16/12/2020 14:32

Recipe of Homemade Pancake Mix Cinnamon Apple Cake in a Frying Pan

by Walter Rios

Pancake Mix Cinnamon Apple Cake in a Frying Pan
Pancake Mix Cinnamon Apple Cake in a Frying Pan

Hey everyone, hope you are having an amazing day today. Today, I’m gonna show you how to make a special dish, pancake mix cinnamon apple cake in a frying pan. It is one of my favorites food recipes. For mine, I am going to make it a little bit unique. This will be really delicious.

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Add cinnamon powder and mix in. Line the bottom of the frying pan with the apple wedges in a spiral. Put the pancake mix, egg, sugar and milk in a bowl and mix with a whisk.

To get started with this recipe, we have to first prepare a few components. You can have pancake mix cinnamon apple cake in a frying pan using 18 ingredients and 23 steps. Here is how you cook that.

The ingredients needed to make Pancake Mix Cinnamon Apple Cake in a Frying Pan:
  1. Take Cake batter (using a 20 cm diameter frying pan)
  2. Prepare 100 grams Pancake mix
  3. Get 1/2 Egg
  4. Prepare 10 grams Sugar
  5. Make ready 80 ml Milk
  6. Make ready 5 grams Butter (or margarine)
  7. Make ready Cake batter (using a 24 cm diameter frying pan):
  8. Prepare 200 grams Pancake mix
  9. Prepare 1 Egg
  10. Take 20 grams Sugar
  11. Prepare 160 ml Milk
  12. Take 10 grams Butter (or margarine)
  13. Take For the simmered apple slices (using a 20 or 24 cm diameter frying pan)
  14. Make ready 1 Apple
  15. Make ready 3 tbsp Sugar
  16. Prepare 1 tbsp Powdered brown sugar (or use regular white sugar)
  17. Make ready 15 grams Butter (or margarine)
  18. Make ready 1/2 tsp Cinnamon powder

Place the butter in a heatproof container. Stir the flour mixture into apple mixture, just until combined (overmixing makes the batter tough!) Heat a lightly oiled griddle or frying pan over medium high heat. Brown on both sides and serve hot with cinnamon syrup if you have it! The glossiness of the final cake will vary, depending on how much you simmer the apple slices.

Instructions to make Pancake Mix Cinnamon Apple Cake in a Frying Pan:
  1. Make the simmered apple: Peel and core the apple, and cut into about 5 mm thick wedges.
  2. Put the apple wedges in a frying pan with the sugar, powdered brown sugar and butter and mix. Set the heat to medium and cover with a lid. (Mix occasionally.)
  3. After about 3 minutes, remove the lid and simmer over low-medium heat for another 5 minutes or so while stirring occasionally. When the sauce has thickened, turn the heat off.
  4. Add cinnamon powder and mix in. Line the bottom of the frying pan with the apple wedges in a spiral.
  5. Put the pancake mix, egg, sugar and milk in a bowl and mix with a whisk.
  6. Cut the butter and put in a heatproof container. Microwave for 20 seconds at 600 W to melt. Add to the Step 5 batter and mix it in.
  7. Pour the batter gently into the Step 4 frying pan over the apple wedges. (Be careful not to disturb the apple wedges.)
  8. Cover with a lid, and cook over the lowest flame possible for about 10 minutes while observing it. (8 minutes be enough depending on the heat level, so keep an eye on how it's cooking.)
  9. When the center of the cake puffs up, turn off the heat. Leave the frying pan as is for 5 minutes with the lid on.
  10. If you are concerned about how shiny the simmered apples are, take a peek at the bottom of the cake. If the apple color is too pale, raise the heat to medium for a little while to brown.
  11. Remove the lid, and run a rubber spatula around the bottom of frying pan so that you can remove the cake easily.
  12. Invert a large plate on the frying pan. Holding the plate and frying pan, invert the cake onto the plate.
  13. To make this in a 24cm diameter frying pan… first, double the batter ingredients. Use the same amount of apples.
  14. Steps 1 through 5 are the same. In Step 6, microwave the butter for 30 seconds. In Step 8, cook the cake over the lowest heat possible for about 15 minutes while keeping an eye on it.
  15. When the cake has puffed up and the surface is dry, it should be baked through.
  16. Steps 9 to 12 are the same.
  17. If you don't have powdered brown sugar for the simmered apple, use regular sugar instead.
  18. [Tips] Tip 1: You can use a 26 cm diameter pan to cook the cake, using the same amounts listed for the 24 cm diameter cake.
  19. Tip 2: You can also make a 22 cm diameter cake using the amounts listed for the 20 cm diameter cake.
  20. Tip 3: The thickness of the cake will vary depending on the diameter of the frying pan, as will the cooking time.
  21. Tip 4: If the cake is quite thin, reduce the cooking time. If the cake is thick, if you cook the cake for too long it may burn.
  22. Tip 5: The cake will cook up differently depending on the size and type of the frying pan, the heat level, the distance from the flame to the frying pan and so on.
  23. Tip 6: If you'd like to make this cake multiple times, find the ideal cooking time and amount for your frying pan.

In a skillet, add and mix the sliced apple, sugar, powdered brown sugar, and butter. Pour the contents of package of pancake mix into a bowl. Warm the frying pan, add a slice of butter or spoon of oil to cover the bottom. Pour a spoons worth of mix in the pan and turn the pan so the mix covers the bottom. Grate the apple on the large holes of a box grater and stir into the batter.

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