Discard Apple Cake

INGREDIENTS\sAPPLES – 2 pounds of Granny Smith apples, peeled, cored, and sliced – 1 substantial lemon juice – 2 tablespoons of cinnamon powder – 2 tablespoons ginger root, ground – 1 teaspoon sugar, whichever kind you like – 2 Tablespoons strawberry, apricot, or fig jam – CAKE – 2 cups of general-purpose flour – Baking powder, two teaspoons – one large lemon's zest and half a teaspoon of sea salt – 2 big eggs and 1/3 cup sugar – any mildly flavoured oil, or 1/2 cup coconut oil – 1 cup sourdough starter without food, at room temperature – TOPPING – Two tablespoons of turbinado sugar and two tablespoons of butter or margarine – 1 cup of almonds, sliced

Information of importance – Cook Time: 50 min – SERVINGS: 4 – PREP TIME: 15 mins – TYPE: Dessert

To utilize your leftover sourdough starter, try this recipe for Sourdough Discard Apple Cake. With a touch of sourdough tang, apples that are both sweet and tangy, and the crunch of delicious almond slices on top. This cake is excellent for dessert or breakfast

Can I freeze this apple cake made with leftover sourdough? – You can, indeed! If there are any leftovers, wrap each slice of cake in plastic wrap and place it in a large zip-top freezer bag when the cake has completely cooled. For up to two months, the cake pieces will keep quite well when wrapped

RECIPE GUIDELINES AND FAQs – I don't have a sourdough reject. Can I still make this apple cake? – You can, indeed! Simply replace it with some plain, unsweetened yogurt that contains active cultures, which will give it a slight tang (and a bit of added moisture). Alternatively, use buttermilk. – For sourdough apple cake, which apple should I use? – Granny Smith was employed. Another wonderful tart apple is called Pink Lady. Use the apple that you enjoy eating the most

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