Maple, Apple and Pecan Turnovers

Puff Pastry

2  Cups white flour
2  Cups unsalted butter
0.425 of a Cup, slightly less than half Cup of cold water
2  Tbsp. sugar
pinch of salt

In a large bowl, mix the flour with the salt and rub in the butter with your hands.  Not too much, though–you still want clumps of butter. Add the water and work until you have a smooth dough. Add more water if it’s too stiff.  Chill for 30 minutes.

Flour your work surface. Now the trick is to have nice layers of pastry. To do that you just have to roll the dough into a rectangle, about half an inch thick. Fold the left end towards the middle, and then fold the right end on top of it. Rotate the dough a quarter turn, roll again and repeat the folding. Do that 4-5 times. Then chill the dough for another 30 minutes or more.


4  medium apples, sliced
2  Tbsp. butter
1/2  tsp. cinnamon
1/2  Cup maple syrup

Melt the butter in a pan and cook the apples with the cinnamon on medium heat for 7-8 minutes.

Add the maple syrup and simmer for another 2 minutes.
Set aside and leave to cool.

Putting It Together:

You’ll need 1 egg

Pre-heat the oven to 400F.

Roll out your dough to a 1/4″ thick rectangle and then cut into 8 equal squares.

Roll each to about 4″ diameter square.

Fill each with a heaped tablespoon of the filling.

Bring the dough back over and seal with your fingers.

Brush the top with the beaten egg and cut up holes on top.

Put the turnovers on a pan and bake in the oven for 25 minutes, or until crispy.

Make sure to keep the juice that’s left from the apples.

Maple Pecan Caramel:

1  Cup pecans
1  Cup maple syrup
leftover juice from the apples
2  Tbsp. heavy cream

You can choose to chop the pecans a bit if you like.

Toast them in a pan for a couple of minutes then add the maple syrup and juice.

Simmer for 10 minutes.

Leave to cool for a couple of minutes before serving.

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About Delicious Goodies

Love life, the outdoors, photography, reading, cooking, baking, spending time with family. Just a girl next door in what I call paradise - Southern California. By no means a professional cook, I do enjoy cooking, trying new recipes and sharing with others. I hope you enjoy what you find here! I have one Vegan in the family, so we are always making two meals, rather fun, and it allows us to try new ideas. When I was in Middle School I use to help my Grandmother make cookie canisters - every year at Christmas we would make an assortment of cookies, breads, candy and put them in a wrapped canister and give them as gifts. I still enjoy this idea, although haven't done it that much - at least not an assortment of goodies. I think this year will be the year I go back to that idea and see how everyone likes it. Have a wonderful week, and spread kindness everywhere you go!
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