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RECIPE: 

Karis delicious apple cake

Apple cake from the Fruit Village .
Photo: Finn-Erik Rognan / Visit Norway
Apple cake from the Fruit Village .
Photo: Finn-Erik Rognan / Visit Norway

"Norwegian apples are perfect for making cakes."

Kari Nyhuus, farmer

Kari Nyhuus Holteskog in the Fruit Village .
Photo: Finn-Erik Rognan / Visit Norway
Kari Nyhuus Holteskog in the Fruit Village .
Photo: Finn-Erik Rognan / Visit Norway

It's very easy to make. 

Serve with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream!

Apple cake from the Fruit Village .
Photo: Finn-Erik Rognan / Visit Norway
Apple cake from the Fruit Village .
Photo: Finn-Erik Rognan / Visit Norway

Nyhuus' apple cake

Ingredients: 

125 g butter

3 eggs 

1 tsp lemon juice

200 g flour

3 tsp baking powder

3 tbsp milk

500 g peeled apples

50 g sugar 

Cinnamon

Method:

1. Whip the butter and sugar together until light and fluffy, then add egg yolks and lemon juice. 

2. Sift the flour together with the baking powder and add to the mix alternately with the milk.  

3. Gently mix in the three stiffly beaten egg whites. 

4. Pour the batter into a well-greased, 26 cm, springform pan.

5. Divide the apples into wedges and remove the core. Place the wedges on top of the batter and sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon to taste.

6. Bake the cake for 55-60 minutes at 200 degrees Celius.

Enjoy hot or cold – it's just as delicious either way!

Kari is one of the innovative farmers in Fruktbygda, the Fruit Village, in Telemark.

The Fruit Village .
Photo: Finn-Erik Rognan / Visit Norway
The Fruit Village .
Photo: Finn-Erik Rognan / Visit Norway

The apples here have such high quality they even have a protected geographical indication.

Just like the grapes in Champagne!

The Fruit Village .
Photo: Finn-Erik Rognan / Visit Norway
The Fruit Village .
Photo: Finn-Erik Rognan / Visit Norway

Read more about Fruktbygda, and meet the farmer who grows grapes in one of the northernmost vineyards in the world.

Sleep in a wine barrel in the Fruit Village .
Photo: Finn-Erik Rognan / Visit Norway
Sleep in a wine barrel in the Fruit Village .
Photo: Finn-Erik Rognan / Visit Norway

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