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Plum crumble cake
Plum crumble cake

Anyone who is an absolute pastry lover and who also loves plums or apricots should definitely try this crumble cake.

Plum crumble cake
Plum crumble cake



500g flour

30 g germ

50 grams of sugar

50 g rama

pinch of salt

Lemon peel

250 ml milk

1 egg


300 g curd cheese

2 eggs

100 g of sugar

Lemon peel

1 packet of vanilla sugar

20 g corn licensing

800-900 g plums (or apricots)


300 g of flour

150 grams of sugar

pinch of salt

Pinch of cinnamon

100 g butter


Prepare a steam from the yeast, 20 g of the sugar and 2 tablespoons of warm milk and let it rise in a warm place. (For a steamer, you dissolve the yeast in the warm milk with the sugar, dust it with a little flour and put it in a warm place such as the oven that has been preheated and switched off again.)

As soon as the steam has doubled, it can be processed further.

Put the flour in a bowl, add the melted butter, egg, steam, remaining warm milk and all other ingredients for the dough and beat well with the food processor.

Then cover the dough and let it rise again in a warm place.

After about 30-40 minutes, you can turn the dough onto a baking sheet lined with baking paper and distribute it evenly.

For the curd cream, mix all the ingredients together, fold in the egg white, beaten until stiff, and spread on the curd mixture on the yeast base. Finally, top with the pitted, halved apricots or plums and sprinkle with the crumble. For the crumble, mix all the ingredients together and finally add the melted butter.

Then put in the preheated oven at around 160 degrees and bake until golden brown.

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