Honey Apple Roses by Devorah Kahan | @d.e.v.inefoods

 

Whenever I eat food that is soo good, it makes me happy. Whenever I see food that looks so appealing, and too-pretty-too-eat, it makes me appreciate the work that went into it. These beautiful Honey Apple Roses are delicious, and make the perfect dessert for Rosh Hashana! Your family and friends will be super impressed, but only you and I will know it didn’t even take a long time to prep and make! Shana Tova!

Honey Apple Roses
Yields 6
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Ingredients
  1. 2 big apples ( I used one red and one yellow)
  2. 1/2 lemon
  3. 1 10x15” puff pastry sheet ( I used from Mechels)
  4. honey
  5. cinnamon
  6. powdered sugar (optional
Instructions
  1. Instructions: preheat oven to 375
  2. Peel slightly, core and cut apples thinly. Place in a microwavable bowl, juice half the lemon and pour over apples. Give it a mix, and cook for 1-2 minutes (you want the apples to be soft but not mushy) Lay out puff pastry sheet, it should still be somewhat frozen (you don’t want it fully defrosted otherwise it will be really hard to handle) Cut dough into 3 parts (follow the line where the dough folds) and then cut each part into 2 strips, which is about 2 1/2”. Lay one strip down horizontally, drizzle on the honey and give it a good smear. Then place the apples in a straight line, one overlaying the next on top of the strip. Sprinkle cinnamon on top, and start rolling gently. It should come out to a nice roll, and place gently in a greased lined muffin tin. (Some honey will ooze out so using liners might make cleanup easier!)
  3. Bake for around 40 mins, until its brown and golden on top! Serve warm or room temperature and sprinkle any additional toppings such as powdered sugar, honey, or cinnamon.
Notes
  1. Depending on what type of apple you use, cooking in microwave will vary. The yellow ones I find become much softer quicker
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