My neighbor Casey who lives across the street had just been awarded an honor from Colorado Parks and Wildlife as their ‘Wildlife Officer of the Year.’ I. know he is mine; I like to kid but it’s true…I know more about the rules and regulations of hunting than any person who has never hunted and it’s all because of him. Come over and have a slice; you’ll see what I mean. But I've seen it make a comeback here in the restaurants in Los Angeles. I feel the same way but I read that somewhere recently...not that I believe all I read! Using a spatula, fold in the egg whites until just mixed in. The addition of rum is even better. Add the butter to a 9-inch-round baking pan. Stir in brown sugar, pineapple juice, and dark rum. I prefer timeless or vintage; it is most definitely a cake that should not be forgotten. Saute until they begin to caramelize, about 4 minutes. Starts with Captain? take a look at this cookbook; it's very cool, rolled biscuits, p. 632 -- always high, light and fluffy -- sorry for the ramble ;-))) .... darlene
In my mind, it has never gone out of style. I love making vintage family recipes and get so frustrated by cooks who disparage old recipes. Using a stand mixer, beat the egg whites until fluffy; scrape into a clean bowl. To unmold, run a small knife around the edge of the cake, take a large serving plate and put it over the cast iron skillet. I want to try this pineapple up down cake with burbon. Some recipes are important traditions that we need to share and pass down; I honestly don't think Oreo stuffing is going to stand the test of time. Oh my gosh...then you have missed a treat. In a 10-inch cast iron skillet, over medium heat, add the remaining 1/4 stick butter and heat until the butter has just melted. Pineapple Upside Down Cake has been a staple in my kitchen for the last .. many years..Before that it was a treat in my Father’s kitchen (we did not trust Mother to cook..she liked to experment) All I ever cook this cake in is a cast iron fry pan.. but then again all my fry pans are cast iron. Lauren you can use self rising flour, it is simply a combination of flour, leavening, and salt. Thanks Addie. I don't remember! Add the brown sugar and using a slotted spoon, add the pineapple pieces, reserving the rum. I'm yet to try the cherry cake you baked for my blog but I think using rum here might make me try this one first. Light and moist, this is the best kind of pineapple upside down cake...not too much cake! Now I'm craving a slice myself...and I've got the goods on hand so this snowy day might just see it happen in a bit! Add sugar and 2 tablespoons water. Preheat oven to 350°F. This cake seems to bring back memories for a lot of people and now I hope some newbies will try it and see how wonderful it is! I'm actually surprised that food and desserts are even labelled *old-fashioned. For me food is not about trends at all; I think some of them are horrible and I love the heritage/vintage, time worn recipes...they bring with them such memories. Spread … Big V demonstrates How to Make Pineapple Upside Down Cake in a Cast Iron Pan. also, a tip: i use my very old, well-seasoned, smooth-on-the-inside, cast iron skillet (OMGosh, does it ever work well! I hope you will dust off any notion that this is old or old fashioned. I think the classic favorites really never go out of style. Time again for you to make it too? Place skillet in the oven until the butter has melted, this only takes a few minutes. Upgrade your classic Pineapple Upside-Down Cake by adding this unique twist: Carrot Cake. Prepare the topping first by placing 1/4 cup butter in cast iron skillet. Fast forward to today when many of us prefer to circumvent that ease and enjoy doing things ‘from scratch.’. Mouthwatering photos! Your email address will not be published. Put the creme fraiche in a small bowl and stir in the zests. I can see the rum being a great addition. :). Meanwhile stir the flour, baking powder and salt together in a bowl. Sometimes I’ll even wipe the inside of the skillet with a little oil and a paper towel as a little insurance policy – just to be safe. I love hearing about your recipe card, and how loved and faded it is! Mix the flour, baking powder, and salt together and slowly add to … Beat butter with an electric mixer on medium speed until smooth, about 30 seconds. It's true, I did that. You know you are welcome...and of course, it meant that I had my favorite on hand too. Timeless and delicious, I don't think a pineapple upside down cake could ever really go out of fashion it's just so darn good, I love the rum, what a brilliant addition, Wish I could stop by for a slice, you did one of your Grandma's proud. Who cares what is in fashion anyway. ), about 10" or maybe a bit more -- the 3 boxes of already-canned tomatoes are in front of the cupboard where the skillet resides so i can't really check the size -- anyway, i have two round pizza pans, one fits atop my pressure canner rendering it useable for boiling-water-bath canning w/o ruining the delicate fiddlededee of the pressure canner lid, whilst the other is the exact same size as the ..... 10 inch skillet, thereby making it perfect to lay on top of the skillet while i veeerrryyy carefully turn out the baked cake on it ... sometimes i have been known to use a large dinner plate, but my skillet is large and it does not always go well with my katty-wampus balancing act .... anyway, give the pizza pan idea a try next time, and i know there will be a next time b/c this is soooo good ....
