Are you doing fine lately? In case you are having a hard time like we are, learn to make some dessert to treat yourself. Here we are introducing the recipe of our apple pie. Crunchy puff pastry wrapping the fresh apple inside, a nice dessert to cheer yourself up!
In the soon future maybe we have to work harder to learn, share and inherit various information. Time may get more difficult but challenge accepted! As Hongkongers we are always good at creating brightness amid dreadful situations. Feeling a bit bitter recently? Try add some sugar on your own!
蘋果批 Apple Pie
The flavour is like the type you could find in a fast food restaurant but our version is more tasty because of the crispy puff pastry and fresh flavour of apple
Apple always gives us the feeling of freshness and energy. With the fragrant cinnamon powder added, the filling was mouth watering
Ingredients include apple, frozen puff pastry, lemon, egg, honey, butter and cinnamon powder
To begin with, peel the apple skin and dice it. Add some lemon juice to prevent the apple from oxidizing
Medium heat on. Heat some butter and then add the apple
When the apple looks darker, add a handful of cinnamon powder and heat for awhile longer
Set the apple aside. Add honey when it cools down (honey will turn sour if it’s added when the apple is still too hot)
Set the apple on puff pastry
Our frozen puff pastry was in a large dough. After defrosting, we cut out a piece and kneaded it to the shape as shown
If you could find thinner version of puff pastry it will save you a lot of work
Wrap the filling and trim the puff pastry. Use a fork to press and seal the pastry. Don’t press it too hard or the puff pastry will no longer “puff”
Cut some slits on top of the pastry to vent
Put the pie on baking tray and cooking paper. Brush with egg wash
Preheat the oven to 200°C. Bake the apple pie for 15 mins and it’s done!
Cheer up yourself with this nice dish of dessert and continue to live well. Defend our memory against forgetting.
While our environment is changing rapidly, Couple Overcooked has a wish to write more recipes of Hongkongers in an attempt to record more of our collective memory. Baked Pork Chop Rice is an example.
Anyone hasn’t eaten Gyudon in restaurants for so long? Try to make it yourself. It’s very simple!