Cooking with Tiggum: Apple Things

The other day I cooked some apple things and they were delicious, so I have decided to share the secret of my success.

  • First, peel and slice some apples. Like, a bunch of apples.
  • Put the slices in a saucepan and add some water. I put in a lot of water, but you could probably use less. Who knows? Apples are a mystery to me.
  • Put the saucepan on the stove and cook the apples until they're cooked.
  • Chuck a bunch of sultanas in there and mix it up good.
  • Get out the pastry and put it on a tray.
  • Drain the extra water off the apples and sultanas and then put the mixture on the pastry.
  • Put some cinnamon on top of the apple stuff.
  • Mix up an egg with a bit of water, as instructed by the pastry packaging.
  • Wait for the pastry  to thaw enough to fold.
  • Fold the pastry and coat it with a bunch of egg-water.
  • Turn the oven on to "hot" and wait for it to get hot. You should have done this bit ages ago, but who can ever remember to preheat an oven? 
  • Put the tray in the oven and leave it in there a while, until it looks like it's cooked.

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