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Best Apple Pie
7 Cups Of Peeled Sliced Green Apples
2 Tablespoons Of Fresh Squeezed Lemon Juice
1 Cup Of C&H White Sugar
2 1/4 Cup White All Purpose Baking Flour
1 Teaspoon Of Fresh Ground Cinnamon
1/4 Teaspoon Of Fresh Ground Nutmeg
2 Tablespoons Of Salted Real Butter
1 Large Fresh Egg Yolk
5 Tablespoon Of Cold Bottled Water
1 Teaspoon Of Fine Ground Table Salt
3/4 Cup Of Vegetable Shortening
Serving Size 8
376 Calories Per Serving
12 Grams Of Fat
For the first step in this best apple pie recipe, you will need to take out a large mixing bowl. Add into the mixing bowl two cups of the white all purpose baking flour, the salt, and the vegetable shortening. Stir these ingredients together while gradually adding in four tablespoons of cold water, until a pie crust dough begins to form. Once your dough is ready, place it in the refrigerator to chill for half an hour. Once the dough has chilled, roll half of it on a floured surface until a flat ten inch circle has formed. Place this dough disk into a nine inch pie pan. Moving along, next take out a sealable mixing bowl, and add in the peeled sliced green apples and lemon juice. Toss these ingredients until the apples are evenly coated with the juice. Next add in the white sugar, the remaining quarter cup of all purpose baking flour, ground cinnamon, and ground nutmeg. Stir these ingredient together until they are all evenly mixed together, then pour them into the pie crust. Next add small clumps of butter into the mixture. Finally you can roll out the last pie crust disk, then place it over the top of the pie pan. Don't forget to make cuts in the top of the crust, and flute the edges of the dough. Next beat the egg yolk, and brush it over the top of the sealed pie. You are now ready to bake the dessert at 425 degrees Fahrenheit or 220 degrees Celsius for fifteen minutes. Next reduce the heat to 350 degrees Fahrenheit, or 175 degrees Celsius, and let the apple pie bake for forty minutes, or until the crust is nice and golden, and the pie filling begins to slightly bubble.
Dutch Apple Pie
3 Cups Of Peeled Sliced Green Apples
2 Cups Of White All Purpose Baking Flour
1 Cup Of Firmly Packed Dark Brown Sugar
1 Teaspoon Of Liquid Vanilla Extract
3/4 Cup Of Melted Real Salted Butter
3 Tablespoons Of Argo Pure Cornstarch
1/2 Cup Of Quaker Quick Oats
2/3 Cup Of White Superfine Sugar
1 1/4 Cups Of Bottled Water
1 Teaspoon Of McCormick Apple Pie Spice
Serving Size 6
298 Calories Per Serving
8 Grams Of Fat
I would like to personally thank Laura of Olympia Washington for submitting this wonderful Dutch apple pie recipe. First you will need to take out mixing bowl, and then add in the white all purpose flour, dark brown sugar, real salted butter, and Quaker quick oats. Stir these ingredients together thoroughly, then set aside one cup of the mixture for a pie topping. Next press the rest of the mixture into a large pie plate, then set it aside. Moving along to the apple pie filling, take out another mixing bowl and add in the white superfine sugar, cornstarch, and bottled water. Stir these ingredients together, then pour them into a medium size saucepan. Cook the contents over medium high heat, bringing them to a full rolling boil. Let the pie filling cook at this temperature for about one minute, or until the filling starts to thicken. At this point you will want to remove the saucepan from the stove, then stir in the apples, vanilla extract, and apple pie spice. Once this delicious mixture has been evenly stirred together, pour it into the pie plate, and then top it off with the one cup of pie crust you set aside earlier. Once your apple pie is ready to bake, set your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit, or 175 degrees Celsius. Cook the pie for forty to forty five minutes, or until the pie crust is golden brown. That concludes this yummy recipe, please don't forget to browse around our website some more, as we have tons of other apple pie recipes to choose from.
Apple Pie Crust
3 Cups Of White All Purpose Baking Flour
3 Tablespoons Of C&H Superfine White Sugar
1/3 Cup Of Fresh Ice Water
1 Cup Of Cold Salted Real Butter
Serving Size 16
200 Calories Per Serving
12 Grams Of Fat
The first step in this apple pie crust recipe, is you will need to take out a large mixing bowl. Next add into the bowl the white all purpose baking flour and superfine white sugar, then mix these ingredients together using an electric mixer. Next cut your cold unsalted real butter into tablespoon size pieces. Drop the butter pieces into the flour and sugar mixture, then use a paddle beater to mix the flour and butter together. Next turn on your electric mixer to low speed, and begin stirring in the cold ice water. Blend all of your ingredients together until the dough begins to clump, then immediately stop mixing. Moving along, next you will want to knead the pie crust dough into a ball. Lastly you will want to divide it into two parts, then flatten each piece into a disk like shape. Once you are done there, slide both of the pie crust pieces into the refrigerator to chill for roughly half an hour before you begin the rolling process. This pie crust can be used for apple pie, blueberry pie, rhubarb pie, meat pie, chicken pot pie, and many others. We hope you enjoyed the recipe.
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