Layered Filo Pastry Apple Pie & Custard

You often have filo pastry left in your freezer, so you can use it all up in this recipe.

Recipe By: KitchenCIB (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/94)
Serves 8 Prep: 20 min Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Granny Smith apples 3
Royal Gala apples 3
Granulated sugar 50g
Cinammon powder 1 tbsp
Butter 20g
Custard:
Plain flour 15g
Granulated sugar 30g
Egg 1
Milk 200ml
Soaking liquid for the filo:
Plain flour 15g
Granulated sugar 10g
Egg 1
Milk 200ml
Butter (for baking) 20g

Method

1
Peel the apples and cut into 24 cubes each.
2
Put the butter in a large frying pan and add the butter. Add the apples, 50g of sugar and the cinnamon powder. Cook on a low heat.
3
In the meantime, make the custard in a microwave:
4
Put the sugar and flour into a bowl, whisk well and add the egg and milk. Whisk well again.
5
Put cling film over the bowl and cook in a microwave for 2 and a half minutes. Remove and whisk well again. Place back in the microwave for another 2 and a half minutes and whisk again. The custard is ready.
6
Switch off the gas when the apples are cooked and soft.
7
In another bowl, make the soaking liquid for the filo. Mix the 4 ingredients together and pour into a shallow dish.
8
Fold 2 filo pastry sheets into half and dip into the liquid at Step 7.
9
Place the folded filo sheets onto a chopping board and put the cooked apples and custard at one end. Roll and repeat with the other sheets.
10
Put 10g butter into a large frying pan and fry the rolled filo pastry sheets for 5 minutes on a low-medium heat and keep turning.
11
The apples are already cooked, so you just want to give a good colour to the filo pastry here. Cool down and eat when the inside firms up a bit.

Tips & Note

Because the filo is folded in half and has many layers, don't worry if you miss out a layer or two.

Layered Filo Pastry Apple Pie & Custard

You often have filo pastry left in your freezer, so you can use it all up in this recipe.

Recipe By: KitchenCIB (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/94)

Serves 8

Prep: 20 min

Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Granny Smith apples 3
Royal Gala apples 3
Granulated sugar 50g
Cinammon powder 1 tbsp
Butter 20g
Custard:
Plain flour 15g
Granulated sugar 30g
Egg 1
Milk 200ml
Soaking liquid for the filo:
Plain flour 15g
Granulated sugar 10g
Egg 1
Milk 200ml
Butter (for baking) 20g

Layered Filo Pastry Apple Pie & Custard

Recipe ID :976 Posted on 10 AUG 2015

Serves 8

Prep 20min
Cook 15min
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You often have filo pastry left in your freezer, so you can use it all up in this recipe.

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Method

Prep
20min
Cook
15min
1
Peel the apples and cut into 24 cubes each.
2
Put the butter in a large frying pan and add the butter. Add the apples, 50g of sugar and the cinnamon powder. Cook on a low heat.
3
In the meantime, make the custard in a microwave:
4
Put the sugar and flour into a bowl, whisk well and add the egg and milk. Whisk well again.
5
Put cling film over the bowl and cook in a microwave for 2 and a half minutes. Remove and whisk well again. Place back in the microwave for another 2 and a half minutes and whisk again. The custard is ready.
6
Switch off the gas when the apples are cooked and soft.
7
In another bowl, make the soaking liquid for the filo. Mix the 4 ingredients together and pour into a shallow dish.
8
Fold 2 filo pastry sheets into half and dip into the liquid at Step 7.
9
Place the folded filo sheets onto a chopping board and put the cooked apples and custard at one end. Roll and repeat with the other sheets.
10
Put 10g butter into a large frying pan and fry the rolled filo pastry sheets for 5 minutes on a low-medium heat and keep turning.
11
The apples are already cooked, so you just want to give a good colour to the filo pastry here. Cool down and eat when the inside firms up a bit.

Tips & Note

Because the filo is folded in half and has many layers, don't worry if you miss out a layer or two.

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