By Tad Mitchell
December 24, 2016
Apple strudel is an essential in France's family's Christmas tradition. This version is the quick version--a pastry crust instead of the normal crust. The traditional crust involves stretching dough across an entire kitchen table and then rolling it up.
1Roll dough into a rectangle, about 1/8 inch thick.
2Lightly butter dough with melted butter.
3Cover the entire dough with a light layer of breadcrumbs.
4Cover the entire dough with apples.
5Crumble brown sugar on top.
6Cover with another layer of breadcrumbs.
7Sprinkle with nuts and raisins.
8Roll gently like a jelly roll. Seal the seam. Delicately place on greased cookie sheet. Cover with egg wash.
9Bake at 375° for 45-60 minutes.