Recipe: Appetizing Daddy's apple pie

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Daddy's apple pie. Chop the apples into bite-sized pieces and place in a large bowl. In a separate bowl, mix sugar, corn starch, ground nutmeg, ground cinnamon and salt together. Pour over the apples and mix well.

Daddy's apple pie Apple's will be stacked very high because they will cook down! In a large bowl, mix together the apples, sugars, flour, cinnamon, vanilla, salt, nutmeg and lemon. Add the mixture to the prepared baking dish. You can have Daddy's apple pie using 5 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you achieve that.

Ingredients of Daddy's apple pie

  1. You need 2 of deep dish pie crust- I preferred the Pillsbury crust in a box.
  2. Prepare 6 of large gala apples sliced up.
  3. Prepare 1 cup of sugar mixed with 1/2 tsp cinnamon.
  4. Prepare 2 Tbs of water.
  5. It’s of about 8 pats of butter.

Add all the topping ingredients to a medium bowl and. At that, he let out a little laugh and told her she's actually the "Apple of his eye," but she could be "his little Apple Pie too," if she wants. It's one of those things you hate to correct because it's so darn cute! Speaking of cute, A'Dell agreed to make daddy's lunch pack last night, and he sure got an extra special sandwich.

Daddy's apple pie step by step

  1. In one pie shell add apples. Apple's will be stacked very high because they will cook down!.
  2. On top of apples add water,.
  3. Sprinkle all but 1tsp sugar-cinnamon mix on top. If you prefer you can add more cinnamon, but not too much!.
  4. Take 5 pat of butter all around the top of the apples.
  5. Carefully flip 2nd crust on top. Connect by pinching around the edges.
  6. Take 3 pats butter and spread all over crust.
  7. Sprinkle with tsp sugar-cinnamon mix.
  8. Preheat oven 375 degrees. Set pie on top on cookie sheet. Make 3 small slits on pie crust. Bake for 1 hour or until golden brown.
  9. Let it set for about an hour (if you can!) and the juice will naturally get thick!.

Daddy made some great barbecue when we killed hogs. He also liked to make Potato Candy, and of course he often made these Fried Apple Hand Pies. He called them Apple Jacks, or Applejacks. Not to be confused with the cereal you'll find in the grocery store however. Become A Member of "Cooking With The Blues" The point is that this is a small twist on traditional apple pie, so no cinnamon (or nutmeg or cloves or raisins etc.).

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