Trigons with apples

The words circulate through the fair that a housewife must make sheets for the pie at home, not buy them from the store. That’s right, but I prefer to have a pack of pie sheets in the fridge, for when I want to make something good and fast 😉

Today we have apple trees , ideal for those who fast.

Trigons with apples


  • 1 packet of pie sheets
  • ~ 150 ml oil
  • For the filling:
  • ~ 1 kg apples
  • 100-150 g sugar (you can put to taste)
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1-2 tablespoons of starch (depending on how much juice the apples leave)
  • For anointed:
  • 1 tablespoon honey (or sugar)

Preparation Trones with apples:

Peel apples, stalks and seeds. Cut into cubes and place in a saucepan. Add the sugar and put on low heat until the sugar melts and the apples leave their juice. Add the starch and cinnamon and mix well, but carefully, so as not to crush the apples. Set aside on the fire and leave to cool.


If you want you can add raisins or nuts to the filling.

Pie sheets are cut into strips, as wide as you want your trine to come out. Grease each strip with oil, then overlap 3-4. Put a tablespoon of apples on the corner of a strip and fold the strip diagonally.

Trigons with apples

Then fold on the contour of the triangle formed until the strip ends.

Trigons with apples

The formed triangles are placed in a tray lined with baking paper and put in the oven over medium heat (150-160 degrees electric oven with ventilation) until the triangles are browned. The hot trout are greased with honey dissolved in a little warm water.

Good appetite! 😉

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