Thursday, September 6, 2012

Early September



Here's a few shots of what we did over my birthday on Saturday and a simple turnover recipe.


Store bought puff pastry

Brie cheese

Apple, cubed and cooked on the stove with some sugar until softened, set aside and cooled.

1 egg, whisked

2 Tbsp coarse sugar

Set the oven to 375 F

Remove the thawed dough from the fridge (thaw ahead of time by placing in the fridge overnight from the freezer)

Roll out and cut into squares.

Add a piece of brie cheese and a tsp of apple filling, fold over and seal.

Use a fork to press around the edges and poke holes in the top.

Work quickly so that the dough does not warm up, it should stay cool and place the already filled ones on a sheet pan and into the fridge if you're still working on the rest.

Brush with beaten egg and sprinkle sugar over top.

Bake for 12 minutes or so or until they are puffed and golden, you can broil them briefly.















1 comment:

Lisa Ghenne said...

Just found your blog via Pinterest and I have to say, it's beautiful. I love the photos and your style. I read your complete profile and was amazed at all the places you have lived and how food from around the world has influenced your cooking and baking. I'll be back again and again!

Hope you can come visit me too at:
http://thecuttingedgeofordinary.blogspot.com/

Lisa