Patti's Apple Strudel

This recipe goes way back. My girlfriend Patti gave it to me so I do not know it's original origin. Now that apples are in season, I thought it would be a good time to post this. Unfortunately I can't make this anymore because of the butter, so please enjoy it for us. Talk about quick and a real crowd pleaser. I used to make this to follow my beef stew which is on the gourmet side. Used to have the strudel prepped ahead of time then put it into the oven when the company was eating the beef stew. Serve it hot with vanilla ice cream. My sister Claire makes it when she has her son's hockey team over for dinner. Doesn't get any easier. Good for a child to make with you. You will already have most of the ingredients, just need to pick up apples and ice cream.

7 apples
1 Tablespoon of sugar and cinnamon mix
1 Stick of butter
1 cup of sugar
1 cup of flour
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1 egg

Preheat oven to 350
Use an 8 inch pie plate. Peal and core 4 to 7 apples, cut into somewhat thick slices, sprinkle them with cinnamon mix and put into pie plate.
Melt butter then add sugar, flour, baking powder and egg.
Mix well and spread over apples.
Bake 350 degrees for 45 minutes.

Don't be fussy, just throw the apples in so they are a little over the top of plate, then add the batter, just pour back and forth. You don't have to spread it evenly.

Paula JeannePaula Jeanne



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