One of the things I love to do is cooking, especially deserts. Even though I don’t share them often here, I will start sharing some recipes on the blog. Today’s recipe is one of my favourites during this time of the year. Apple strudel is always good but when it is still warm it is just delicious!
- 4 medium-size apples;
- 3 soup spoons of breadcrumbs;
- 5 soup spoons of sugar (this quantity may vary if your apples are very acid);
- 2 soup spoons of unsalted butter;
- cinnamon (adjust it to your taste);
- 1 fresh puff pastry packaging.
Start by peeling the apples and cutting them into thin slices. Then put the breadcrumbs in a pan and bring to the boil until slightly toasted. Melt the butter.
After, in a cup, mix together the apples, the breadcrumbs, the melted butter, the sugar and the cinnamon. You can also add raisins but personally, I’m not a fan.
Stretch the puff pastry on a tray (this set seems like a good option), place the filling in the centre and close it (you can put sticks to keep the puff pastry closed). Sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon. Bake until the puff pastry is golden brown (approximately 35 minutes).
I hope you like this recipe! If you try it, feel free to tell me how it went!
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