Apple Turnover with Lemon Drizzle Iicing

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Apple Turnover

An Apple Turnover is my cake or sweet of choice in a Scottish bakery almost every time

Back in the day, in Scotland I remember Mr Tartan Tastes bringing them home from a Bakers and we would enjoy the delicious fluffy, sweet Turnovers with a hot cup of tea…. Ahhh

It’s something I miss from home immensely

So I just had to make these this week, to curb my cravings for something sweet, sticky and finger licking good

To make Apple Turnovers

You will need

1 sheet of frozen puff pastry
4 small granny smith apples (peeled, cored, and chopped)
5 tbsp sugar
2 tbsp water

1 beaten egg for brushing
For the Drizzle
Powdered sugar
A little water to make a paste
A few drops of lemon food flavouring
Yellow food colouring

Puff pastry & Apples

Makes 4

  • Place chopped apples, sugar and water in a medium pot and bring to boil to melt the sugar
Apple Filling

  • Simmer well until water has evaporated and apples are soft and fluffy (about10-15 minutes) 
Apple Filling

  • Take off heat and lay to the side to cool
  • Make the lemon icing by putting powdered sugar in a bowl, add a little water until a thick paste is made, add the yellow colour and the lemon flavour, place in fridge until ready to use

  • Cut defrosted sheet of pastry into 4 squares
Puff Squares

  • Scoop an equal amount of the cooled apple filling onto each square
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  • Fold each square, corner to corner, using egg to seal the seams, press down seams to seal
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  • Brush each Turnover with egg, cut a slit on top for air to escape, then sprinkle with sugar
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  • Bake for 12 minutes on the middle rack at 420F/215C
  • Once baked and golden, leave on a wire rack to cool
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  • Once cooled completely, drizzle the lemon icing over the top of each turnover using a piping bag 
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Enjoy, my Tartan Taster’s

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