8 August 2012

Apfelstrudel (from Germany to Chile)





Many time I wanted make some recipe of this  book that chef Carlo Von Mullenbrock from Chile
made after a search in the south our country. How I told you before we have  a lot of german recipes from the first german people arrived about 1859.
Carlo made a wonderful book"Manos del Sur" and this recipe is from this book   and this recipe is from Mrs. Helene Emilie Held Nanning.

I think is the better Apfelstrudel I try:)



Ingredientes
(2 apfelstrudel)

3 tablespoon of oil (sunflower oil
or corn oil)
240 ml hot water
450 grs. all purpose flour
8 to 10 apples peel in slices
(you can use grammy Smith or Fuji)
10 tablespoon granulated sugar
1 cup of golden raisins
1 teaspoon of cinnamon powder
some butter cubes
melted butter for brushing
glass sugar to powder


Method

In a bowl mix the oil and hot water.
In a large bowl place the flour in the center add the beaten egg and water mixture and oil.
With the help of hands mix the ingredients until the dough if ready .
If you feel a little stick little add  flour.
 In a bowl place the dough on a hot surface (I turned on the oven at medium temperature) let stand about 15 to 20 minutes. Thus the batter will be thin and elastic.
 Meanwhile you can cut the apples into slices If you have not preheat the oven to 180 ° c. make now
Divide dough into two equal portions On a floured surface place a piece of dough and stretch to form a rectangle roll the dough should be thin but not broken.
Place dough on a floured kitchen towel and distribute half of the apples more  5 tablespoons of sugar and raisins, sprinkle with cinnamon and butter cubes .
 Bending the end of the dough and roll with the help of the cloth.
Press the edges. Repeat the same procedure with the other dough, apples and sugar, raisins and cinnamon apple strudel to the other.
 Butter a  cookie sheet and place the two apfestrudel and brush with melted butter and bake until golden brown brushing the dough during baking.
the oven, let cool and sprinkle with icing sugar.


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EN ESPAÑOL

Strudel de manzanas








104 comments:

  1. Hi Gloria,

    Looks Delicious !!!

    Perfect presentation:)

    Keep up this good work Dear..

    www.southindiafoodrecipes.blogspot.in

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  2. You lost me at the title, but the cat would never remain idle, as a treat it looks like indeed at you feed.

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    1. It's his way of saying, 'Can I get one, please?' Hahaha!

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    2. maybe RCB but I think is a nice comment LOL

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  3. Gloria mi prendi per la gola!!!!!!!!!!!che buoniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!baci!

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  4. Que delicia....esta te la copio para el invierno que el strudel del sur me encanta!.......Abrazotes, Marcela

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    1. El strudel me encanta Marcela y esta receta me encantó viste el video? Puse un link de Carlo haciendo otra receta deliciosa:)

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  5. so it is kinda like an apple tart? sounds yummy to me...smiles...

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    1. Yes Brian like an apple tart but the dough is really thin:) Is yumm!

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  6. Oooh...my mom used to make apple streudel! Yum! The Germans have so many good apple recipes. I have a German apple cake that is so good. Your streudel is beautiful!

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    1. Ah, I love your snowy little picture on my wall! That is so lovely!

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    2. Really Betsy? your Mom made apfelstrudel? what nice!
      Thanks Dear Oh Im glad you like Betsy!:)

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  7. A ver si encuentro ese libro para traermelo, debe ser bueno.
    Que rico es el Apfelstrudel, me encanta, en la casa de mi mamá hay todos los dias :).
    Besos!

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    1. Gracias Kako si el libro es muy bueno cariños:)

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  8. Exquisito, tiene que estar de lujos

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  9. your strudel looks delicious!

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  10. I grew up on Apfel Strudel and Kuchens and bratwurst and knockwurst and all kinds of other German foods. Your strudel is making my mouth water, it looks delicious!

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  11. mmm love apple strudel, we usually make it during winter when apples are the main fruit....

