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Tessa Mellinger

von Tessa Mellinger

December 17, 2017


Christmas treat: Baked apple recipe "Alpin Resort Sacher Seefeld - Tirol Art 2.0"

Christmas time is indulgence time. And the season to indulge your palate and soul. The Alpin Resort Sacher Seefeld - Tirol in Seefeld has come up with a very special creation for winter this year: the baked apple recipe "Alpin Resort Sacher Seefeld - Tirol Art 2.0". Because baked apples are simply part of winter - but this recipe is a bit different! Exciting, exciting and above all a taste explosion - and yet so simple to prepare! If you're looking for a dessert to really impress friends and family with: Here it is!

Andreas and Adrian from the kitchen of the 5*****s Resort invented the baked apple recipe especially for us - and they really lived up to their creativity! The baked apple consists of no less than 7 different components. The result is a surprising mix of fruity-fresh, soft-sweet and sugary-cinnamony. Sounds complicated? But it is not! Because all 7 "partial recipes" can be made easily even by less experienced cooks. The ingredients are all available in the supermarket, if you don't already have them at home.


Chefs Andreas and Adrian from the Alpin Resort Sacher Seefeld

All good things come in ... seven!

More than a simple baked apple: this dessert can do more! It consists of a baked baked apple ring, a delicious green apple sorbet, a cinnamon cream, an apricot marzipan cream, granola, vanilla sand and apple chips. Whew! This list sounds long at first - but these are exactly the components that make for a pure flavor explosion! Andreas and Adrian explained to me how to prepare all these delicacies and arrange them nicely - and afterwards I was allowed to try them myself...

The tasting

After we finished whipping up the dessert, it was, "Would you like to taste it?" - "Yaa, please!" was of course my immediate response. That's how curious I was to see how everything tasted. With just the first spoonful, I flew into seventh gourmet heaven - hmmm! Such an indescribable variety of flavors that you simply have to taste it yourself to understand what I'm writing about here. Andreas, Digital Marketing Manager of the Alpin Resort Sacher Seefeld - Tyrol, put it aptly into words: Tasting this dessert is like "playing at the plate." You taste your way from one ingredient to another, trying out what goes best with what. It's an experience! And Andreas from the kitchen talked shop quite nicely: The different textures of the crunchy granola, the frozen sorbets and the soft creams make this experience perfect.


Christmas treat: Baked apple recipe "Alpin Resort Sacher Seefeld - Tirol Art 2.0"


For 4 people

The recipe is also available as a complete download below!

Green apple sorbet

The green apple sorbet provides the fruity-sour kick on the plate. First, water, sugar and glucose are boiled together and then mixed with the other ingredients. The sorbet can then be frozen in an ice cream maker - the sorbet magic is ready!


Green apple sorbet

Cinnamon cream

Cinnamon is simply the ingredient of winter. The cream can be prepared like a pudding. To do this, boil the milk, cinnamon and sugar. Then add the egg yolk and stir with a small shot of milk.Finally, stir cornstarch with the milk and thicken with it. That's it!

Apricot marzipan cream

This cream is surprisingly simple. Take the apricots and (for example, with a blender) make a puree out of them. Then you add the marzipan, stir everything up - and tadaaa!


Cinnamon cream and apricot marzipan cream


Granola is actually known as muesli. But it tastes great with baked apples! To do this, you just have to mix all the ingredients together and put on a baking tray. Then bake the whole thing at 175°C with circulating air for about 12 to 15 minutes. The granola may calmly give small lumps, you can separate them later.



Vanilla sand

The vanilla sand complements the granola quite fabulously. For this you only need the 4 ingredients butter, cane sugar, flour and some vanilla bean, which you mix together. Then bake everything in the oven at 180°C and let it dry for another 3 hours. Ready is the vanilla nut!

Apple chips

A highlight for the eye and the palate: apple chips. Simply cut the apple into very thin slices. Insider tip from Andreas and Adrian: The finest chips are made with the bread machine! Then boil the sugar and water to make a "refining sugar". Then soak the apple slices in this sugar water and then spread them on a baking tray. Finally, dry them in the oven at 60°C for 2 to 3 hours.


Vanilla sand and apple chips

Baked apple rings

They are the heart of the dessert: the baked apple rings. First prepare the dough in which they are finally fried. To do this, stir the egg yolk with the sugar. Then mix the oil and the white wine. Then stir in the flour and salt. Beat the egg whites until they are stiff. Then mix the egg yolk-sugar mixture with the oil-white wine-flour mixture to form a mass. Then carefully fold the egg whites into this mixture. Now peel the apple and cut it into slices. Remove the core. Dip the apple slices into the batter and fry in the oil at 185°C until golden brown. Et voilá - the baked apple rings are ready!


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