Bushwick Kitchen is changing the game when it come to honey... Salted Honey... Yes you read that... Not salted caramel but salted honey! I love honey and will use it in almost anything, from cooking and baking down to my tea and topping on food. But Salted Honey really changes the game. It brings out flavors in foods you did not think could have that kind of flavor. Add it while you are frying up chicken with a bit of lime juice or drizzle it on your toast and I promise you will not regret it!
So I did a few different things with this honey and I wanted to share each one with you.
So for breakfast I love eggs, toast and Sausage. I am not huge jam or jelly fan so I usually opt for honey. Simple Buttered toast drizzled with honey will change your breakfast on so many levels!
In an attempt to eat a bit healthier I opted for a lunch of chicken wrap and greek yogurt, mixed with honey and granola! This is a different spin on plain yogurt. Instead of the normal sugar packet I put in the yogurt, it gives it just the right mix of salty and sweet.
What you will need :
All Purpose Flour
1. Preheat your oven to 425°F
2. spread a thin layer of all purpose flour on a flat surface
3. Lay out your thawed Puff pasty
4. gently blend in the edges where the pastry was folded.
You want one solid piece of pasty.
5. you will then cut slices on each side of the pasty
about 3/4 inch apart. slightly at an angle. this will allow
you to braid your pasty and keep all of the pie filling in.
Be sure you are leaving the center of the pastry uncut.
6. down the center you lay your Apple filling down.
1/2 a can will make one pastry.
7. alternating sides you will braid the pastry.
ex. left right left right one piece at a time.
you will cross one piece at a time.
8. once your braid is complete you will
brush lightly with your egg wash.
9. after you brush with your egg wash you
will sprinkle your pastry with can sugar.
10. bake at 425°F for 10-12 minutes.
you want the pastry to be a golden brown.
Serve While hot and Drizzle with Salted Honey!!
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