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Easy apple pie

Easy apple pie

Apple pie is realy so simple to make these days with frozen pastry available so freely in supermarkets. This is a really fantastic apple pie recipe with a caramel type sauce that cooks the apples. I’s sweet, like apple pie should be aitha nice cinnamon smell that will really mess with your senses.

What you need

500g frozen shortcrust pastry thawed
6 red apples
1/2 cup white sugar
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup water
6 tablespoons soft butter
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
Pinch salt
Pie dish 23 cm

The process

Heat your oven to 220 Celsius

Take the pie dish and line it with a layer of pastry that reaches just over the edges of the pie dish. You should not need to roll it or anything.

Slice your apples into wedge shapes that are about 1cm at the base and fill the pie case.

Make 8 strips of pastry that are about 3 or 4cm wide with what is left over of the pastry and criss cross them over the top leaving spaces in between. Then fold over and squeeze the edges all the way round to seal the edge and join the strips to the edges.

In a pot on a high heat add the water, butter, sugars, salt and cinnamon and bring to the boil and remove from the heat.

Take a serving spoon or ladel and spoon the sauce over the pie, ensuring that the lattice you have created is well doused in the caramel sauce.

Place in the oven for 15 minutes at 220 Celsius then reduce the oven to 160 and bake for another 40 minutes.

Be sure to let it cool completely before cutting, the caramel sauce and apples are seriously hot and if you have ever had a hot sugar burn you will know what I am talking about.

Serve with ice cream are whipped cream and if you love pies, you must try the lemon meringue pie recipe


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6 Responses to “Apple pie”

  1. Sharon says:

    Hi Graham

    Came across this receipe and want to try it. Just a question, can one use tins of apples and the pastry is it the flaky pastry sold in stores.

    thanks
    Sharon

    • Graham says:

      Hi Sharon, it is the shortcrust pastry, there are usually 2 types available, the puff pastry and the shortcrust pastry. Happy Valentines day, 😉 G

  2. Lisa says:

    Graham,
    Silly question … but must I peel the apples first?

  3. barbara says:

    11/10 for this recipe!! Divine Divine divine!! Never used red apples before but the smell of the cooking apples …. mmm. Thanks G. Thorougly recommend this recipe. The best apple pie recipe!

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