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Homemade Strudel Recipes: Raspberry Strudel with Vanilla Custard
My homemade raspberry strudel with vanilla custard is possibly the most delicious strudel recipe you’ve ever baked at home. View the recipe and video below!
➡️ Searching for homemade raspberry strudel recipes? Don’t look further because on this page you’ll find out how to make raspberry vanilla strudel from scratch. So, prepare to embark on a culinary journey that promises the sweetest of rewards as we delve into the tantalizing world of Raspberry Strudel with Vanilla Custard. This delightful dessert is a testament to the magic that unfolds when buttery, flaky pastry meets the vibrant allure of fresh raspberries, all generously accompanied by the velvety richness of vanilla custard.
➡️ In this blog, we’ll unveil the secrets behind crafting this beloved treat. From selecting the ripest raspberries to mastering the art of working with delicate pastry, we’ll guide you through each step, ensuring that your kitchen is filled with the enchanting aromas and flavors of this exquisite dessert.
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Homemade Raspberry Strudel from Scratch
➡️ Whether you’re a seasoned baker looking to add to your repertoire or simply someone with a sweet tooth eager to explore new horizons, this Raspberry Strudel with Vanilla Custard promises a culinary experience that’s both visually stunning and irresistibly delicious. Prepare to savor every moment as we celebrate the art of pastry-making and the joy of creating a dessert that captures the essence of sweetness in every bite.
Raspberry Strudel with Vanilla Custard
- 4.25/120 oz/g vanilla pudding powder (3 sachets)
- 7/200 oz/g granulated sugar
- 34/1 fl oz/l cow milk
- 14/400 oz/g phyllo pastry dough (12 sheets)
- 2.5/70 oz/g melted butter
- 9 tbsp semolina
- 16.5/450 oz/g raspberry, fresh or frozen
- 9 tbsp brown sugar
- 1 egg
- some powdered sugar for garnish
- place vanilla pudding powder into a bowl.
- pour the milk into the bowl gradually while stirring the ingredients by hand.
- boil the pudding according to instructions on the package until thick.
- cover the pudding with food foil and wait to cool to room temperature.
- remove the foil and mix the pudding until it's slightly creamy.
- split the pudding into 3 equal parts.
- unpack the phyllo pastry dough and separate it into 3 equal parts (4 sheets each).
- melt the butter and brush 4 sheets one by one while you put them on top of each other, just like in the video.
- place one vanilla pudding part into a stretch along the longer pastry sheet edge.
- sprinkle 3 tbsp of semolina over the pudding.
- place about 1/3 of raspberry over the pudding, press the fruits gently by hand to fix them into the pudding.
- sprinkle 3 tbsp of brown sugar over raspberries.
- bend the sides of the pastry sheets inwards, then roll the sheets together with the fillings as tightly as possible.
- line a tray with baking paper and place the roll on the tray.
- continue identically with the rest of ingredients and make 2 other rolls.
- break the egg, beat it up with a fork, and brush the rolls on top and sides.
- make some notches on the roll tops to allow steam to get out during baking.
- place the tray in the preheated oven at 180 C/320 F and bake the raspberry strudel until slightly golden (about 20-25 minutes.)
- remove the tray from the oven and wait to cool the strudel to room temperature.
- cut the raspberry strudel into pieces of the desired size.
- sprinkle some powdered sugar over strudel pieces before serving (optional.)
Preparation Tips for the Best Results:1. Choose Ripe Raspberries: Opt for ripe, plump raspberries that are bursting with flavor. Ripe raspberries not only contribute to the sweetness of the strudel but also hold their shape better during baking. 2. Thoroughly Drain the Raspberries: After washing the raspberries, make sure to drain them well to remove excess moisture. Excess moisture can make the pastry soggy, so pat them dry gently with paper towels if needed. 3. Layer the Pastry with Care: When working with the pastry layers, handle them gently and avoid overstretching or tearing. It’s crucial to layer the pastry sheets evenly and without gaps to encase the filling securely. 4. Brush with Melted Butter: Before baking, brush the top of the strudel with melted butter. This not only adds a rich, golden-brown color but also enhances the flavor of the pastry. 5. Allow to Cool Before Slicing: After baking, let the Raspberry Strudel cool for a few minutes before slicing. This resting period allows the custard to set and makes slicing cleaner and neater.
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FAQs about the Raspberry Strudel Recipe with Vanilla Custard
Can I use frozen raspberries instead of fresh ones?
While fresh raspberries are recommended for their vibrant flavor and texture, you can use frozen raspberries if needed. Thaw them and drain any excess liquid before using them in the strudel.
What type of custard should I use for this recipe?
You can use homemade custard by preparing it from scratch with ingredients like eggs, milk, sugar, and vanilla. Alternatively, store-bought vanilla custard works well and is a convenient option.
How do I prevent the strudel from becoming too soggy?
To prevent a soggy strudel, make sure the raspberries are well-drained, and pat them dry if necessary. Also, be sure not to overfill the strudel, and handle the pastry gently to avoid tears.
Can I make the strudel in advance and reheat it later?
Yes, you can prepare the raspberry strudel in advance and reheat it in a preheated oven at 350°F (175°C) for about 10-15 minutes until warmed through. This will help restore its crispness.
What can I serve with raspberry strudel to enhance the experience?
Raspberry strudel pairs wonderfully with a dusting of powdered sugar or a dollop of whipped cream. You can also garnish it with fresh raspberries or a drizzle of raspberry sauce for an extra burst of flavor.
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