Apple Stuffed Pancakes

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Apple Stuffed Pancakes

These apple stuffed pancakes of Arabic origin attracted my attention first of all with their shape, then with the simplicity of the ingredients and the banal preparation. In the end they conquered us all, the fragrant apple filling and the delicious coating became a perfect and beautiful combination.

Of course you can try them with another filling, I only hardened 2 apples and I didn't have enough, I made the last 4-5 pancakes with diced bananas, but still the ones with apples were the star.


Warm water
125 ml
Active dry yeast
0.5 tsp
or 10g fresh
250 ml
White flour
150 g
Baking powder
1 tsp
4 tbsp
5 pieces
20 g

Step by step


Hot water mix with yeast and 1 tablespoon of sugar, leave for 5 minutes.


In a bowl pour the milk, yeast mixture and flour mixed with baking powder.


Mix well with a whisk so that they are not lumpy and leave to rest for 20 minutes.


In a frying pan or pan, harden the diced apples with the butter and the 3 tablespoons of sugar, until they soften and have no more juice. The amount of sugar is adjusted to taste.


Heat a frying pan well, grease it a little with the oil brush. Grease only the first pancake, I still did not apply oil.

Pour the dough with a larger spoon or a smaller half polish. After the first molded pancake, you will realize exactly how much you need, to have medium-sized pancakes, not giant, but not too small.

The ideal diameter would be 7-8cm.


Make a medium-low heat and notice how the surface of the pancake starts to stick.

When there is no liquid at all on the surface, it is ready.

Bake only on one side!


Move it with the spatula from the pan to a plate.

Pour another pancake into the pan and until it bakes we will assemble it with the first one.


So, we put about a tablespoon of filling on the hot pancake.


Press the edges to one side, about halfway up the circle.

Grasp them well and press the entire length, notice that it sticks very easily.


I brought the opposite edge in the middle and the other 2 sides of the triangle were formed, seen in the picture.

Glue them well, pressing the edges with your fingers.


We get a beautiful triangle. The first ones may not be perfect, but you will get caught after the 2-3rd pancake :)


Arrange the pancakes thus formed on an oven tray.


When you have finished making all the pancakes, place the tray in a preheated oven at 200 degrees for 10 minutes.

You will notice after removing them that they are a little firmer and crispier on the outside. Initially I thought of not putting them in the oven - but know that they have such a charm, crispy on the outside, soft and fragrant on the inside.

In addition, they are very easy to eat with your hands, they keep their shape well after baking.


You can serve them so simple, beautifully arranged on a plate.


Or garnished with a little powdered sugar, they are delicious anyway.

Good appetite!

Quantity: 15 pieces
Prep time: 30 min
Difficulty: easy
Ready in: 30 min
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