For the dough, cut the cold butter into cubes and mix it with the flour and salt until you get a sandy texture. Add the ground sugar and beaten egg with water and mix until the composition is homogeneous. Leave the dough in the fridge for an hour.
Meanwhile, peel the apples and grate them. Squeeze the juice and put them in a bowl on the fire, and add the sugar, cinnamon and mix. Let them harden until they soften, then let them cool.
Sprinkle the work table with flour and spread the dough with the rolling pin, in a rectangle with a diameter of 25 x 35cm. Cut off the excess dough. Divide the dough into 3 (eyes) lengthwise and place the filling in the middle of the dough, leaving an edge of 2 fingers (for the tail and head). Cut strips on both sides of approx. 2 cm and knead the dough over the filling.
Take the corners on the right side and stack them on top of each other to form the crocodile's head, then flatten them by hand to form the snout. With your fingers, form two nostrils in the front.
Take the corners of the dough on the left side, twist them and form the tail. From the remaining dough, take a piece that you roll and form the eyebrows and eyes of the crocodile. Take four pieces of dough and form the paws and place them next to the body. With your scissors on the sides of the muzzle to make fangs. Pinch your snout and body with scissors to make scales.
Put the pie in the preheated oven at 180 degrees C for 30-35 minutes, until it browns nicely. Let it cool and serve.
1. Sift the flour into a bowl, then place the diced margarine and break into small pieces that are covered with flour and form small noodles out of all the margarine and all the flour. Gradually add cold water and knead quickly until the composition binds and a dough is obtained. Then cover with a transparent foil and leave to cool for half an hour.
2. Meanwhile, wash the apples, peel them, cut them into quarters, then into 8-10 slices. Put in a bowl and sprinkle with vanilla sugar and crushed cinnamon.
3. Sprinkle a tablespoon of flour and roll out three-quarters of the dough into a thin sheet. Put in the pie bowl and cut on the edges. Put the apple slices and sprinkle sugar between layers, and place the rest of the dough on a thin sheet.
4. Glue the two sheets on the edge, and make a few holes in the center with the fork. Bake for the first 10 minutes over high heat, then reduce the heat to medium and bake for another 40-45 minutes. Allow to cool, cut into slices and serve. Whoever wants can sprinkle powdered sugar on top.
- all the above ingredients are piled in a bowl, put the flour for. started about 400 gr.
- mix well with a wooden spoon, then use your hands to knead and add flour as appropriate.
- mix well for about 8-10 minutes, with floured hands.
- or divided into 2 equal parts
- Place a baking paper large enough on the work table to spread the sheets on it.
- Sprinkle the flour on the baking paper, and start spreading the first ball of dough.
- spread a sheet the size of a tray (in the middle of the stove tray), and then place it in a greased and lined tray
the apples are cleaned and grated (I peeled them all), then they are put together with the sugar in a pan over a moderate heat. Stir and let the apples juice, then stir again until the apple juice evaporates.
After the apples have left all the juice, add the cinnamon (I put a teaspoon), and mix again.
Put the apple filling in the tray over the first sheet, level it.
Spread the second sheet, also on baking paper, and after spreading the sheet, take the baking paper with the sheet and place it over the tray.
(I did the same with the first sheet), and then you arrange it better.
Put the tray in the oven at 175 degrees for about 30-35 minutes until it gets a beautiful golden yellow hue.
The pie is preferably cut cold, I cut it after at least 15 minutes.
The apple pie recipe was proposed by Pocahontas
15 tablespoons mineral water or soda (225 ml)
15 tablespoons flour with tip (425 g)
7 tablespoons oil
50 g of margarine or butter + 2 tablespoons of flour
10 big apples
6-8 tablespoons sugar
1 cinnamon stalk
1 sachet of vanilla sugar
Method of preparation
1Make a crust of mineral water, flour and oil. If it still sticks to your hands, add a little more flour.
2Mix the 2 tablespoons of flour with margarine at room temperature. The result is a soft and easy-to-stretch "ciulama".
3Powder the table / plate with flour and spread a sheet of dough as thin as possible. Spread the "ciulamaua" evenly over the entire sheet. Wrap with margarine inside. Refrigerate for at least 30 minutes.
4Grind the apples, mix with the sugar and cinnamon in a saucepan then put on low heat to evaporate the juice. If you don't have time, put a layer of breadcrumbs on the first sheet in the tray. If there is too much juice, there is a risk that the bottom sheet will not ripen.
5Grease a stove pan with oil and line it with flour. The coca is divided into 2 equal parts and 2 sheets are stretched. Put the first sheet in the pan, the apples (hardened), the second sheet and bake on low-medium heat (375 ° F) for about 45 minutes. When it has browned, it is ready.
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2 packs of puff pastry
1 kg of apples
400 g sugar cough
100 g butter
finely ground cinnamon - to taste
1 cup oil for spreading sheets
Method of preparation
Grease the pan well with butter, grate the apples and remove the juice by sprinkling between the palms, place the wrinkled sheets in the tray, two at a time. Place 3 layers of two sheets each, grease the sheets with oil with a brush, divide the amount of grated apples into 3 equal parts & # 8211 for the 3 layers of apple that will be placed in the pie.
