As I’ve hinted in my previous post, apple turnovers were next on the to-bake list.
Soo, we made some.
They turned out AMAZING! Very easy to make and perfect for chilly autumn nights like the ones we’re having here. They’re super crisp on the outside, chewy and flavorful inside!
The way they’re folded remind me of empanadas but you can fold them however you want.
PS. Seeing the leaves change into reds, oranges, and yellows is amazing! But soon it’ll all be over when snow starts falling and the cold sets in… *sigh*
makes 8 turnovers
500g store-bought puff pastry
1/2 cup butter, browned
5 apples, chopped into tiny cubes or bigger if you want
3/4 cup sugar
1 tsp cinnamon
-Preheat oven to 200C.
-Slice the puff pastry into 8 pieces.
-Roll out puff pastry into rounds until about 1/8″ thick
-In a pan on high, melt butter.
-Add apples and let them cook with the butter. Add the sugar and heat until juices are released and boiling. Finally, add cinnamon and turn off the heat.
-Let the apples cool for a bit, around 10 minutes.
-Spoon a tablespoon and a half of filling onto rolled puff pastry, fold and crimp with a fork.
-Beat egg, and brush onto pastries.
-Bake for 15mins or until golden brown.