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One question, How do I make it the cake lighter? If you want to make the cake lighter; separate your eggs. Add the egg yolks in place of whole eggs as directed above. Whip the egg whites and then fold gently into the batter to incorporate. Pour batter over pineapple and bake as directed. My mother used to make this when I was little. She got the recipe from a booklet that came with a set of Wear-Ever stainless steel pans she bought in Otherwise, I followed the recipe to the letter.
So happy it turned out like you remembered! I love it when recipes bring back good memories. Gil would have loved to read this. I am looking forward to making this cake, but I want to put crushed pineapple in the batter and how much should I put in??? I made your recipe and the cake turned out beautiful.
I tried to do a flavoring combination of vanilla and dark rum. I could taste the two flavorings in the batter but after cooking, only vanilla was present. If I were to increase the proportion of rum would that offset the moisture balance of the cake? Elaine try mixing the rum into the topping instead of the batter, it will present the flavor better, mix it with the pineapple.
I recently purchased a pineapple corer slicer tool. They had brought theirs camping. My favorite pineapple upside down cake has a salted caramel base for the pineapple. I make this fairly often. I make it for his birthday every year.
This year, after enjoying the cake, my husband asked if I could make it next time with a brown sugar glaze in the middle of it along with the brown sugar pineapple on top. He wants the sweetness swirled in middle like a coffee cake might have. I am not sure how to do this, or if it can even be done. Do you have any idea how I could accomplish this challenge? Sounds like a great idea, too!! I may have to give that a try myself. Mom said nobody in the class including the sister teaching had ever heard or seen that happen to a pineapple upside-down cake, and it never happened to Mom again!
My mother made this in a cast iron skillet on top of thestove — best smell on earth coming home from school in the cold weather!! My absolute favorite cake, hands down…It is the only ritualized bit of cookery I do. I drain the pineapple slices, on a bed of thick paper towels, then blot them until they are bone-dry. I make the sugar and butter mix, always adding just a tiny bit more than called for in the recipe.
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The pineapple slices are cut in half, so they nestle into into each other and form half-moon patterns. I do NOT add the cherries, until the cake is un-molded. Then cherries are added…the crusty brown bits, the glistening fruit half-rings, the frankly artificial vivid red of the cherries…love other cakes, but not one can equal this…. Thanks for the memory. My mother used to make this and I never got her recipe. So glad I found it on The History Kitchen page! But how do you make it with a sponge cake batter made with 13 eggs and no flour?
When it rises how do you turn it over??? Streamline the work by mixing some butter and brown sugar in a plate, and placing it in chunks on the bottom of the baking pan randomly.
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It will melt during baking and form that beautiful and yummy glaze. Great teaseing cake, it runs even with devils food cakes in my opinion. Again that what Momma and Grandmother made, along with her Strawberry chiffon pie.
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So glad that you started this blog. Learning about different cultures and history is one of the things that initially drew me towards expanding my cooking!!! I remember being told that the cake was actually a mistake…!!! My Mom made this often. She just used a regular cake pan.
I make this every other Thanksgiving…perfect fall dish. The last upside down cake I made, several weeks ago, was for a Family Friday Shabbat dinner, at the synagogue where I am one of the cooks in the kitchen.
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I had some pears that needed to be used, I had a recipe for a simmering brown sugar, butter, and maple syrup going into the cast iron skillet, before the fruit, carmelizing the fruit, adding the cake topping and baking. I cut back on the amount of butter, brown sugar, and maple syrup, as I did not want to make it too sweet. If you try it, let us know how it works for you!
I love reading your blog and posts. Thank you!! It was made to use on a wood stove. Oh, i want to try pina variety coconut and pinapple! Darn, i just went to the store! I know i am prolly missing some ingredients!
You always inspire me to bake! So cool out now bake sales would flurish! Great article and great looking cake! Makes me want to make it soon. You can call when you make it and share it with your sister too. I used to make it years ago too! I remember we thought it was such a treat when Mom made it. This is one of my favorite cakes. It has to be baked in a well seasoned cast iron frying pan or simply does not get baked properly.
Bonnie did you sub the GF flour cup-for-cup? What is your favorite GF flour substitute? Oh my Mother used to make this when we were kids!