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Old 07-03-2013, 08:38 AM   #21
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I made these tonight.

Baked the strudels accidentally at 400 for about 10 mnutes, then cranked the oven to 425. Checked at 20 minutes or so, just starting to brown. At a little over 25 minutes, they were nice and golden with juices bubbling out of the slits.

Taste tested a little but the fruit is still to warm to serve. Guess I will just have to stay up late tonight. Yum. PPO, thanks for sharing this recipe.
Sounds like a very good reason to stay up!

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Old 07-03-2013, 07:00 PM   #22
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I have only just seen this, it looks amazing, thanks for sharing PPT
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I have only just seen this, it looks amazing, thanks for sharing PPT
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Old 08-28-2013, 06:22 PM   #24
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PPO, I made this for our dessert last night and learned something VERY important: phyllo dough is not the same as puff pastry. I've never used either dough so didn't think there was a difference. When I took the roll of dough from it's wrapper I thought "I don't remember PPO saying you had to brush butter on the sheets". Hmm. Made it, it's definitely edible, but the final result can be blamed on operator error. I served it with a liberal amount of ice cream on the side. Next time shopping, I'll look for puff pastry...
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PPO, I made this for our dessert last night and learned something VERY important: phyllo dough is not the same as puff pastry. I've never used either dough so didn't think there was a difference. When I took the roll of dough from it's wrapper I thought "I don't remember PPO saying you had to brush butter on the sheets". Hmm. Made it, it's definitely edible, but the final result can be blamed on operator error. I served it with a liberal amount of ice cream on the side. Next time shopping, I'll look for puff pastry...
Oh no, CG! Shoot, it sounded so yummy....great idea using ice cream.
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PPO, I made this for our dessert last night and learned something VERY important: phyllo dough is not the same as puff pastry. I've never used either dough so didn't think there was a difference. When I took the roll of dough from it's wrapper I thought "I don't remember PPO saying you had to brush butter on the sheets". Hmm. Made it, it's definitely edible, but the final result can be blamed on operator error. I served it with a liberal amount of ice cream on the side. Next time shopping, I'll look for puff pastry...
Thanks for posting your results. I am sure the ice cream helped.

I love things made with phyllo dough but brushing the layers is to much work for me.
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Old 08-29-2013, 03:00 AM   #27
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Butter flavored bakers spray[like Pam] works fairly well on phyllo dough.
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Thanks for posting your results. I am sure the ice cream helped.

I love things made with phyllo dough but brushing the layers is to much work for me.
Ditto here. If I can't adjust the recipe to using puff pastry instead, I look for another recipe. I want to enjoy the end product, not work myself to death making it.
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Thanks for posting your results. I am sure the ice cream helped.

I love things made with phyllo dough but brushing the layers is to much work for me.
Heck PPO, ice cream helps anything! Well, not sure about steak...

I have another roll of phyllo in the freezer since the box comes with two. If I decide to remake this with buttered phyllo I'll let you know how it all turns out. Himself is lobbying for an apple strudel though...his Mom made them a lot.
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