styckx: You lookin at The Peoples Strudel?[i.imgur.com image 484x350]
Thudfark: Raspeduch, strudel.
moonage daydream: Thudfark: Raspeduch, strudel.International Log?
aNihilV10L8tr: styckx: You lookin at The Peoples Strudel?[i.imgur.com image 484x350]that looks shopped, do you have the original?
styckx: aNihilV10L8tr: styckx: You lookin at The Peoples Strudel?[i.imgur.com image 484x350]that looks shopped, do you have the original?[i1224.photobucket.com image 552x414]
styckx: I'll just do it.. Here we go
KrispyKritter: the movie that made me hate quentin tarantino. pretentious crap. piss on you, and your stupid grindhouse gore crap too. you suck./no strudel for quentin//go on, off to bed with you, no dessert you little prick
Dumb-Ass-Monkey: So, uh, what is that recipe in American?I'm not entirely sure I can find Demerara Sugar, Light brown muscavado sugar, Bramley apples, or a Filo pastry pack
Miss Stein: Dumb-Ass-Monkey: So, uh, what is that recipe in American?I'm not entirely sure I can find Demerara Sugar, Light brown muscavado sugar, Bramley apples, or a Filo pastry packFilo you can find in the frozen food section (by the frozen pastries). Make sure you get the pastry kind and not the kind used for, say, spanakopita or baklava. There is a difference in texture. Get the Pepperidge Farm brand to be safe.If you can't find Bramley apples, use the tartest you can find.Demerara sugar is also known as turbinado or raw sugar. It's in the baking section.Muscovado sugar is known as molasses (or unrefined brown) sugar. Also in the baking section.Sultanas are Thompson seedless grapes (or close enough).Happy baking!
love_alice: Hey! Who's got a cached copy? shortlist.com is farked.. and I offered to make that for this evening!
ambercat: love_alice: Hey! Who's got a cached copy? shortlist.com is farked.. and I offered to make that for this evening!APPLE STRUDELFeeds 8Preparation time: 30 minutesCooking time: 25 minutesIngredients:1 x 250g Filo pastry pack In freezer section of grocery100g Unsalted butter (melted) 1 stick4 Large Bramley apples (about 800g once peeled and deseeded) McIntosh or Cortlandt will work too100g Pecan nuts about 1/2c should be good1/2 tsp Ground cinnamon1/2 tsp Ground nutmegThree slices of white bread80g Demerara Sugar about 1/3c.In baking aisle: sometimes called turbinado80g Light brown muscavado sugar about 1/3c plain old light brown sugar100g Sultanas raisinsPinch of salt6 tbsp Dark rumIcing sugar for dusting powdered sugarMethod:Preheat the oven to 180ºC 350 F. Peel, core and finely slice the apples. Place the large pan with lid on a high heat, add the apples, sugar, salt, sultanas and spices. Cook for 8-10 minutes stirring occasionally.Once the apples have started to break down around the edges, remove from the heat and allow to cool. Meanwhile, place the nuts and bread on an oven tray and toast for 6 minutes, turning the bread half way through. When toasted place in a food processor and pulse a couple of times coontil you have chunks the size of large porridge oats). Once the apples have cooled, combine with the chopped nuts and bread, add the rum.You will need 8 sheets of filo pastry, the melted butter and the pastry brush to hand. Place the first sheet of filo pastry length ways away from you and brush liberally with melted butter. Next, take another sheet of filo pastry and overlap on to the first by three fingers. Brush with butter and sprinkle the pastry with 2 tsp of Demerara sugar. Repeat this process with the other filo pastry sheets. Butter the second layer, butter and sugar the third layer, and then only butter the fourth layer.Take the apple mix (filling) and spoon onto the edge nearest you, leaving a three finger gap between the edge of the pastry and the filling on all three sides.Fold the flap of pastry nearest you over the filling, brush with butter and fold in both sides, brush again with butter. Start to roll the pastry and filling away from ...
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