I made air fryer apple turnovers using simple pastry recipe trick
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I made air fryer apple turnovers using simple pastry recipe trick

Apr 05, 2023

They take seven minutes to cook on 200C and you'll need just a handful of basic ingredients

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There's nothing quite like treating yourself to a freshly baked pastry. May it be from the counter at your local supermarket or from a traditional bakers, the warm delights are one of life's simple pleasures.

I am partial to an apple turnover, but I am also a fan of Danish pastries, so when I found a recipe combining the two bakes, I just had to try it. Light and crispy on the outside, and sticky and sweet on the inside, these CakeOnTheRun fruit goodies are an absolute dream.

What's more, they are super simple and quick to make. They can be cooked in an air fryer in seven minutes or an oven in 15, and require just a handful of basic ingredients.

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To make them, you'll need a pack of ready rolled puff pastry, available in the chilled section in most supermarkets. This saves you having to make your own pastry.

You'll also need an apple of your choice, plus custard and cinnamon and sugar to sprinkle on top. Many ready rolled pastry sheets such as from the brand Jus-Rol are vegan friendly as they are made with vegetable oil instead of butter.

Some supermarkets such as Tesco also stock gluten-free pastry too, making this snack suitable for people who avoid wheat.



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