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Ginger-cinnamon grape pie

Cooked ginger-cinnamon pie with grape sauce

Time to cook: 60 minutes

Total Servings: 8

Nutritional Value

Dive with me into my autumn dream... An autumn so golden, so colorful... And share with me the delight of a piece of cake so autumnal, so golden, so spicy and warming to the soul and body...

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Ingredients for ginger-cinnamon pie with grape sauce:

  • Chicken egg (+2 yolks) - 2 units
  • brown sugar - 1 glass
  • Cinnamon - 1 teaspoon
  • Ginger (powder) - 1 teaspoon
  • Lemon peel
  • Dough leavening agent - 2 teaspoon
  • Milk - 125 ml
  • Butter - 200 g
  • Wholemeal flour - 2 glass
  • Powdered sugar (for sprinkles)
  • Grapes (for sauce) - 1 glass
  • Cornstarch (in sauce) - 1 teaspoon
  • Sugar (in sauce) - 2 tablespoon
  • Water (boiling, into sauce) - 1 tablespoon

How to cook ginger-cinnamon grape pie step by step with photos

What Autumn is all about? Living on the Aegean coast you forget what autumn is, what colors and emotions it brings... You forget what it means to sit with your family on a cloudy and rainy autumn day, drinking tea with a piece of your mom's pie and getting warm by the fire. Yes, nostalgia.. I look at my desk calendar... ♪ it's autumn, September ♪... I turn my head and look out the window... and the weather can't be called autumnal. It's +36 outside, in the distance you can see the shore of the Aegean Sea, a couple of local kids are frolicking with their mothers, and the light breeze is ruffling the palm fronds... "Where is the autumn?"? - I ask myself!!!! "There is no Autumn and will never be Autumn again"... I hear the echo in reply.. It makes me sad... I used to dislike autumn so much, I remember! I disliked the rain and cold, I disliked the gray overcast sky and the thought that just a little more, just a little more winter will come, and it made me feel even colder... And my mind woke up to dreams of warmth, sunshine, an azure shore, and eternal summer. My mother always told me: Marina, you dream too much. Dreaming isn't harmful, of course, but look, my daughter, dreams always come true". And my mother was right. Dreams of warmth, sunshine and eternal summer came true. "You'll still miss our winter, the fall foliage..", # My mother told me #. And I was turning my head in response, and the sun was already shining in my mind, and the image of the paradise coast, sand, and a light breeze was rising... "Hm, no, I will not miss neither autumn nor fallen leaves, I don't like neither cold nor grayness"... But for some reason now, when it's warm and sunny outside and the sea water beckons you with its waves, I get sad... Sad that autumn won't come... Summer will be replaced by spring, and after spring the hot summer will come again, unnoticed... But I don't like autumn! Or I didn't? Yes, I didn't, but now I do. Autumn is not only sad and bad, cold and lonely, overcast and rainy... Autumn is a lot of bright, interesting and full of color... Autumn is barefoot in puddles and a fountain of colourful leaves and friends and smiles... The last days of September, almost October, it's warm and the pictures of Autumn, all the colours of the golden time, appear in my mind replacing each other... Chills... ...from.. thoughts... And I rush to the kitchen, brew herbal tea, and in order to feel more warmth, to get rid of the cold coming from inside (and there is autumn in my soul, or rather, dreams of it), I put some cinnamon and some ginger in my tea and open a jar of forgotten honey; they warm up the body... By lunchtime thoughts of autumn are even brighter, even more colorful... Going back into the kitchen looking for fall... What would I like to eat that's autumnal, I think. Grapes, of course!!! After all, even in Turkey you can taste many fruits only in September and October. I remember the tea that warmed me early in the morning... Of course, cinnamon, ginger, honey, grapes... In my mind I picture a delicious autumn pie with grape sauce dripping down it so appetizingly... Here it is, autumn... I begin to create before the fall thoughts leave me...

In a deep bowl we put two eggs and two yolks,

brown sugar, and beat with a mixer until the mixture changes color and increases in volume.

Add the zest of two lemons, cinnamon and ginger, the baking powder, and whisk again.

Heat milk in a saucepan until warm. Melt butter in a pan. Mix the milk and butter and leave to cool slightly.

At this time we add flour to the dough - 1 cup. The flour is gray and heterogeneous, that's the beauty of it taste of the pie. If you do not have such flour, mix equal amounts of white wholemeal and rye flour.

Now add gradually the milk and butter mixture and whisk. Add a cup of flour again, beat with a mixer until smooth and look at the consistency of the dough. If you think you need to add more flour, add it. The main thing is not to add too much, so the pie does not lose its tenderness... Grease the cake pan, pour the dough into the pan and place it in the oven preheated to 180 degrees Celsius for 30-35 minutes.

Take out the ready tart and sprinkle with powdered sugar.

Sauce. In a small saucepan, mix sugar and grapes (mash the grapes together with the sugar so that the fruit will give off juice). Heat on heat for 2 to 2 minutes.5 In a separate bowl, mix the starch with 1 tbsp.l. boiling water and add it to the grapes. Continue stirring until the sauce becomes slightly thick. Remove from heat. Serve with a tasty, savory, tender slice of pie. It's important not to add too much sugar, so that the sauce retains some acidity, which will set off the sweet and spicy flavor of the pie.

Here it is, an autumn evening. We light the fireplace, make some tea, here it is, an autumn pie with cinnamon and ginger flavor, so autumnal, so warming...

...And here's the grape sauce...

Nutritional Value:

Whole Dish:
3831.9 Calories
52.5 g
184.7 g
485.3 g
Per Serving:
479 Calories
6.6 g
23.1 g
60.7 g
314.1 Calories
4.3 g
15.1 g
39.8 g

Spicy, Sugar, Butter, Ginger, Sweet, Water, Milk, Brown sugar, Cinnamon, Custard, Baking, Wholemeal, Cakes, Corn Starch, Grapes, Grape, Lemon Cake, Pastry, Creamy Sugar, Creamy Flour

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