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I love strudel and its been years since I had any. Now I am hungry for it so looking for some strudel recipes to indulge in.

I also love apricot strudel, so I am thinking it can replace apples or was there anything else I had to do to it?

This one I found I will have to try, but is it anything close to the original strudels?
http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/german-apple-strudel

Hoping you all will share your secret recipes. :)
 

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If you dont want to go through the hassle of the dough try some store bought puffed pastry sheets; use the same filling--plus or minus the raisins. My grandmother didnt use them so, although I like them in french apple pie...

and i would definitely use a powdered sugar, vanilla, milk 'icing' on top...yum
 

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I had to type in made from scratch to get anything useful on a search.

Found this one which shows how to make it from scratch. Something I wanted to be able to do after shtf and its not a lot of ingredients. I have everything on hand so this is a great recipe. Hoping its as close to the old original recipes as possible.

http://celiacooks.blogspot.com/2009/05/may-daring-baker-apple-strudel-from.html?m=1

If its not, let me know.

Thanks francessanne, hopefully you can give your grandmas recipe?
 

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Apple Strudel coffee Cake:
Had nothing for breakfast last weekend. Came home from the family vacation and the cupboard was bare of convenience foods. Had a can of apple pie filling with an expiration date of 6/2011, butter, Bisquik, cinnamon, brown sugar, and a qt of UHT milk.

Non-stick spray

Brown sugar = sugar and molasses

all amounts approximate (I eyeballed everything except 1/2 stick of butter)

1.5 C Bisquik
1/2 stick butter, softened
3/4 C milk
1 C brown sugar
2 T cinnamon

Bottom: a 1/4C of Bisquik in a small bowl, add cinnamon and brown sugar, mix well, and pour into bottom of an oven safe pan.

Add apple pie filling on top of this.

Batter:Mix bisquik, milk, and add a little brown sugar and cinnamon. Pour on top of apple pie filling.

Topping: take a couple tablespoons of dry bisquik, add brown sugar, cinnamon, and butter. Use a fork to cream into a partially dry, crumbly mixture. Sprinkle clumps of this mixture on top.

Bake in a 375 oven for ~45 mins. Test with fork.
 

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I had to type in made from scratch to get anything useful on a search.

Found this one which shows how to make it from scratch. Something I wanted to be able to do after shtf and its not a lot of ingredients. I have everything on hand so this is a great recipe. Hoping its as close to the old original recipes as possible.

http://celiacooks.blogspot.com/2009/05/may-daring-baker-apple-strudel-from.html?m=1

If its not, let me know.

Thanks francessanne, hopefully you can give your grandmas recipe?

sorry u.s.--grandma died a long time ago,,,,but i do wish i would have learned from her.
 
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