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|Main ingredients||Batter, fruit (apples, pineapples, cherries)|
An upside-down cake is a cake that is baked in a single pan with its toppings at the bottom of the pan, hence "upside-down". Then, when removed from the oven, the upside-down preparation is de-panned onto a serving plate, thus righting it, and serving it right-side up.
Usually chopped or sliced fruits — such as apples, cherries, peaches, or pineapples — butter, and sugar are placed on the bottom of the pan before the batter is poured in, so that they form a baked-on topping after the cake is inverted. A simple cottage pudding cake batter may be used.
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