It’s easy to make a good old-fashioned apple pie despite perceptions of the complexity. Apple pie can be the finishing touch on a family gathering or holiday dinner without any special equipment. Using a variety of apples can create good flavor, but sticking to one type will keep the pie consistent. Brown sugar and spices highlight the apple. Granny Smith apples are an old favorite, just peel, quarter, and core them to half inch thick slices. Macerate the apples with brown sugar and spice for three hours, and use the time to make the dough. To bake a glass dish works best, and put the top crust on after a few minutes of removing from the fridge so it does not crack. After cooking for xx at 400 degrees for 75 minutes. Best served warm!
- This pie recipe is simple, old-fashioned, and can be completed by doing much of the prep work beforehand.
- Efforts, like using a glass dish and macerating the apples, ensures the perfect pie.
- Green apples add tart flavor and pair nicely with the sweetness of ice cream.
“For me, apple pie is almost always the finishing touch at a family gathering or holiday dinner, which means there’s usually a lot going on in the kitchen already.”
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