This is a super easy recipe - and it has been approved by Mr MiH taste buds. It uses things that should be in your kitchen right now, so you have no excuse.
Here is what you need (I made around 10 slices - hard to know though because I ate quite a lot of it before I sliced the cake into actual portions)
190g of plain flour
150g of caster sugar
1/2 tbsp of baking powder
150 ml of double cream (recipe) or semi-skimmed milk (what I used)
75g of unsalted butter
3 apples (depends on the size of your apples)
2 tbsp of calvados (recipe) or whisky (what I used)
The instructions bit:
1. Cream the butter and sugar together until light and fluffy. Add one egg at a time to the dough while mixing.
2. When you get a homogeneous mixture, add the double cream (or milk) and the calvados (or whisky). And mix some more.
3. Separately add the baking powder to the flour, and add to the mixture obtained above little by little.
4. Butter your dish and pour the mixture. Spread evenly. Preheat the oven at 200C
5. Cut the peeled apples in thick slices. Arrange on top of the mixture.
6. In the oven for 30/35 minutes, oven at 200C. Check the middle of the cake is cooked in the middle.
7. If you can manage it, wait for the cake to cool down.
Here we are it is that simple. Let me know if you make it and what you think!