Sprinkle evenly over each layer of wrinkled sheets: the portion of grated apples, caster sugar and ground cinnamon. The last 6 sheets are placed as follows: 2 rows of 2 sheets are wrinkled and the other 2 sheets are placed nicely spread on top. All the overlapping sheets are greased with oil.
The edges of the pie sheets are inserted towards the inside of the tray using, for example, the tail of a spoon, with a very sharp knife the surface of the pie is notched and a small cube of butter is placed next to each notch.
Put the tray in the hot oven and bake at the right heat for about 35 minutes, until nicely browned.
Powder hot with fine sifted flour sugar according to preference.
Serve hot or cold.
Fermented pie. It is a soft, tender and delicious pie. Try to prepare it!
For the Streusel topping:
-a teaspoon of ground cinnamon.
Extra: an egg for lubricating the surface of the pie.
1.Prepare the dough: dissolve the salt and sugar in the warm milk. Melt the butter.
2. Sift the flour (so it is enriched with oxygen and the dough comes out fluffier) in a large bowl. Add the dry yeast and mix.
3. Make a hole in the middle of the flour pile. Pour in the milk (with sugar and salt), melted butter and egg. Mix everything with a fork. You need to get a soft dough.
At this stage you can correct the consistency of the dough: if it is more liquid, add a little more flour, and if it is too dense, add a little more milk.
4. Gradually add the oil and knead the dough very well with your hands: for 5-7 minutes, until it sticks to your hands.
5. Grease the bowl with a little oil and place the soft, homogeneous and non-sticky dough, shaped like a ball, in it. Cover it with cling film and leave it to rise for 1-1.5 hours, until it doubles in volume.
6.Prepare the filling: peel apples and stalks. Cut them into cubes.
7. Add them to the pan with the melted butter and simmer for 3-5 minutes to soften.
8. Add the cinnamon and mix. Transfer the filling to a bowl and allow to cool to room temperature.
9.Prepare the Streusel topping: mix the flour and sugar. Add the cold butter, cut into cubes. Mix quickly, with your hands, until you get a sandy dough. Refrigerate the topping until you start shaping the pie.
10. Grease the pan with butter and sprinkle with flour. Shake off excess flour. If you want, you can bake the pie on the standard oven tray, lined with baking paper.
11. Knead the leavened dough a little and divide it into 8 equal pieces, shaping them into balls (gather the edges of the dough piece towards the center and consolidate its “seam”, then rotate it between your palms). Cover them with cling film and let them rest for 5-7 minutes (during this time the gluten will split and the dough will become softer, more malleable and will not "resist" during stretching).
12.Shape the pie: roll out each ball of dough into a cake. Then roll out each cake into a larger one, slightly smaller in diameter than the baking tray.
13.Then add a handful of Streusel topping (you only need to use half of it) on each cake, spreading only half of the surface of each of them. Then bend them and press them lightly with your hands.
14. Then add the remaining topping (leaving a small amount of it to sprinkle the surface of the pie) on the "crescents" obtained, spreading it evenly.
15.Place a tablespoon of apple filling on both sides of each "crescent" of dough, giving it a triangle shape.
16. After that, roll each half of the "crescent" towards the center, covering the filling.
17. Place the double croissants, which you have obtained, in the prepared tray, with the tips towards the center.
18. Cover the pie with cling film and leave it to rise for 30-40 minutes.
19. Grease the surface with beaten egg and sprinkle with the remaining Streusel topping.
20. Bake the pie for 45-50 minutes in the preheated oven to 180 ° C. Baking time depends on the size of the tray and your oven. The pie should brown and the toothpick inserted in the middle should come out dry, with no traces of dough.
21. Allow to cool slightly and transfer to a plate.
The pie breaks easily into separate croissants with apples. It is very fragrant, soft, fluffy and delicious! We are sure you will like it!
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Do you want to be able to enjoy a piece of apple pie without guilt? This apple pie with oats contains only 205 calories per point! In addition, the cake does not contain added sugars and there are practically no saturated fats! Ideal if you cut, but still want to taste the delicious taste of a fresh piece of apple pie.
Calories: 205 kcal
Carbohydrates: 27 gr
Sugars: 5 gr
Fat: 7 gr
Saturated: 0.8 gr
Protein: 6 gr
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According to the Moreveg website, the oldest known vegetable is peas, as it has been found in stone settlements over 8000 years old. Vegetables have been strongly cultivated by humans, and vegetables eaten in modern times are very different from their predecessors. The ancient man also ate plants that modern man would not normally consider vegetables such as ferns and cattails.
Reports of shrubs, strawberries, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts and kahrrabi were grown from the same prehistoric plant between 8,000 and 10,000 years ago. "Wild carrots can advance human agriculture, but they cannot be eaten and do not resemble the cultivated variety." The orange carrot known in the modern era did not exist until the seventeenth century.
Instead, many modern fruits have ancient counterparts. Olives, plums and pears have been found in northern Israel since the Paleolithic era. The data was found in the teeth of a 40,000-year-old Neanderthal. The grapes were found in northeastern Tennessee, which appears to be 7 million years old. According to Slate, "apple trees covered Kazakhstan 30,000 years ago, oranges were common in China, and berries grew in Europe." Available fruits have evolved less drastically than vegetables, but have still been modified to some extent. "People's choice has made them bigger and sweeter and can cause other chemical changes."