Recipe by kunes5
"Delicious! Always get 'ummm!' responses when I serve this. The Danish has apple filling and is topped with a browned butter glaze."
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packed brown sugar
1 1/2 teaspoons
butter at room temperature
2 1/2 cups
apples - peeled, cored, and chopped
packed brown sugar
1 1/2 tablespoons
Very nice. I used regular yeast and desolved it in the warm water with a little sugar. A little grated lemon rind ads a nice flavor to the dough. If the apples are very sweet I would use less sugar for the filling. Mine turned out a bit too sweet. Also leave the apples a little on the crispy side. Next time I would add some chopped almonds. The glaze is fantastic and an absolute must. I hope I have some left over for tomorrow morning because my husband is sampling again and again.
I made this without the glaze, in attempt to decrease the sugar content, and it was basically an apple stromboli. Either make the glaze or look for a crust that is more pastry-ish.
I thought this turned out excellently! I was a bit scared because I didn't see it rising much, but then I'm pretty new to breadmaking and I take it this type of pastry isn't intended to have the dramatic rising effect of most bread. The term "doubled in size" baffles me, however as every bread recipe uses this measure and it apparently means vastly different things to different breads.
But it was excellent. The filling was DELICIOUS! Definitely a keeper.
This was an easy recipe to make, and so yummy!! I did not make the glaze, but did the following instead. I mixed two tablespoons of milk with a teaspoon of vanilla flavor and a table spoon of warm honey, and brushed it on top for the golden brown coloring. I also added walnuts to the filling and a few on top for presentation. Definitely a keeper!!
I can't believe how few ratings there are on this recipe. I love it. Love, love it. This is going to be my go to recipe for sweet bread.
I do think that the baking temp/time is a little bit off and recommend baking a little bit longer at a lower temperature (depending on your oven).
Oh my GOODNESS! This was such a special treat, we loved it! I will definitely make this again for sure! Awesome recipe!
This is delicious. Followed to the tee except for the glaze. I adjusted milk to 1/2 a cup to make and brush it over the dough after baking. Creates a shiny, flavorful glaze without the heavy icing taste, which isn't a flaw of this recipe but personal taste. Beautiful presentation. Rave reviews. Will make this often!
This is an easy delicious way to get danish. I've made it with apple filling and cheese filling both were delicious. My next filling for this dough is going to be raspberry.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 95
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