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Upside-Down Apple Tart

Upside-Down Apple Tart recipe
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With its caramelized apples and golden crust, this just might be the most beautiful fall dessert you'll ever serve. And, you have our word that it'll also be one of the ea...read more
time
prep:
10 min
total:
38 min
servings
total:
10 servings, one slice each
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posted:
9/25/2006
This recipe was great. I used an apple peeler/slicer/corer machine rather than hand slicing the apples. I think they came out too thin. Next time I will peel and cut by hand. The flavor was just great and it was so simple. Definately will make again
posted:
9/23/2006
I had a Dinner Party a week ago and this was the dessert I chose. It was a HUGE hit, even to those that normally don't eat apple desserts. I myself am an Apple Pie fan and it is so EASY and QUICK! I'm making it right now for my parents, this will be my third time. I can't wait for my next issue of food & family! THANKS!
posted:
9/23/2006
You know I wasnt a big fan of this one. The apples were mushy and the lemon flavor gave it an extremly sour taste. The recipe needs sugar! With all the other apple recipes out there I have no problem throwing this one out.
posted:
9/23/2006
This recipe worked very well for me. I used medium low on an electric stove, and everything went well. I made it for a church social, and had to serve it cold, but it was excellent. I have made this several times.
posted:
9/23/2006
I also had problems with melting the jello. I cooked it much longer than the recipe called for. The apples got very mushy as well, but my husband loved the taste. I will make it again, but I won't cook it so long this time.
posted:
9/22/2006
I made this twice in one day. Both times were a flop!! Lots of waste. Cook this on very low heat. I started on med and ended up with burnt jello and butter... the second time around was a bit better until it came out of the oven and was flipped onto the plate, juice went everywhere and was not fun to clean up. The only thing that I can say was good about this is that the apples did have a nice flavor. BIG BUMMER !!
posted:
9/21/2006
The taste was good but the apples were mushy. It was like eating applesauce. Anybody know what I could of done different??
posted:
9/21/2006
I didn't know how the gelatin was supposed to dissolve so I ended up cooking it on the stove top longer than the time specified. I didn't burn it but it got pretty brown. Also, if you layer the apples on the bottom and then just lay the others on top they don't get the gelatin mixture on them. I also added a 1/4C of butter. My work friends ate this up in no time flat. I will make it again soon.
posted:
9/20/2006
What an easy recipe. It has ingredients that you may have around the house this time of year! The lemon jello really surprises you as an ingredients but it tastes delicious !
posted:
9/20/2006
The crust kind of fell apart. The flavor was not applepie-ish.
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