Recipe by Mark Borezo
"Dutch Oven Apple Crisp"
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2 1/2 cups
Macintosh apples - peeled, cored and quartered
packed brown sugar
I tried it because of the short list of ingredients and relative ease. I was actually in tears after dishing this out to my family. No one could eat it. Negative 100 stars.
this can't be a serious recipe. it was the worst. i tried another recipe on this site for apple crisp. what a difference. if anything, this is an absolute base recipe. sorry.
The top did not turn out. To save the apples i had to peel off the old top layer and recreate another topping. My advice, try a different apple crisp recipe.
I tried this recipe and it did not turn out. Maybe a step is missing or something else is mixed up.
I just have a suggestion... dont use macintosh apples, they are waaayy to soft for cooknig/ baking with. The best that I have used are Ida Red or golden delicious. Mac's are good for eating, but for baking they get really mushy.
Great recipe !
Made it quickly and EVERYONE raved about it !
DO NOT ATTEMPT!!!!
This recipe had no flavor and the topping was pasty. I'm so glad I was just playing in the kitchen when I made this and not taking it to work to share.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Apple Crisp III
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 18
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