Analysis Of Apple Pie Recipes

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Apple Pie Recipes The Ultimate Apple Pie Recipe Cookbook Table of Contents Introduction Chapter 1: Apple Pie – A General Overview Chapter 2: Top Tips for the Perfect Apple Pie Chapter 3: Must-try Apple Pie Recipes Conclusion Introduction Apple pie is considered as all-American as dessert gets. Whether you are craving for that classic apple pie recipe or an apple pie with a twist, this cookbook has collected the best apple pie recipes that are sure to satisfy. This book contains proven tips and strategy on how to successfully prepare different versions of the all-American favorite and delicious apple pie. This book also contains comprehensive information on apple pie and how it involved in the American…show more content…
On the other hand, a slice of cheese, such as sharp cheddar cheese is sometimes placed alongside or on top of a slice of apple pie. The English Pudding The English apple pie recipe dates back to the era of Chaucer. In a 1381 apple pie recipe, it listed the ingredients as pears, raisins, figs, good spices and good apples. The recipe’s “cofyn” is a casing of pastry. To add color to the pie’s filling, saffron is used. In English speaking nations, apple pie is considered as the dessert of enduring popularity, consumed cold or hot, on its own or with custard, double cream and ice cream. Early English Apple Pie Recipe without the Sugar Majority of modern apple pie recipes call for at least an ounce of sugar, although the earliest recipes do not. There are 2 potential reasons for this. Sugarcane which was imported from Egypt was not readily available in England during the 14th century. Back then, it costs anything between 1 and 2 shillings per round. This is about US$100 per kilogram in today’s exchange…show more content…
Preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. 2. Mix the salt, shortening and the flour in a medium sized mixing bowl l with the use of bare hands or a pastry blender until the mixture reaches a texture similar to a cornmeal. 3. Sprinkle a tablespoon of ice water over the flour mixture and combine it until the dough is nicely moist. Re-do this step by placing about 8 tablespoons of water until the dough is entirely moist. Keep caution not to over mix. 4. Divide the dough mixture into half and shape it into a ball. Roll each ball into a circle to fit into a 10-inch pie plate. Wrap it around a rolling pin to transfer it to the pie plate. Take caution not to stretch the pastry. Cut it evenly with the edges of the plate. 5. Fill in the pastry lined plate with the prepared apple filling. Be sure to make them lay flat. 6. Slice the butter into small pieces and place on top of the apple filling. 7. Roll the remaining pastry and place it on top of the butter slices. 8. Trim the edges (about 1 inch) to fit the pie plate. If desired, crimp the edges. To allow steam to escape throughout the baking process, cut slits. 9. Place a dash of cinnamon and sugar over the

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