Apple strudel is a wonderful dessert that was bought to Australia by European settlers and has since become a family favourite.
This is an old family standby, apple strudel, sometimes instead of using sultanas I will substitute for other available dried fruits or use none at all.
Apple strudel is such an impressive looking dessert it appears hard to make but really isn't if you use frozen puff pastry.
This apple strudel is super simple to make because it uses premade frozen puff pastry. Simple and delicious!
I love apple strudel and this is an easy recipe so I can make it for myself. Apples are lightly flavoured with cinnamon then wrapped in puff pastry instead of the traditional filo.
This is a traditional Jewish dessert eaten at Purim. It combines apples and dates and is glazed and decorated with pistachios and poppy seeds.
Normally our apple strudel is made with sultanas but we decided to step it up with dried cranberries instead.
These are a tasty little individual apple dessert that I make when I have leftover puff pastry whether using frozen or homemade.
Although apple strudel is traditionally made with filo pastry I prefer to use puff pastry. Great standby recipe to use up leftover apples.
A covering of wafer-thin strudel pastry ensures that fruit such as apples, sour cherries and apricots retain their juice and flavour when cooked.
Brushing the strudels with sour cream when they have been half baked is the special secret to this apple strudel recipe.