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Apple Triangle Danish
25 Oct 2012


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After last sunday's sweet and savory "sammich", it's time to drop the latter and go all out sweet again. Last time we let the Danes indulge Frank with banana and pecan nuts, this time it’s all about apples, which are the favorite of yours truly.


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Apples, pommes, appelen, appel’n, リンゴ, apfels, omenat, mere… No matter your language, chunky apple sauce is sweet seduction. (And there’s no need to hold back as long as you rein in the sugar!)

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Be sure to trap all of it so naught goes to waste. We must contain it.
Did I mention I like apples yet?

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I caught him in the act of trying to steal my precious! Luckily I made two.
Don't let the cooking time on the recipe mislead you. By using ready-made applesauce you can easily half it.

Still, the real deal tastes even better! And the time you need to spend doesn't really differ if you make one or twenty so go ahead and whip out a huge batch. It's worth it! Thus spoke the apple addict.

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Apple Turnovers

Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 40 minutes
Serves: 2 pastries


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2 teaspoon(s) of sugar
2 sheet(s) of puff pastry (10x10 cm)
1 apple(s) (peeled, cored and cut into pieces)
5 tablespoon(s) of water


To make applesauce
Put the apples into a pot.
Add the water.
Bring to boil.
Lower heat and simmer for 15-20 minutes.
(stay close and add some extra water if needed).
Stir vigorously to break the apples apart.
Add sugar to your tasting.

To make the apple triangle
Preheat the oven to 220°C (428°F).
Put two tablespoons of applesauce on the puff pastry.
Wet the edges of the pastry.
Fold the pastry and push the edges to make them stick together.
Wet the top of the folded pastry and sprinkle each pastry with a teaspoon of sugar.
Bake for 20 minutes or untill golden brown.


Add raisins, cinnamon, etc. if you like!


adapted from Ons Kookboek


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