Auntie’s Apple Cake

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12oz Self raising flour

8oz Butter cut into pieces

6oz Sugar

4oz Sultanas

1lb Cooking apples (peeled & cut into chunky pieces).

3 Eggs beaten

3 tablespoons Milk

Preheat oven to 180c/Gas 4

Grease & line an 8-10 inch cake tin (or two loaf tins).

Rub fat into flour until resembles breadcrumbs. Add sugar, dried fruit & apples using a metal spoon to prevent fruit from sinking.

Fold in the eggs & milk, mix well but don’t beat.

Put into tin & bake for 45 minutes, test with skewer, if comes out dry it’s cooked, if not give 5 mins more & test again. Leave in tin to cool, keep in tin. Because of the apples this will only keep 5-7 days. Great cold but also yummy hot with custard or ice cream.

This recipe was given to me by my Great Aunt Doris, born 1901.

Submitted by Jacqui Thomas.

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