Apple Strudel Calories & Nutrition Values
If you ever had any problem to fead you kid/s apple to keep them off doctor's office as they say. Apple Strudel are a good source of energy. Apple has its own extraordinary benefits which combines with raisins and the dough itself. Of course we are talking about freshly made dough and homemade apple strudel. 3.5 oz (100g) Apple strudel has 282 calories, 28 percent fat and 23 percent saturated fat. It has no trans fat. Apple strudel are low in cholesterol and very low in sodium. It contains more than 3 percent proteins, 5 percent calcium, 3 percent vitamin C and 7 percent iron.Read More
"YUMMY POTATO" 2 Sweet Potatoes 1 Tbsp Unsalted Butter 1 Tbsp Olive Oil 1/4 Tsp Ground Cinnamon Salt PREPARATIONS: 1- Cross cut the potatoes half way through. DIRECTIONS: 1- Heat butter over medium heat in a small pot until melted. 2- Turn off the heat, add olive oil and ground cinnamon. Stir until well mixed. 3- Take a bakeware and cover with aluminum foil, and transfer the potatoes to the pot. 4- Pour the butter mixture on top of the potatoes, use a brush to spread the butter over the potatoes evenly. 5- Add salt as much as you prefer, cover and seal the pot with aluminum foil. 6- Preheat oven to 350 F (176 C), bake the potatoes for 90 minutes.Read More
BOW TIE PASTRY
"Shirini e Papioni"
1/2 lb (226 g) Puff Pastry Dough
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- 1/4 Cup Sugar Powder
- All-Purpose Flour
1-Roll the doug into 2 x 1 ft rectangle thin sheet.
2- Cut into smaller 1 x 2 inches (2.5 x 5 cm).
3- Twist the slices from the center (as shown in the video)
4- Place the batter into a floured cookware.
5- Preheat the oven to 350º F (176º C) and bake for 20 or until golden.
6- let the cookies cool down
7- Dust the cookies with sugar powder to cover the surface.
8- Shake the cookies to rid of excessive sugar powder.
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