Apple pie does not just exemplify a genuine American dish, it is a part of tradition itself; each portion symbolizes a sentiment of a genuine American heart. The nationalistic adage “As American as apple pie” appears to be a shortened expression for “As American as motherhood and apple pie”. A seven-worded adage which can be more than enough to illustrate American way of life and the significance of motherhood for each American.
This good ol’ fashioned apple pie recipe has been around American way of life since the past. Relive the true American spirit through this wonderfully coventional apple pie and then discover a precious time by just tasting the delightful flavors in this pie!
This apple pie recipe consists of wonderful ingredients. The taste of butter creates a unique flavor to the pie, the brown and white sugar blended in proportion that results in a perfect sweetened flavor, the flour adds to your pie’s volume as well as structure, its crunchy crust adds a marvelous pastry flavor, also, the fresh apples completes its excellent flavors. This unique recipe is especially made during autumn or fall when the leaves turn brilliant and when the air is getting cold.
Ingredients: cup unsalted butter, 1 recipe pastry for a 9 inch double crust pie, cup water, 3 tablespoons all-purpose flour, cup packed brown sugar, cup white sugar, eight medium Granny Smith apples (peeled, cored, and sliced),
Procedure Preheat the oven to 425 F. In a medium-sized soup pot, thaw the butter and then add in flour right until mixture becomes paste-like. Pour in water, as well as brown and white sugar. Simmer and then bring to a boil. Lower heat right after mixture boils.
Put in place the bottom pie crust in your pan and stuff with chopped apples with an intentional pile. Cover with lattice work pie crust.
Gradually pour out sugar as well as butter mixture on top of the pie crust. Transfer cautiously to make sure the mixture doesn’t slide off. Place in the oven and then bake for 15-18 minutes, lower temperature to 350 Fahrenheit after doing that. Continue baking for 40-45 minutes right until apples are soft but not saturated and crust becomes golden brown. Pull off from the oven and give it time to sit for a short while for cooling. Slice into individual servings and then you could add more whip cream to finish. Serve and indulge!
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