Hot Apple Pie
8 Fresh Skinless Cored Chopped Granny Smith Apples
1 Premade Nine Inch Double Crust Pie Pastry
3 Tablespoons Of White All Purpose Baking Flour
1/2 Cup Of Softened Unsalted Real Butter
1/2 Cup Of Dark Brown Cane Sugar
1/4 Cup Of Cold Bottled Water
1/2 Cup Of White Superfine Sugar
Serving Size 8
525 Calories Per Serving
29 Grams Of Fat
To create this hot apple pie recipe, please preheat your oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit, or 220 degrees Celsius.
Next take out a saucepan and melt your unsalted real butter. Once the butter is fully melted, stir in the white all purpose baking flour until a batter forms. Next add in the cold bottled water, dark brown cane sugar, and white superfine sugar. Stir the contents together until they begin to boil, then back the heat off to low, and let the mixture simmer for an addition five minutes. Moving right along, next take out a pie pan, and then place in it the pastry bottom. With the crust bottom in place, add in your skinless cored chopped Granny Smith apples. Next cover the apple mound with a lattice of pastry crust, and then seal the edges of the pie. You are now ready to evenly pour the still simmering batter over the top of the uncooked pie, making sure that none of it runs off.
You will then want to bake the pie for fifteen minutes, and reduce the heat to 350 degrees Fahrenheit, or 175 degrees Celsius. Cook the pie at the reduced heat for another forty minutes, or until it is golden brown, and the apple filling is moist and tender.
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