1 lb apples
1/3 lb rice
½ cup sugar
½ stick (or 4 tbsp) butter
2 tbsp flour
Vanilla on taste
3 tbsp vegetable oil
Boil (non-sticky) rice to readiness and cool.
Peel apples, de-seed, and cut into medium cubes (or into thin slices).
Grease a baking sheet with vegetable oil, place the apples onto the sheet, sprinkle with 2 tbsp sugar.
Pre-heat an oven to 390º F (200º C), and place the sheet in the oven.
When the upper layer of apples started to change color, take the sheet out of oven.
Decrease temperature to 360º F (180º C). Whip butter and sugar together until the butter turns white. Add the eggs, flour, and vanilla, and whip all together.
Place the rice over the apples on the baking sheet, and pour the whipped mix over rice.
Bake for about 25-30 minutes, until the upper layer turns matte, and the bubbling ceases.
If the upper layer starts the overcook, cover it with foil.
Serve on a large flat dish, after turning over from the baking sheet. Cut into 4 parts, and serve with whipped cream, or fruit and berries preserves, if you like.