Apple Strudel

Are you interested in trying out some international foods this month? Okay, then lets travel around the world in 30 days, try out their food and have fun!! 

We, the Blogging Marathon group, are doing this month long event where we alphabetically choose countries and pick one recipe from each country and showcase them. 

For example I have chosen to try out this delectable pastry from Austria. A fellow blogger might use another country say Australia, Angola etc.. The only exceptions being X and W as there are no UN recognized country starting with the letter X and W. So watch out for the letter X and W to know what exceptions have worked into it :)

Coming to the recipe, my friend, Pooja has spent a considerable amount of time in Austria and she recommended that I should showcase Apple Str(e)udel as it is one of the popular pastries out there.  

Here is a postcard picture from Pooja's camera. Thanks Pooja for sharing this picture. I am sure this picture is just the tip of the iceberg. 

Trust me it is one addictive pastry for sure. We couldn't get enough of this. I am sure I am going to bake this often.

Recipe Source here
Ingredients - 

Puff Pastry Sheet 1 
Powdered Sugar for garnish
Milk 1 Tbsp (for brushing on the top)
Filling - 
Apple peeled, cored and sliced 2 medium apples
Raisins handful
Sugar 2-3 Tbsp
Bread Crumbs 2-3 Tbsp
Cloves, powdered 5-6 
Cinnamon Powder 1/2 tsp
Nuts coarsely crushed handful (I used Almonds)

Apple Strudel

Method Of Preparation -
To prepare the filling - 
In a mixing bowl, add all the ingredients listed under 'filling' and toss well until all the apple slices are coated with the spices. Set aside.

To assemble the strudel - 
Preheat the oven to 375 °F.

Thaw the puff pastry sheet as per the instructions on the package.

Roll out into a rectangle approximately 12 inches X 15 inches.

Arrange the filling in the center of the sheet either length wise or width wise. 

Apple Strudel

Close both the sides onto the filling sealing it and tucking in the edges as well.

Place the seam side down on a parchment lined baking tray. Brush the top with milk (or egg wash if preferred).

Bake for about 22 min or until the top turns golden brown.

Remove and let it cool for about 20 min.

Sprinkle some powdered sugar, slice and enjoy!

Apple Strudel

Preparation Time 15 min + Baking Time 22 min 
Serves 5-6


  1. Kalyani Says:
  2. Strudel looks divine Harini ! And that picture postcard is just like heaven.. Look forward to ur BM series.. And wish we et that puff pastry as easy as u guys.. It's a pain to make it , n have bookmarked so many recipes wit that puff pastry sheet.. Great going :))

  3. I have always loved apple strudel. .and the way you have presented its tempting me..fantastic choice for day 1.

  4. Love apple strudel. What a great choice. Baked apples and cinnamon go so well with each other.

  5. i love apple strudel and yours looks so inviting and beautiful loved the first picture

  6. Padmajha Says:
  7. Lovely postcard from your friend! And the pastry looks so delicious!

  8. Great recipe and the nice pick to start off the bm. Country looks so beautiful in the postcard and must be even more breath taking out there. Lovely pictures too; specially the baked and unbaked strudel in the collage. I wish you had put up one bigger picture of the baked strudel with that background.

  9. Apple strudel looks amazing , love to taste some now !Nice start...

  10. strudel is one of my fave desserts and that picture is sobeautiful transporting us there

  11. Srivalli Says:
  12. Apple strudel has been on my list for so long Harini. You have done it so well..and thanks to your friend, the postcard looks out of the world.

  13. Archana Says:
  14. Delicious strudel. Between Varada and you I want to try this yum strudel. The picture postcard is so beautiful.

  15. Priya Suresh Says:
  16. I can happily have a huge slice of this strudel, so delicious.

  17. Suma Gandlur Says:
  18. Don't know whether my earlier comment went through. I kept going back and forth while planning for this BM and still am doing that. This dish was on my list while planning but I think it may not get featured during this month. Your version looks lovely and will try this later. And that postcard view is breathtaking.

  19. Pavani Says:
  20. That is a yummy looking strudel Harini and love that post card pic from your friend -- so beautiful and serene.

  21. Lovely strudel...Looks so good Harini! Your friend has provided the perfect picture to showcase the beauty of the place too.

  22. Unknown Says:
  23. wow wonderfully baked apple strudel harini :) looks fabulous !! I wud love to have a piece now !! the scenery in the post card looks heavenly dear :)

  24. Unknown Says:
  25. You are making me drool I can skip my meal and have this like that crust

  26. Perfect sweet to start the BM. Yum strudel harini, love that postcard too!!!

  27. A great start to the BM Harini. The strudel looks divine..

  28. Unknown Says:
  29. Yummy & tempting strudel.

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