Recipe by Ginny
"The crunchy oat topping adds an extra dimension to this delicious apple pie. Try using Golden Delicious, Jonagold, or Granny Smith apples for this pie."
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1 (9 inch)
apples - peeled, cored and sliced
packed brown sugar
This is an excellent recipe. A couple little hints may help those that are having problems. I didn't freeze my pie crust. I lightly brushed the crust with a beaten egg white, let it dry (while I was peeling apples) then put it in the oven at 400 degrees for 5 minutes. Also, adding a heaping TLB of INSTANT TAPIOCA to the apples when you toss them will thicken any excess juice without adding additional flour. It won't change the taste. I do this to all my fruit pies whether the recipe calls for it or not.
Tasty topping, but a watery, soggy mess! Apples undercooked even after an additional 10 minutes in the oven.
Wow, wow, WOW! Fantastic pie! I'm extremely fussy about apple pie and this is the best one I've ever made in thirty years! I did tweak the recipe slightly, taking into consideration all of the previous comments. Here's what I did:
1. Used a good homemade all butter crust and a glass pie plate 2. Used half Fuji and half Granny Smith apples, totalling 3 pounds (a little more than five cups) 3. Increased the flour to a rounded quarter cup 4. Omitted the lemon zest (don't like lemon and apple together) and the allspice (didn't have any) and substitued quick oats for rolled ones.
I also discovered that you can do the initial baking of the apples and crust ahead of time. I had to leave, so I just took it out of the oven, lightly covered with foil and when I returned 3 hours later to finish baking it, it worked out great.
With the full three pounds of apples I used, and all that streusel topping, it looks HUGE before it bakes but it comes out the perfect size.
With a glass pie plate I dropped the oven temp to 360 degrees and I ended up baking it much longer (at least ten or fifteen minutes longer) until I could view the browned crust on the bottom (easy with a glass pan) This is crucial because otherwise you get a soggy crust on the bottom.
We ate the pie after it had totally cooled and the slices held together perfectly. Delicious! Give it a try!
I only bake pies once or twice a year, but I like to make many of the same kind at once. Having said that, I found a few things with my second batch of pies that I would like to share. The crust does indeed go soggy and tends not to bake at the bottom, so for the second batch of 3 pies, I first brushed the frozen pie shells with lightly beaten egg whites before filling (it acts as a barrier and prevents the sogginess) and I also baked the pies at the lowest rack setting of my oven for 20 minutes at 425 degrees. Once I lowered the oven temperature to 375 degrees, I placed the pies back on the middle rack. I also used three LEVEL tablespoons of flour in the filling...I found the three heaping tablespoons recommended by other reviewers to be too pasty and two tablespoons to be too runny. I didn't have any problems with the apples not cooking through, but I sliced them very thinly because the lower sugar/water content in granny smiths tends to make them hold their shape and stay firm otherwise. It is a very good recipe and definitely worth a try.
This kicked a$$!!! to get rid of some of the moisture, mix apple mixture first and drain before putting into shell. This was the best topping ever! I had to patch up parts of the pie where I ate the top off while cooling.
This is an excellent Dutch Apple Pie recipe that will make your Grandma proud! Very east to make. I made a few minor changes: I didn't freeze the pie shell - couldn't see the advantage. And I didn't have allspice, so I found on a website a perfect substitute: 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon, 1/2 teaspoon ground cloves and 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg, mixed together. This will make more than the 1/4 teaspoon called for, so I just saved the extra, put it in a little jar and labeled it "allspice" for my next recipe that calls for it. This pie is scrumptious - especially with a little scoop of vanilla ice cream!
I made this recipe as is except for the lemon zest. It is very tasty! I had no problem with the crust and I did use the egg white trick. The resulting pie is super tasty, although I think it could use a little more cinnamon! Served with vanilla ice cream to guests and was told that I was "missing my calling" that I need to start a restaurant right now!
OMGosh!!! This was fabulous. I am not big on apples, but I LOVE pie; but have never made a good apple pie until now! My husband, who is an apple pie connoisseur also LOVED this. I made this pie to serve tonight for our second night of Sukkot (The biblical Feast of Booths/Tabernacles). Many of our neighbors came to fellowship with us and EVERYONE raved about this pie. There was none left. THe plate was licked clean!!! This one goes in the recipe box and will be used often. The only alteration I made was to omit the lemon zest, just did not sound good to me. Anyway, this is a must try!!! We love it. Thank you and God bless!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Dutch Apple Pie with Oatmeal Streusel
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 183
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