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    1. Thanks Dezz we love too and really love apples in all seasons but is true we are in winter now and use a lot apples and pears:)

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    2. Dezzzzzzzzy, when you say 'we' make it, does that mean you actually go into your kitchen and make them? Or do you mean you go and buy 'm? :D Whichever way... as long as they taste GREAT.

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  12. Strudel is my favourite apple pie, I use the method from my mum's area in the Dolomites, North of Italy, I am actually making a lot now because we have apples in season too! The shape of mine is like a big croissant!
    Here is a photo (and recipe)

    http://alessandrazecchini.blogspot.co.nz/2011/07/apple-cake-and-apple-strudel.html

    ciao
    Alessandra

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    1. Thanks dear Alessandra is my favorite too:) I will see your recipe thanks !

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  13. Ahh, Miss Gloria...did you know that I lived in Germany for three years?? I loved it!! And the food? OhmyGosh!! The food was the BEST!! Thank you for sharing this with us =)))

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    1. What nice Elsie dont have idea you lived in Germany I have some german recipes in my labels:)

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    2. I will have to grab my Hubby and take a look =)

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  14. oh wow love this drove through Austria recently and had to stop and get some:-)

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  15. Apfelstrudel is my favorite German dessert. It's so delicious!

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  16. This looks so tasty and I love your plate!

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    1. Thanks Ellen the I love this plate too is from England:)

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  17. ay no!! GLoria! que exquisito!! me encanta el strudel de manzana, es tan fresco!! me encanta el sabor de la manzana cocida con la canela =)
    rico! rico!
    Besitos!

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    1. Esta receta es super buena Emma tienes que hacerla además es del sur jaja!

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    2. si!! por eso me encanta...me encanta la manzana cocida =)

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  18. I love strudel!!! You have made it perfectly. In the north of Italy we have an influence of German food and we make strudel every so often.

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    1. Thanks Alida oh I dont have idea in the north of Italia made too so you know all we have some things of others countries:)

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    1. Gracias Fran estaba muy bueno:)

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  20. Suena tentador! Tengo el libro y todo.

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    1. Yo solo tengo algunas recetas pero son muy buenas más adelante pienso comprar el libro.

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  21. Wow, you made your own strudel dough...I'm impressed! Your apple strudel looks magnificent, Gloria!

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    1. Thanks Lizzy hope you have a fun time;) miss you!

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  22. Mmmmmm! Looks so good!!!!!
    XO Kris

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  23. Cuando vamos a Chile casi siempre comimos en casa de mi suegra, viste que mi marido es descendiente alemán, pero es chileno :)
    Es muy delicioso este pastel!
    Besos!

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  24. Que delicioso Gloria!! mi madre lo prepara muy rico, probaré tu receta. Besos

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    1. Gracias Rosana te creo tu mamá tiene muy buenas recetas por lo que me has dicho!

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  25. Fabulious Gloria! You triumph again!

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  26. Me encanta visitarte publicas recetas estupendas y este postre es una de ellas, delicioso..

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    1. Gracias Mercedes y a mi me encanta que vengas eres muy buena persona:)

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  27. Looks wonderful, Gloria! I love apple desserts, just make one last week, and another one yesterday! haha! :)

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    1. Kitchen flavours I love too all with apples desserts and cakes is a nice fruit and is possible have around the year amazing!

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  28. Una delicada y rica receta, gracias por compartir y pasarte por mi blog...Besos

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    1. Gracias Doris me gusta mucho tu blog:)

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  29. Lovely dessert with apples. Yummy! :)

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  30. Wonderful.. I love a good strudel, and it's apple season here. I have several Gravenstein apple trees that are great in pies, so I'll try this!

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    1. Thanks Janet I love this recipe; really I love all with apples what nice you have apples trees:)

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  31. German strudel is delightful-No doubt yours is delicious. I just need a cup of coffee and a slice of this strudel.

    Velva

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  32. This looks amazing.I would love to have a piece of this strudel right now.

