8 apples, dessert , 70 grams sugar , 2 tablespoon currants , 50 grams butter
5 tablespoon grape white juice , 2 tablespoon apricot jam, sieved , for sifting sugar, icing .
1. Peel and core the apples, leaving them whole. Wrap each apple in a strip of about 2 inches wide buttered greaseproof paper. Place the apples in a shallow baking dish. (Wrap only the sides of the apples not the tops. The paper will keep the apple white during baking.) 2. Mix butter and sugar together in a small bowl. Fill the center of each apple with the sugar mixture. Put a knob of butter over the filling. Add white grape juice in the bating dish. 3. Bake in oven at 400F, Gas mark 6 for 4045 minutes or until the apple are quite tender, but firm. 4. Remove the apples from the baking dish and pour the juice in a saucepan. Add the sieved apricot jam. Stir over low heat until well blended. Bring to a boil and simmer for a moment and remove from heat. 5. Carefully remove the paper from each apple and replace them in the baking dish. 6. Sift the top liberally with icing sugar and glaze quickly under hot grill to caramelize the tops. 7. Spoon over the hot apricot glaze and serve hot with cream.