AUNT MAYBE’S APPLE STRUDEL
This delicious and easy Apple Strudel (created by my Aunt Maybe) is one of my favorite dessert recipes.
While it’s fabulous for fall, you can serve it any time of the year. Once you make it for your family and guests, I’m sure they will agree.
I also love how quick and easy it is to make. Let me walk you through the recipe.
Granny Smith apples sugar unsalted butter cornstarch cinnamon nutmeg kosher salt water frozen puff pastry egg Glaze: unsalted butter vanilla milk kosher salt confectioners' sugar
In a medium saucepan, mix together diced apples, sugar, butter, cornstarch, spices, and water. Cook this for about 7 minutes or until the mixture becomes a sauce and starts to thicken.
Once the apple filling is cooled, divide it evenly between the two puff pastry sheets. Spread the filling on the middle third of the puff pastry.
To make the apple strudel a bit more decorative, use a knife to cut lines (about 16 or so) into each outer third of the puff pastry, forming strips. Then criss-cross the strips onto the filling.
Once everything is assembled, brush the apple strudel with an egg wash and pop it into the oven for 35-40 minutes.
Let the strudel cool slightly. While it cools, prepare a glaze by whisking together the butter, confectioner’s sugar, vanilla, salt, and milk.
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