|Apples — 5 pieces|
|Puff pastry — 400 gr|
|Sugar — 3 tbsp|
|Butter — 50 g|
|Lemon — 1 piece|
|Water — 1 st|
|Jam — about 100 g (preferably apple)|
|Powdered sugar — to taste|
Choose apples that will not turn into porridge after baking, but will retain density. As a rule, the variety Renet, Jonathan and Jonagold is suitable. They are elastic, moderately sweet.
How to make Apple roses from puff pastry (buns)
Many years ago, my Grandmother baked extraordinary buns made of yeast dough with apples. One day I decided to repeat the recipe for my children. But because of my busy schedule, I took ready-made puff pastry. And the result surpassed itself. The buns came out so delicious that now it is our invariable Saturday dish. I recommend to try it.
Defrost the finished puff pastry. Yeast is better.
Roll out the dough 0.5 cm thick.
Cut the dough layer into strips 6 cm wide .
Boil water in a saucepan.
Squeeze the juice of half a lemon into boiling water, put butter and pour sugar. Mix well and let it boil for 5 minutes.
Remove the core from the apples and cut into thin half rings.
Put the apples in a saucepan with boiling syrup and turn off the heat. Remove the apples from the syrup.
Lubricate the dough strips with jam (preferably apple). Arrange the apples on the dough strips so that part of the apples peeked out from behind the edge.
Wrap a strip of dough like rolls. It will turn out a very beautiful rose.
Carefully transfer each rose into a cupcake baking dish (pre-dust the mold with flour).
Put the dessert in a preheated oven at 180 degrees. After 30-35 minutes, the buns in the form of roses will be ready. Sprinkle them with powder and serve them to the table.