September 13, 2018
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"From our daily newspaper The West Australian. Times are estimated and have not included resting times for the apples and batter."
Put apple rings in a bowl ad sprinkle with caster sugar, brandy and nutmeg and toss and allow to stand at room temperature for 20 minutes.
Meanwhile, to make the batter, whisk eggs, caster sugar, milk, oil and cloves in a large bowl until combined and then sift in flours and baking powder and whisk to form a batter, then stand for 20 minutes (if batter is too thick, add a splash more milk).
Pour oil into a large deep saucepan until 5cm deep and heat to 180C on a cook's thermometer, or until bread cube turns golden in 30 seconds.
Dust apple rings, one at a time, in flour, shaking of excess and dip into batter to coat, then shake of excess and then deep-fry apple rings in batches for 2 to3 minutes or until golden and tender.
Drain on kitchen paper and dust with icing sugar and season with a little salt.
Arrange apple fritters on a serving plate, drizzle with maple syrup and sprinkle over almonds and serve with ice-cream and/or cream.
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