Much of the bottom crust, which becomes the top crust when inverted, stuck to the dish, along with the carmel and nuts, when I inverted it. I think what we have here is basically a novelty to try. But who needs it? Why not just bake a pie with the topping on top to start with, or added toward the end. That would correct this problem PLUS you wouldn't end up with a pie falling apart on a a serving dish with no support around the edge. Tasted okay, though it was too much brown sugar for my taste. If I baked it again, I'd heavily butter the dish before putting down the topping, in the hope it wouldn't stick so bad the next time. And I'd switch half the brown sugar to white. And bake 40 to 50 minutes, not 50 to 60.
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Much of the bottom crust, which becomes the top crust when inverted, stuck to the dish, along...