Not sure why but then I live at high altitude and sometimes things are just unexplainable here! I really must try and make an upside down cake :). Remove from oven and brush top of cake with reserved pineapple liquid. I would suggest slicing the apples thinly and proceed with all other steps as listed. Place the pan inside of the pre-heated oven until melted, about 5 minutes. Continue to cook for 30 minutes. Pour batter evenly into pan to cover pineapple rings and bake for 40 to 50 minutes or until tester comes out clean. Take 1/2 cup of brown sugar and evenly cover the bottom of skillet. Learn how your comment data is processed. In a 10-inch cast-iron skillet, melt butter for glaze over medium-low heat. The eggs are separated and the whites are whipped a bit; makes it lighter and a good balance to that richer than rich topping. So should not be a surprise that I added rum to this cake right? ', This was my favorite childhood dessert. The first mention of this cake was in 1925 in a Gold Medal Flour ad that featured a full page photo of Pineapple Upside Down Cake and described it as we still know it today. Your cake looks fantastic, love the addition of pecans:-) Yum, Hugs, Terra. Looks scrumptious! Excellent pineapple upside down cake....light, moist and not too sweet! Run a knife around sides of cake and cool for 10 minutes in pan. Bake for about 25 to 35 minutes, or until a skewer … Stir in the eggs 1 at a time. You mentioned that you increased the recipe by 1/2 for your 12 inch skillet. Um...I might have had to freeze a bunch of it so I would stop having it for breakfast. The most difficult part of this one? Pour batter evenly into pan to cover pineapple rings and bake for 40 to 50 minutes or until tester comes out clean. German Chocolate Cake with Rum Glaze and Buttercream, Chocolate Peanut Butter Cheesecake with Pretzel Crust, Chocolate Orange Stout Cake with Orange Buttercream Frosting, Date Coffee Cake with Walnuts and Espresso Glaze. You should make one; they're really quite easy and so good. :). YUMMMMM This one looks like a real winner :). If there is liquid involved, find some alcohol to substitute; that's a better use of the word! Flipping over a 12 inch cast iron skillet and a 15" plate. Our users loved the easy prep and the huge hit the dessert was with their families. Trust me, it is so worth it. Step 3 Add the batter to the skillet and put in the oven. Almost a hundred years of history; my own family history of half that time; pineapples from Hawaii (thank you for joining the Union and sending us pineapple), those bright maraschino cherries…what about all that is NOT American? In a large bowl, add 1 3/4 sticks butter and the sugar and cream together until pale yellow, about 2 minutes. My challenge was to figure out how I would remove the core without making a mess that would ruin the whole look. Place a plate or serving platter over cake, bottom side up. I wanted to have a little celebration and have some neighbors over so I asked him what he would like me to make.
Fun post! Honestly there is a bit of rum in the cake but it’s the rum in the buttery, gooey sauce on top that is really so perfect. https://www.food.com/recipe/pineapple-upside-down-cake-in-iron-skillet-42861 You know it's funny, but the pineapple upsidedown cake was out of fashion for awhile. Those conveniences are certainly what helped the cake gain notoriety during the 1960’s and 1970’s when women were leaving some of their traditional roles and demanding more ease in the kitchen. This is the only recipe I have ever used for pineapple upside-down cake … Melt 1/4 cup butter in a 12-inch cast iron skillet over medium-low heat. If so, any idea how long? Pineapple Upside-Down Skillet Cake Recipe - BettyCrocker.com Delicious! ps ... the *joy of cooking* ladies, the rombauer sisters, both deceased, don't add rum TO the cake, they sprinkle rum (or brandy -- so it says) on TOP of the cake and let it soak in .... Oh I LOVE pineapple upside down cake!! https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/skillet-pineapple-upside-down-cake I sort of like my quirky fix but the truth is that not everyone is going to have Grandma’s biscuit cutter so I thought it might be wise to take a peek. Great recipe and lovely pictures, Barb. In a 10-inch cast iron skillet, over medium heat, add the remaining 1/4 stick butter and heat until the butter has just melted. Some vintage foods I hope will never fade from our recollection. Remove from heat … Now I have to say I was OK with this method until my neighbor Sam suggested I try a gadget he had for peeling and slicing the pineapple. To begin, preheat your oven to 350 degrees. In a 10-inch cast-iron (or ovenproof nonstick) skillet over low, add remaining sugar and butter and cook, stirring, until the mixture is a light caramel color. Place a serving plate over the pan and invert carefully allowing the cake to slide out of the pan. Love the idea of using the biscuit cutter to cut out the core. Where's that time machine, I'm ready! Arrange the pineapple slices evenly in the pan; place a cherry in the center of each one and fill the … :). Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. You know how it is when you're determined right? I think the addition of rum suits the cake perfectly, what's not to like? In a large bowl cream butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Rum surely is a fantastic addition. So if this was handed down from a Grandma of mine…well, Luda Vaden it must have been! Old-fashioned, made from scratch in a cast iron skillet, this is the real deal. Approximately 20 oz of sliced pineapple (use fresh or canned), 5 Tbsp dark rum (or substitute with pineapple juice). Delicious post Barb! I also hear the spiced is really just vanilla and maybe sugar? Hello does this refer to plain flour would self raising flour ruin the recipr. My family is a big fan of a pineapple upside down cake, actually any upside down cake. Add egg yolks, one at a time, beating … That looks perfect! I would like to make this substituting Granny Smith