Sunday, March 27, 2011

Apple Yeasted Sugar Tart


Apple Yeasted Sugar Tart

(Adapted & modified from Table for 2 or more by Wendy)

Ingredients

250g bread flour
1 Tbsp sugar
1 tsp yeast
120gm warm milk
1 egg
20g butter
2 apples
60g brown sugar
1 tsp cinnamon powder
whipping cream (left over from my Pandan cuppies)

Method:
1. Combine flour, sugar & instant yeast together in a mixing bowl. Make a well in the center.

2. Mix milk & egg together and pour into the well.

3. With a spoon, try to bring the flour in gradually & form a dough.

4. When everything has come together, knead in softened butter. Continue to knead, it is very
soft and sticky at the beginning & knead it until it no longer feels sticky & a smooth dough is formed.

5. Then cover and let it proof for 30 minutes. Meanwhile prepare a loose bottomed 9 inch tart pan. Generously butter the pan.

6. Punch down the dough & give it a 1-2 mins knead. Let it rest for 5-10 mins before flattening it into the pan.

7. Let dough in pan proof for another 30 mins.

8. Meanwhile, peel & cut apples. When 30 mins is up, the dough looks puffy. Press the apples in & sprinkle the brown sugar & cinnamon onto the apples.

9. Preheat the oven @ 180, the tart will continue to proof until the oven is ready. Bake the tart for 10 mins.

10. Remove tart from oven and spoon the cream over the apples.

12. Return tart back to oven @ 180 degrees for 20 mins.

13. Remove from oven & transfer tart to cooling rack, remove mould & let it cool on rack.

14. Slice only when tart turned warm to touch, if not the cream filling will be runny.

Arranging my apple slices on top of the dough after 30mins of proofing. Don't you think my rounded dough on the sides resembled 'Fishballs'? ;P

Sprinkled the brown sugar & cinnamon onto the apples & continue proofing again


Out from oven cooling down! I love the greenish swirl but I guessed my oven temperature is way too hot~ Can you see my 'overcooked meatballs' ? ;P

This bread is very soft. The crunchy sweetened apples added a unqiue taste when eaten together with the bread. I simple heart this. Give it a try too, will ya?

I am submitting my entry to Aspiring Bakers #5 : Fruity March (March 2011) hosted by Jess of Bakericious.

Do hop over to Wendy's blog to take a peep of her awesome tart.

33 comments:

CaThY said...

yes cat! i LOVE the green swirls! (: indeed, the bread look so SOFT! i want to eat it :D

CaThY said...

Hey jasmine,
Thanks! How's the baking marathon wif jess? Eh, when you coming to bake with me ah? Hehehe ;)

CaThY said...

我觉得你很勤劳喔,太厉害了^^

CaThY said...

鲸鱼,
谢谢你的赞扬哦 ;)

CaThY said...

hey i was drooling when I saw wendy posting this on her blog...and you made it look delicious too! what kind of apples did you use for yours?

CaThY said...

the marathon was FUN! (: hahah. i tink we'll blog on mon :D sure!! psst, i left my precious egg whites at jess place. im going over again to bake bread with her :D

CaThY said...

Hey, never ask me join de ;p

CaThY said...

Jean,
I used red apples instead as I do not like green ones. Keke ;p

CaThY said...

Interesting bread and the green swirl indeed add extra point to it :) Beautiful

CaThY said...

Ellena,
Thanks ;)

CaThY said...

soft bread and crunchy sweetened apples? That sounds delicious! i am so gonna attempt this!

CaThY said...

CruStABakes,
Yeah, you gotta attempt this! ;)

CaThY said...

how creative to use 'fishball's to decorate the sides. haha! i'd never think of that!

CaThY said...

Sotongmee,
Hehehe, don't you think they resembles 'Fishballs' ?

CaThY said...

This bread looks good! I love apple, cinnamon with brown sugar! The "fishball" looks very decorative! For a moment, I thought it was a beautifully decorated cake! :p

CaThY said...

what an interesting bake! I love the taste and smell of cinnamon. All warm and sugary YUMZ!

CaThY said...

Alan,
Me too! ;)

CaThY said...

texture is so soft beautifully baked!

CaThY said...

Jess,
Thanks :)

CaThY said...

This is so pretty!

CaThY said...

Edith,
Thanks! ;)

CaThY said...

This is new to me using bread flour. Looks so nice to eat :)

CaThY said...

i have also bookmarked this recipe earlier but dont know when will i be baking this..must be really good!

CaThY said...

好特别哦!
看了都想吃呢!

CaThY said...

Sokesean,
做来尝试一下,蛮不错的。;)

CaThY said...

Lena,
Yeah, it's good! You should try ;)

CaThY said...

Anncoo,
Yes, gave it a try ;)

CaThY said...

This really sounds delicious, Cathy. It is a beautiful tart and I'm sure is as tasty as it is beautiful. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

CaThY said...

Mary,
Thanks for kind compliments :)

CaThY said...

Looks delicious, apple and cinnamon, can never go wrong ^_^

CaThY said...

Neyeeloh,
Yes! you are absolutely right ;)

CaThY said...

wow! very pretty and looks delicious!

CaThY said...

Alice,
Thanks ;)

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