When I made the Quick Apple Flan I said I would be interested to see how it turned out with self-raising flour instead of plain.
Thisevening I made the self-raising version, and it really worked out quite well. This time it was definitely a cake instead of a flan - much more fluffy and light, and less sticky. Quite a different dessert, which is why I decided to rename it and give it its own post.
Really good with custard. Original recipe here but replace the plain flour with self-raising.
This time I used two largish granny smith apples, and chopped them up a bit smaller to make slicing the cake easier.
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