Recipe: Gebackene Apfelspalten mit Zimtzucker

Fried apples.

Fried apples.

“Baked apple slices with cinnamon sugar,” though the apples are actually fried. We had these on a cold and rainy fall afternoon in Garmisch and they warmed us up. Serve warm with either vanilla ice cream or warm custard.

1 pouch Knorr Sweety Kaiserschmarrn without raisins*
3 apples (about 130g/4.6 oz)
30g (1.1 oz) plain flour
0.3L (about 1 1/2C) Mazola corn oil (for frying)
20g (.71 oz) icing sugar
1 pinch cinnamon

1. Combine the kaiserscharrn mix with 1/4 L (about 1 C) cold water, stir in a bowl to form a smooth dough.

2. Peel, core, and slice the apples into rings. Dredge the slices in flour and dip into the kaiserscharrn dough.

3. Heat the oil in a pan and fry the apple rings until golden brown. Lift from pan, drain, and sprinkle with icing sugar and cinnamon.

*Kaiserschmarrn translates to pancakes, though they are thicker and cakier than what Americans call pancakes. Here is a recipe for kaiserschmarrn: this recipe makes enough batter to fry a dozen apples.

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