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quick apple triangles

Making apple pies (and eating them) is a big part of enjoying fall, after all we need to do something with all the apples we bring back from the orchard! But sometimes, it is just too much time and effort.....

These triangles are fast and easy, they can be a great way out of bringing pie to Thanksgiving! They can also be made with leftover phyllo dough from making Feta triangles,

there seems to be always more dough than filling, so I make the main course and desserts all at one!

It is just phyllo dough, apple, lemon, sugar, cinnamon, a little flour, and butter.
The night before, put the frozen phyllo dough in the fridge for thawing, the most difficult part of this recipe, it requires planning!
Peel and cut apples into small cube (1/4 to 1/2 inch) smaller makes it easier to fold the dough. Sprinkle some lemon juice on the apples (fresh or bottle is fine) In a little bowl, mix 3 parts sugar 1 part flour and a good helping of cinnamon, then add it to the apple, mix well and let it rest f…

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