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Toaster strudels

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  • Non Veg
Cuisine:
    • 40 mins
    • Serves 6
    • Easy

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    These homemade toaster strudels will remind you of the ones you ate growing up, with the exception that they are way more nutritious and delicious. What’s surprising is that the ingredients are economical and easy to put together, requiring only minimal knowledge of the pantry. This recipe is the nearest approximation to the definition of homemade ‘strudels’. Your kids will immediately fall in love with this delicious breakfast and would demand you to prepare it every other day. They are best eaten warm, so don’t wait for them to cool at room temperature!

    Health benefits

    Since the strudels are rich in sugars, the amount of calories is high when compared to the nutritional value they offer. Since we’re talking jams, the blueberry contains fiber, potassium, vitamin C and has no cholesterol which makes it beneficial to the heart. The combined nutritional value from other ingredients such as eggs and corn make for a healthy meal.

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    How to Make Toaster strudels

    • Preheat the oven to about 400 degrees
    • Line the baking sheet with parchment paper
    • Place a single sheet of puff pastry on a surface drizzled with flour. Cut it into 6 equal sized rectangles.
    • In a small bowl, stir in jam and cornstarch.
    • Spoon 1 ½ of the mixture over the top of 3 rectangles, leaving about ½ inch around the edges uncoated.
    • In a separate bowl, stir in egg with small amount of water.
    • Lightly brush the mixture on the uncoated rums.
    • Repeat the same process with the remaining puff pastry rectangles.
    • Spread egg wash on the tops of each strudel.
    • Bake the strudel in the oven for about 20 minutes or until they are golden brown.
    • Set aside for 20 minutes to cook on a wire rack.
    • To prepare the icing, stir in all ingredients in a small bowl until it is well blended.
    • Add some half and half to thin as needed.
    • Drizzle over the rectangles and enjoy!

    Trivia

    • Strudels first became popular in the 18th century when royal members of the Habsburg Empire incorporated it into their diet.

    June 17th is celebrated as the National Apple Strudel Day.

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