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Apples in batter

Apples in batter


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Ingredients for making apples in batter

For apples:

  1. Apples 400 grams
  2. Pure water 1 liter
  3. Concentrated lemon juice 2-3 tablespoons

Batter and design:

  1. Wheat flour 11 tablespoons
  2. Chicken egg 2 pieces
  3. Apple juice 100 milliliters
  4. Pasteurized whole milk 125 milliliters
  5. Pinch of salt
  6. Sugar sand 2 tablespoons
  7. Vegetable oil as needed
  8. Powdered sugar to taste
  • Main Ingredients Eggs, Apple, Milk, Flour
  • Serving 4 servings
  • World CuisinePolish Cuisine

Inventory:

Measuring cup, Tablespoon, Fork, Deep bowl - 2 pieces, Cutting board, Knife, Paper kitchen towels, Whisk, Fine mesh strainer, Deep bowl, Stove, Frying pan, Kitchen spatula, Large flat dish

Cooking apples in batter:

Step 1: prepare the apples.


First of all, pour 1 liter of pure water into a deep bowl, add 2 - 3 tablespoons of concentrated lemon juice to it and mix the liquids until a homogeneous consistency. Then we take 400 grams of apples and wash them under cold running water from dust and any other contaminants. We dry the fruits with paper kitchen towels from excess moisture and carefully, with a kitchen knife, cut a thin layer of peel from apples. After we alternately cut out a core with stones from each apple.

Dip apples in lemon water so that they do not darken.

Then we put them on a cutting board and cut into rings with an approximate thickness of 1 - 1.5 centimeters.

Again we send the apple rings to the lemon water and proceed to the next step.

Step 2: prepare the batter.


We beat 2 eggshell eggs into a deep bowl and beat them with a whisk for 2 to 3 minutes until splendid. Then in the same container we put 2 tablespoons of granulated sugar, a pinch of salt, pour 100 milliliters of apple juice, 125 milliliters of whole pasteurized milk and re-mix with a whisk until the grains of sugar and salt crystals are completely dissolved. Then, in the resulting mixture, sift through a sieve with a fine mesh 8 tablespoons of flour and knead the batter, in texture it should resemble a batter for fritters. Pour the remaining 3 tablespoons of flour into a deep bowl.

Step 3: fry the apples in batter.


Now turn on the stove to a medium level and pour 3 to 4 tablespoons of vegetable oil into it. When the fat warms up, with the help of a fork we take out an apple ring from lemon water, dip it in flour, then in batter and carefully place it in a pan with oil. We also act with another 2 - 3 apple rings; in total, no more than 5 - 6 round balls will fit in the pan.

They fry pretty quickly, 2 - 3 minutes on each side, so we closely monitor the process and periodically, using a kitchen spatula, turn the rings from one side to the other for uniform frying. When they are browned and covered with a beautiful golden crust, we transfer the apple rings to a paper kitchen towel.

We give the paper the opportunity to absorb the excess fat, and in the meantime we add a little oil to the pan and send the next batch of rings into it. When all the apples in batter are ready, put them on a large flat dish, sprinkle with powdered sugar to taste and serve to a sweet table.

Step 4: serve the apples in batter.


Apples in batter are served in a warm or chilled form, both of these options have their own zest. Warm apple rings are served with creams, ice cream or warm sugar syrups based on berries or fruits. The cooled rings are more like pancakes, they are sprinkled with powdered sugar and served with sour cream or homemade cream. This yummy is pleasant to relish under a cup of fresh brewed tea in the company of close people. Enjoy it!
Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- Sometimes vanilla sugar or ground cinnamon is added to the batter; these spices give the dessert a pleasant rich aroma.

- Very often, instead of apple juice, white sweet wine or rum is used.

- If you want the batter to be thicker, milk can be replaced with sour cream of medium fat content.

- Instead of vegetable oil, you can use butter, this dish will only benefit by becoming more tender.



Comments:

  1. Arvis

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  2. Moktilar

    Congratulations, what the words ..., brilliant idea

  3. Kamau

    Please, keep to the point.



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