Kosher Recipe home | Browse Kosher Recipes | Recipe Themes | Kosher Holiday Recipes | Members | Celebrity Chefs | Celebrity Bloggers | Kosher Cookbooks
   
  Healthier "farfel Cake" With Apple/cherry Filling
 
Save to Recipe Box   Schedule   Print & Save   Share
 
   
 
Mirf follow me send pm

Submitted:
  2011-10-12
Prep Time:
  20 min
Yield:
  1
Difficulty Level:
  Moderate
Category:
  Pareve
Meal:
  Light Snack
Course:
  Cake Desserts
Health Conscious:
  Whole Wheat
Cuisine:
  not specified
Cooking Method:
  Bake
Occasion:
  Shabbos
  Yom Tov
  Rosh Hashana
  Succos
Main Ingredients:
  Apple
  Margarine
Source:
  not specified
Bracha:
  not specified

Units Converter
Healthier farfel Cake With Applecherry Filling
enlarge
This is based on a recipe in the original Heimishe Nitre Cookbook, that has a nut filling made with the 6 egg whites that you don't use for the crust. My family doesn't like the nut filling, so I substitute an apple filling (I also fill part with cherry pie filling for those who don't like apple) I also substituted some healthier ingredients...
I don't like to waste so I use the extra 6 egg whites many times in a different recipe: Low-Fat Apple/Cherry Cake
http://culinarykosher.com/index.php?action=view_rec&id=2580&tab=my
 
Ingredients
6 egg yolks
2 sticks margarine
1/4 cup canola oil
3/4 cup sugar
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 package vanilla
4 cups *white whole wheat flour
1 cup regular flour
For filling:
6 McIntosh apples
1 cup natural unsweetened apple sauce
cinnamon
optional:
Cherry Pie Filling

Servings    recalculate
You must be logged in to view ingredients.
Please register or login for access
 
Preparation
You must be logged in to view preparation instructions.
Please register or login for access
 
Helpful Hints
The original recipe had 5 cups regular flour. I really find white whole wheat flour* much lighter in texture/taste than regular whole wheat flour, so I substituted 4 cups. I left 1 cup regular flour, in case it would need it. (Next time, maybe I'll try all white whole wheat).
The original recipe called for 3 sticks of margarine. Since this dough needs to be firm enough to create "farfel", I left 2 sticks, and only substituted the last one for oil. The original recipe called for a cup of sugar. The dough is sweet enough with 3/4 cup.
*to read what I discovered about this product, see my journal entry:http://culinarykosher.com/journal/What%20is%20White%20Whole%20Wheat%20Flour/53
 
Related Links for this Recipe
Amazing Rosh HaShanah Main Dish Recipes
Delicious Tzimmes Recipes & Other Carrot Side Dish Recipes for Rosh HaShanah
Cobbler, Crisps, and Kugels, Mouth Watering Rosh HaShanah Apple Side Dishes
 
Comments / Reviews
No reviews/comments
 
Write a Review/Comment/
Ask the Chef of the Recipe
You must be logged in to use this feature
Your Comment
required


(Maximum characters: 500)
Optional Image upload:
Filename
Upload
 
Rate the Recipe
rate by checking the appropriate boxes:
Delicious
Clear Directions
Photo Worthy
Easy to Make
Kid Friendly
 
Share This
 
  Write a Review/Comment
  Ask the Chef of the Recipe
 Start a Meal
 

 

 
 


Culinary Kosher is recipe sharing community built around a large database of Kosher Recipes including Shabbat recipes (with plenty of kugel recipes), Pesach / Passover recipesShavuos recipes (tons of Kosher cheesecakes!).  Also check out our special Tu B'Shvat Recipes page.  You add your own recipes and download from the site directly into your own private recipe box.  You can follow the new recipes of our celebrity chefs as well as Kosher food Bloggers. You can even check out our Kosher Cookbook reviews and buying guide. We also have a great selection of Kosher Menus for all occasions including Shabbat MenusPesach / Passover MenusShavuos MenusChanuka MenusPurim Menus and more.  You can also post your party photos on the site. Culinary Kosher maintains a database of Kosher Restaurants that is constantly being updated.  Culinary Kosher also has a wide selection of Jewish greeting cards and invitations for all occasions like Bar Mitzva and Bat Mitzva, Chasuna, Chanukah, Melaveh Malka, and vort.   Come join us for kosher cooking fun and information...