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Apple Shortbread Slice


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Ingredients

12 portion(s)

Steamed apples

  • 6 large Granny Smith Apples
  • 2 tablespoons Raw or White Sugar

Shortbread pastry

  • 125 grams Butter
  • 240 grams SR flour
  • 1 egg
  • 2 tablespoons cold water
  • 2 tablespoons raw sugar
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Recipe's preparation

    Steamed Apples
  1. Peel and slice apples. Arrange in Varoma and cook for 17 minutes on Varoma Temperature speed 2.

    Stir apples occasionally to help with even cooking.

    Once cooked set aside and cool slightly.

     

  2. eigh Butter, flour & sugar and mix on speed 6 for 6 seconds

    Set Dough mode speed for 30 seconds and add egg and water. Mix until combined. Mixture should be slightly sticky but not wet. If mixture is too wet add a little more flour.

    Half mixture and press half into a lined slice tin. Press out with your tips of fingers or a spoon. If mixture is sticky, flour your finger tips to help with pressing into tin. Spread steamed apples over the pastry base.

    With the remaining mixture, press out on to a piece of glad bake the size of the tin. Once you have the desired shape turn upside down and place on top of apples and peel off the glad bake. Prick with a fork and sprinkle genoursly with raw sugar.

    Bake in 180 C oven for 25-30 minutes or until golden brown. Serve with runny cream or icecream or slice and put in lunch boxes.

     

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  • Apple slice: Really nice!!!! Not too sweet....

    Submitted by ronellem on 5. May 2018 - 17:47.

    Apple slice: Really nice!!!! Not too sweet.

    I followed the recipe exactly, but because of the size of my pan, I had to double the pastry amount. My tin measures 25 cm x 37cm.

    I used 1kg unpeeled Granny Smiths, then peeled and sliced them and microwaved them to save time. (Next time I will cut my apple slices into smaller halves).

    For extra flavour, I sprinkled over the steamed apples a mixture of 4 ml cinnamon and 2 ml ground cloves before adding the top layer.

    Baking time was 35 min at 180 C.

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  • Great go to recipe when time

    Submitted by AnitaSleight65 on 12. June 2016 - 10:51.

    Great go to recipe when time is limited.  Old fashioned baked goodie.  Thanks.

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  • Great recipe. I have to admit

    Submitted by gep67 on 18. October 2015 - 15:51.

    Great recipe. I have to admit to major cheating in that I used tinned pie apples. I was looking for an extremely easy, quick recipe to make kids school snacks using up some tinned apples I had. I used a 20x30cm slice tin, and worked a treat! Will make again, maybe with real apples next time!

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  • I didn't have granny smiths

    Submitted by Sandie7 on 16. September 2015 - 15:29.

    I didn't have granny smiths just an abundance of Fuji so I made this without all the sugar (cut it back drastically) and wow, sensational - did have the recipe sugar in the pastry tho.  will do again under the same circumstances and recommend it highly to those wanting to cut their sugar intake down some.

    Sandie of Mornington Victoria

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  • Yum, not too sweet.  I added

    Submitted by Thebartlettbunch on 10. June 2015 - 21:02.

    Yum, not too sweet.  I added 1/2 tsp of cinnamon to the apple once steamed.  Also a handful of sultanas sprinkled over the apple before the top layer of pastry.  Lovely with fresh whipped cream tmrc_emoticons.) thank you

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  • Yummy loved it !!!

    Submitted by maggie777 on 19. April 2015 - 01:58.

    Yummy loved it !!!

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  • Really quick and easy  Worked

    Submitted by Ootong on 1. December 2014 - 00:43.

    Really quick and easy  Worked well in 20cm square tin. 

    Thanks

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  • Yum a household favourite .

    Submitted by Seashell22 on 19. November 2014 - 19:14.

    Yum a household favourite . tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Lovely apple slice. I added

    Submitted by Lucky Lynda on 10. August 2014 - 12:30.

    Lovely apple slice. I added about 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon to the apple. Delicious

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  • Hi I noticed that it didn't

    Submitted by gillybrazendale on 5. July 2014 - 16:19.

    Hi tmrc_emoticons.) I noticed that it didn't say anything about adding water to bowl for steaming?? I added enough water to cover blades and that worked well. I assume that water is required to steam?? Lol tmrc_emoticons.;) 

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  • Yummy! I was worried there

    Submitted by chellilee on 26. June 2014 - 21:33.

    Yummy! I was worried there won't be enough pastry but there ended up being enough. I've got one of those lamington tins. Its really nice, and home cooked feel as its not sugary like an apple slice you'd buy at a shop. I didnt put any sugar on the apple mixture, just on top of the dough. I also added cinnamon to the apple. Pretty good and easy!

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  • I used the Tupperware Slice

    Submitted by Thermie Lover78 on 14. September 2013 - 19:20.

    I used the Tupperware Slice Form and it was the perfect size. Really yummy recipe! Thanks for sharing tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Maybe my slice tin is larger

    Submitted by dohatch on 1. August 2013 - 10:17.

    Maybe my slice tin is larger than others, but I found there really wasn't enough dough. Will make double next time.

    Tastes yummy, though.  Husband will polish off half a batch in one day!

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