German Apple Strudel

Charles isn’t a dessert lover, but Apple Strudel is the exception. Recently Charles stepped into the kitchen with me and we made this German Apple Strudel.

This German Apple Strudel recipe is made with tender apples, crème fraîche, and raisins wrapped up in a light thin pastry.


– All Purpose Flour – Olive Oil – Salt – Warm Water

First you want to prepare the dough. In a bowl combine the flour, olive oil, salt, water, and egg. Mix and knead the dough until smooth and then let sit.


Next peel and chop the apples. You want to chop the apples into small chunks so that they won't tear the dough as you roll up the strudel. Heat your oven to 350 degrees.


Divide the dough into two equally sized pieces. This recipe makes two apple strudels, so divide the fillings in half and make two strudels!


You want to roll and stretch the dough until it is very thin - so thin you can see through it. I recommend rolling the dough out on a floured surface.


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