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The Perfect Apple Pie

The Perfect Apple Pie recipe
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Looking for the perfect apple pie? Ours has a flaky homemade crust and a pile of tart-sweet spiced apples. Kind of an easy choice, don't you think?
time
prep:
35 min
total:
1 hr 25 min
servings
total:
10 servings
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posted:
12/21/2010
I love this recipe and everyone I serve it to thinks it is the best pie they have ever had. The crust is very flaky and exactly the way a pie crust should be. Everyone thinks it would be too difficult but it is actually quite easy to make this homemade crust.
posted:
12/14/2010
I thought the pie was to die for. it was the first I ever made and my family raved about how good it was. This will deffently be made again.
posted:
11/30/2010
The crust turned out flaky and delicious. Took the advice of the pie crust tips to make a golden, sugary finish on the top and used home-grown apples. Also, added about a 1/2 teaspoon more cornstarch to thicken up the filling. The pie was a big hit with the family! I also used the crust recipe to make a pecan and a sour cream raisin meringue, and it complimented those flavors well.
posted:
6/20/2010
i was wondering why does my pie end up with alot of juicee kinda liquid in the bottom , the pie crust comes out amazing !!
posted:
4/3/2010
This recipe turns out amazing, the crust is always really flaky and delicious. My family loved it the first time I baked it despite the messy look of the crust. I do have a few tips. If you are using regular sized saran wrap, layer 2 pieces on the bottom and 2 on top before you roll it out, so that you can make it large enough. Also I find that 4 large apples is far too much. If you have the pie filled about 3/4 it will be easier to finish the crust. Don't fill it completely full. It also doesn't hurt to add more nutmeg and cinnamon as other people have mentioned. I will definitely make this pie many more times, especially as it is now requested.
posted:
11/21/2009
This is the apple pie recipe that use. I love the flavor, and the easy crust. I love the plastic wrap technique to roll out the crust. It is so easy and clean! I used to be intimidated by the thought of making an apple pie from scratch, but this recipe makes it very doable.
posted:
11/19/2009
I loved this recipe, but my daughter said it taste more like applesauce filling. Any comments???
posted:
11/17/2009
I made this for my father's birthday. My grandmother is always baking. So I thought I would remind him a little bit of home. One word: PERFECTION!!! Served warm and topped with vanilla icecream it is DELICIOUS!! Already I've been asked to make this again!
posted:
11/14/2009
I varied it just a little by doubling the spices asked for (cinnamon & nutmeg) and dotting the filling mixture with butter before baking it. It smelled heavenly when it was baking and my husband, the apple pie expert said I should toss out all my other recipes for apple pie :) Thumbs up on this one.
posted:
10/27/2009
I made this yesterday. The whole time my husband was eating he kept saying, "This is perfect!" He had no idea until I told him later what the name was. It was delicious!
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