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Compiled Recipe – Apple Roses

Ingredients:

* 3 apples
* 250 grams layered dough
* 300 grams sugar
* 3 tbsp wheat flour
* 1 tbsp powdered sugar (for decorating)
* ½ L water

Preparations:
1) Slice the apples thinly (2-3 mm). Make syrup: put water in a pan medium heat. Add sugar and boil until all sugar is dissolved, stirring from time to time. Then put the apple slices in the water and cook until half transparent, no more than 5 minutes. Strain well. Roll the dough thinly. Cut a sheet of dough into long strips 30×2 cm in the middle of a dough strip, lay slices of apples slightly overlaying each other so that the rounded part is not covered by the dough. Fold the dough strip in half. Then roll into a roll. Spread it out a little to keep even. Pre-heat the oven to 200 degrees Celsius.

2) Lay out the roses on a baking sheet covered with baking paper. Leave some space between them. Bake for 20 minutes. They should brown well and be a pretty rich color.

3) Cool the roses, then set them out on a plate and sprinkle the flowers with powdered sugar. Apple roses are served with honey, chocolate topping or fruit syrups.

Image Sources:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rGrwvEjZIQ
http://tetalizza.com/2015/11/baked-apple-roses/
http://challengedairy.com/community/apple-roses-with-vanilla-caramel-cream-sauce

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4 thoughts on “Compiled Recipe – Apple Roses”

  1. I am not really creative in make a flower shape etc. I wish one day I can 🙂
    Yours is really so beautiful!
    Please visit and follow my blog (www.lazymomcooking.wordpress.com) or my Instagram (lazymom_cooking) for some recipe ideas 🙂

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