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More than a century ago, thick first courses were called gamula, but apple gamula is a simple ancient dessert, the recipe of which was passed down by Ukrainian housewives from generation to generation. It was most often prepared in autumn with the onset of frost, when the stove was lit in the houses. Gumula was most often made from soft and beaten apples, as they could not be stored in cellars. This dessert was usually served with honey or tea, so it was prepared mostly without sugar.


  • Apples - 1 kg,
  • Honey - 10 g,
  • Flour - 1 tbsp.

The cooking process

  1. Bake apples in the oven. Allow to cool and puree.
  2. Mix the puree with the flour. Traditionally used oatmeal or oatmeal. They could also mix oatmeal with regular wheat.
  3. Put the dough in a fireproof dish and bake in the oven on low heat until it forms a ruddy crust

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