Hungarians love rétes, and one of the most popular variety is filled with apples. This is a translation of a recipe submitted to mindmegette.hu by user Mirza. It makes 3 strudels.
2 packs frozen strudel sheets (4 sheets for 1 strudel)
Bread roll crumbs
1.5 kilograms sourish apples
Wash, peel and grate the apples, then divide into three equal portions. Lay a wet kitchen towel on the table and lay one sheet of pastry on it. Pour oil in a small pot, and use a pastry brush to drip oil on the pastry. Lay another sheet of pastry on the first one, and repeat the above steps until you have four sheets on top of each other. Sprinkle the top sheet with some bread roll crumbs. (This is to soak up some of the juice from the apples.) Press out excess juice from apples, then put one portion on the pastry. Sprinkle with sugar (amount depends on sourness of apples used), cinnamon and bread roll crumbs. Use the kitchen towel to roll up the pastry, then fold down ends to prevent them from opening during baking. Use the brush to oil a pan, and bake strudels in very hot oven for 8 to 10 minutes. Let cool, slice and sprinkle with powdered sugar before serving.