Apple in a dressing gown

Apple in a dressing gown
Quantity Ingredient
150 g Wheat Flour Type 405
0,5 packet Back Powder
1 packet Vanilla Sugar
75 g Quark
3 tbsp Maize Germ Oil
60 g Currants
1 tbsp Rum
30 g Hazelnuts
3 Apple
0,25 packet Vanilla Pudding Powder
1 tbsp Sugar
0,25 l Milk

Apple in a dressing gown tastes best warm from the oven. One can serve apple in a dressing gown either as dessert or as coffee instead of cake. If apple is prepared in a dressing gown for children, skip the rum and soak the currants in orange juice or apple juice. Apple in a dressing gown tastes best with a bitter-sour apple like Boskop or Braeburn. For the dough, place the flour in a mixing bowl and mix with baking powder, a pinch of salt, sugar and vanilla sugar. In another bowl, mix the quark with the milk and corn oil until smooth. Add the flour to the quark mixture and mix into the quark using a wooden spoon. Finally form the quark oil dough into a ball with lightly floured hands. Place the currants in a small bowl and blanch with boiling water. Pour the water away and soak the currants in rum or juice. Chop the hazelnuts roughly with a sharp knife. Preheat oven to 160°. Wash apples, rub dry and remove the core with an apple cutter. Pour the currants into a sieve and collect the rum. Fill apples with currants and hazelnuts. Put aside the remaining currants and hazelnuts for decoration, as shown in the picture above. Roll out the dough to a thickness of approx. 1/2 cm on a lightly floured work surface. Place apples on the dough at a sufficient distance and cut the dough around each apple into a sufficiently large circle so that you can fold the dough over the apples. Cover the apples completely with the dough and press the dough down. The dough can still be moved a little so that gaps can be closed. Place the apple in its dressing gown on a baking sheet lined with baking paper and bake in a preheated oven at 160° for approx. 40 minutes on the middle shelf until golden brown. Meanwhile prepare vanilla sauce. Mix vanilla pudding powder with sugar. Bring 250 ml milk to the boil and stir in vanilla pudding powder with a whisk. Bring the vanilla pudding to the boil again briefly and remove from the heat. Stir the collected rum into the vanilla pudding. Pour the hot vanilla sauce onto a cake plate as a mirror and place an apple in a dressing gown on top of the vanilla sauce. Sprinkle the remaining currants and hazelnuts over the vanilla sauce. The best way to serve an apple in a dressing gown is with a cake fork and small fruit knives or dessert knives.

Servings: 3, Difficulty: 
Preparation time: 20 minutes, Total duration: 45 minutes

All data per serving:
601 kcal
82 g
12 g
24 g

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