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  33. un dolce sempre gradito a tutti, buonissimo !buon weekend Gloria!

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  34. this sound nice to serve as dessert after a meal.Thanks for sharing.

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  35. Marvelous! I wish I could have a slice right now...

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  36. Sounds delicious Gloria. Apples and raisins seem to go together so well and cinnamon makes your kitchen smell divine.
    Sam

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  37. Beautiful! What a delicious breakfast treat!

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  38. Looks wonderful, Gloria. And full of fall flavors!

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  39. This looks fantastic, Gloria - I'm always a big fan of apples in baked pastries! I'm sure these were a delicious treat and thank you so much for sharing!

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  40. It looks delectable. Haven't had Apfelstrudel in a long while. Wish I could have one now.

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  41. NO te imaginas cuantas veces he querido hacer un strudel y no me atrevo.
    Se ve delicioso el que has hecho.
    Saludos.

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  42. Yum! It looks fantastic.

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  43. I just pinned your great recipe, thanks for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Miz Helen

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  44. Dear Gloria, This happens to be one of my favorite desserts. Blessings dearest. Catherine xoxo

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  45. Yum! I'll take some with a cup of tea. Love the plate you are serving it on.

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  46. As I sit here this evening drinking my tea, I'm singing a song of Apfelstrudel:) Can you hear me, Gloria??? ♫♪♫♪Oh how I wish I had some strudel...♫♪♫♪It's Gloria's Strudel that I crave...♫♪♫♪Oh how I wish I had some strudel...♫♪♫♪If only I could be as brave♫♪♫♪

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    1. Lol Louise you are the besy:))
      You made my day!
      I love apple strudel too! x

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  47. ça doit être délicieux, comment y résister
    bonne journée

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    1. Aguileon tomorrow I will post a new recipe; today I cant finish but is almost ready:)

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  49. Hi Gloria..tempting strudel..very nice.

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  50. I love a good apple strudel Gloria dusted with icing sugar.

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  51. Aha! Apfelstrudel! Now we're talking business, Gloria! I wouldn't mind nyone sending a couple of those my way. Yes, I currently live in the Netherlands but I've got my eye on Mallorca, Spain! There's a place down there that's got my name on it. It's screaming, 'Come here, RC!'

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  52. Dear Gloria, these are delectably beautiful! My German husband will go crazy over these! Apple desserts and Germany just go perfectly together in the food world!

    Thanks you sweet friend , for sharing!

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  53. I have fond memories of this dessert in Austria - yours looks perfect

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  54. HOLA GLORITA, NUNCA HE PROBADO ESTA RECETA, LA FAVORITA MÍA ES LA DE LA GERDA FENNER. PERO YA QUE LA RECOMIENDAS, PUES AHÍ VOY A HACERLA UNOS DE ESTOS DÍAS. CUANDO PASE EL RESFRÍO EN TODO CASO! BESITOS

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  55. I didn't know apfelstrudel means apple strudel! It's amazing that you made this from scratch! I love strudel and this looks very good Gloria!!!

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    1. Thanks Nami is a nice snd antique recipe!:)

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  56. your apple strudel looks wonderful, i wish i can hv a piece now!

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  57. Gloria el 12 de agosto te escribieron Pamela12 de agosto 2012 12:48
    Hola gloria el 12 de agosto 2012 te escribieron
    HOLA glorita, NUNCA he probado ESTA RECETA, LA FAVORITA MÍA ES LA DE LA GERDA. FENNER. PERO YA QUE LA RECOMIENDAS, PUES AHÍ VOY A HACERLA UNOS DE ESTOS DÍAS. CUANDO PASE EL resfrío EN TODO CASO! BESITOS
    Responder

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  58. sabes como puedo ubicar el libro de la Gerda Fenner o a Pamela , la persona que te escribio ese comentario, ando vuelta loca tratando de ubicar ese libro, el mio me lo robaron , gracias mi mail doranajum@yahoo.es

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