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When I took a Pastry Class at the San Francisco Baking Institute we learned how to make Blitz Puff Pastry, also known as Quick or Rough Puff. This puff pastry is easier to make then the classic (traditional) puff pastry, yet I found the results are very similar. Once you master the technique of Puff Pastry, there are so many things you can make with it, both sweet and savory. 

One delicious idea is these Apple Turnovers. Triangles of puff pastry are wrapped around cinnamon laced chunks of apple. My preference is to use Homemade Blitz Puff Pastry to make these turnovers. And there is a recipe and video on the site on how to make it. However, you can use store bought. If buying the frozen puff pastry that comes in a 17 ounce (482 grams) box containing two sheets of frozen puff, simply defrost one sheet of the puff pastry overnight in the refrigerator. Also, this recipe makes 6 Apple Turnovers but you could double the recipe if you want to make 12 Apple Turnovers.

If you're using Homemade Puff Pastry you can freeze the unbaked Turnovers. Once assembled, place the unbaked Turnovers on a parchment paper lined baking sheet in a single layer. Freeze. Then place the turnovers in an airtight container or freezer bag. You can bake the Turnovers frozen, they will just take a few minutes longer to bake.

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