Pies Recipes

CTF227: How to Bake an Apple Pie

Traditional Apple Pie is just as “easy as pie”! You can use apples, pears, vine peaches, or any combination of the two or three to whip up this pie super quick.

Top/bottom 9 inch crusts
3-4 cups chopped apples

1 cup sugar
1/2 tsp salt
1 TBS cinnamon
1 tsp lemon juice
1 tsp flour
1 TBS butter, cubed
Preheat oven 450F. Bake for 10 minutes. Lower heat to 350F and bake for 30 minutes or until golden brown on edges. It’s a good idea to cover your edges with foil strips or a silicone pie edge cover to prevent burning. I also place a cookie sheet under my pie pan to catch any drips/bubbling over to avoid a mess in my oven.

Original of the video here

Pancakes Recipes
Waffles Recipes
Pies Recipes
Cookies Recipes
Bread Recipes

Back to home page

Video Transcription

[Applause][Music][Music]and[Music]I ain’t teensy from Canterbury Talesfarm today I’m going to show you how Imake an apple pie this is nothing fancyit’s just a traditional apple pie I’vebeen making this for I don’t know all mylife it’s really simple so let’s getstarted first of all you’re gonna needtwo 9-inch pie crusts so usually ifyou’re using a mix one mix will give youthe top and the bottomif you’re buying a premade pie crustusually you’re gonna get two you’regonna get the top in the bottom makingyour own homemade you need to makeenough for a top and a bottom I have mypot bottom I have my bottom pie crustalready in here so you’re gonna need tostart with four cups of chopped applethree cups will work three to four cupsif you don’t have enough apples and youneed to add some cranberries that’s fineor if you have vine peaches if you’vewatched my heels on vine peaches youknow that that’s a fruit stretcher youcould add a couple vine peaches in placeof an apple that would work just greatso three to four cups of chopped appleand I’m gonna need 1 cup of sugar youcan reduce the sugar a little bit if youwill need to to about 3/4 and it willstill be okayyou’re gonna need 1 tablespoon ofcinnamon we’re gonna need 1 teaspoon offlour I’m gonna need 1/2 teaspoon ofsalt we’re gonna mix all oh and we’regonna need a teaspoon of lemon juice andthat’s just to keep the apples fromgetting Brown really and we’re going tomix all that upI need a tablespoon of butter and I’mjust gonna sort of cut this intoand I’m gonna put all of that into ourpie shellyoutop crust on over here used one of thosejiffy mixes today because I had a lotgoing on and I find that they don’t doquite a nine inch you know they say theydo I think they do more of like an eightinch so the furnace registers all rightnow I have a little bit of crust leftI’m not this isn’t done by any chancewhat I’m going to do is we’re going toroll it in a ball and I’m going to goroll it out and I’m gonna make the heartshapes with it people crimp it withtheir fingers but I like to just do thisgo around press the edges together witha fork just push it down and pull outI’m just going to fill those edgesnine up againyeah just enough dough for for artnow I’m going to just do a littleteardrop shape push this little bitsover there really bothering menow I get a little bit of water fewdrops of water under each one of theseit’s gonna make them sort of that onetiny use these they’re like a protectoraround the edges to keep your edges setit on an old cookie sheet so if itbubbles over it won’t get all over theinside of my oven I’m going to I’ve gotmy oven preheating to 450 I’m gonna bakeit at 450 for 10 minutes then I’m goingto lower my heat to 350 and I’m gonnabake that for 30 minutes and we’ll beback when it’s time to take the pie outit’s all out those little red things inthe middle I’d hope they would melt makea little red puddle that would gobetween the hearts but I didn’t have itbut it still looks good smells wonderfulthis has been Angie from CanterburyTales far thanks for joining usbye[Music][Music]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *