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The apples are washed. It is cut in the part with the tail and it is dug a little round (I didn't have a special device). In the formed case put the vanilla sugar, cinnamon, walnut and jam. Put the apples in a pan and bake for 20 minutes. at most. Remove and leave to cool. Optionally, the shell can be removed.
Sprinkle with honey before serving.
Great appetite for childhood!
Stories and legends about apples
The apple is popularly considered a miraculous fruit, considered a symbol of renewal and eternal freshness. Legends and stories about the beneficial effects of apples are found in all cultures.
In fairy tales, carols and Romanian legends, apples are often mentioned, sometimes being called "golden apples", as they could bring long life to those who taste them.
The Greeks tell of Alexander the Great, who went to India in search of the Water of Life, found apples that extended the lives of priests by up to 400 years.
In Norse mythology, the gods ate apples and remained young until the end of the cosmic cycle - Ragna rok.
In the Roman Empire, the apple was considered the fruit of abundance, Roman emperors and nobles kept bringing new species of apple from various parts of the world.
Baked apples in puff pastry
Apples are the most beloved and most sought after seasonal fruit. They are cheap, they are everywhere, extremely versatile and can be included in a lot of recipes. There are so many recipes for apple and cinnamon desserts, you don't know which one to make more.
Today we offer you one of the simplest desserts with apple, and delicious at the same time. Apples stuffed with raisins and baked & icircn puff pastry, delicious, fragrant and very easy to make.
- a packet of puff pastry dough
- 6 apples
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- 6 teaspoons raisins
- 1 or
- 4 teaspoons butter
- 6 teaspoons brown sugar
- lemon peel
- 3 teaspoons liquid cream
Thaw the dough and divide it into six parts or as many apples as you have. If the apples are large, you may need several packets of dough.
Wash the apples and peel them. Remove the spine with a sharp knife or a special kitchen accessory for cleaning apples.
Mix the raisins with the sugar, cinnamon, lemon peel and liquid cream. Put each apple on a piece of puff pastry and fill with the raisin mixture. Bring the edges up and seal them so that the apple is completely covered in the dough.
Grease the puff pastry with beaten egg, mixed with melted butter and bake in the preheated oven for 30-35 minutes or until the puff pastry is baked.
Serve the ripe apples after they have cooled a little, with powdered sugar and cinnamon on top, or plain.