Apple strudel is traditional Czech pastry that have its origin in Austrian cuisine. It’s very popular dessert in Czech cuisine and across Central Europe thanks to history of Austro-Hungarian Empire. Apple strudel is quite easy to prepare thanks to the option of buying prepared pastry dough. However old-fashioned people still make their own dough.
- Phyllo or flaky pastry
- 4-6 apples
- cinnamon sugar
- powdered sugar
- raisins, walnuts (optional)
- Roll out pastry in slim rectangle.
- Grate apples and put them on dough. Add raisins or chopped walnuts if you want.
- Sprinkle apples with cinnamon sugar.
- Roll up dough into long cylinder and close both ends.
- At last brush strudel with whisked egg.
- Put in preheated oven 200°C (390°F) for about 20 minutes until strudel has nice golden color.
- Dust with powdered sugar. Apple strudel can be served with whipped cream.