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Secret Recipe – The Best Pinzgau Apple Rings

Johanna Rauch makes the best Pinzgau apple rings – at least that is what the guests of her events at the Haflingerhütte in Bramberg claim.

This breeder of Haflinger horses is a convincing hostess of events such as the Christmas market, book readings or children’s birthday parties. Here, of course, her famous dessert is an absolute must! Apples have a great tradition in Pinzgau. In Bramberg, even the schoolchildren are familiarised with the old varieties and are allowed to grow apple trees and look after them during their lessons.

We asked Johanna Rauch about the secret of her apple rings and she revealed her recipe.

Recipe: Apple Rings

This time Johanna uses the Pinzgau Elstar apple, among other varieties that have a slight acidity, such as the local Boskop which are ideal for this dessert. It is important to her that the apples are peeled, but when cutting into thin slices the core with the seeds remains inside, in order to get the as much of the vitamins as possible.

For the batter (for six people) she uses:

  • two types of flour (cake flour and smooth flour, 150-200 g of each)
  • 4 eggs
  • 1/4 litre milk
  • 1 packet vanilla sugar
  • 1/2 packet baking powder
  • 1 tbsp apple flour
  • 125 ml Elderflower sparkling wine

Whisk all of this into a thick batter. Do not separate the eggs. Add the vanilla sugar and baking powder.

Two secrets for an even better taste

The first of her secrets is the tablespoon of Bramberger apple flour (from apple pulp), which is added to the batter. The second secret is the homemade Elderflower sparkling wine which is also stirred into the batter. This ensures that the batter rises and the apple rings taste nice and fluffy. Do not forget on a pinch of salt.

Ultimately, the batter should have a creamy consistency to make it perfect and then the apple slices can be dipped into the batter.

Fill a pan halfway with vegetable oil and heat on the stove. The oil is the perfect temperature when the apple ring floats on top. Johanna Rauch tests one first. Then, the other rings follow and are fried until golden yellow. Serve on a plate and sprinkle with icing sugar.

BON APPETIT!

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