Georgina’s Apple Pie – The Best Apple Pie Recipe, Seriously

July 3, 2013 § Leave a comment

In honor of the 4th of July, my mother’ amazing apple pie recipe, again.  Try it, you’ll like it!

Food, Seriously

 

They’re everywhere at the moment, from the farmers’ market to your local grocery store … white paper bags filled with Macintosh apples.  And it’s a good thing, because the best apple pie recipe I know is made with them.

What makes it, in my humble opinion, the best apple pie recipe?  Well, first of all, there’s the crust; it’s thin and flaky, which I happen to prefer to a thicker, heavier, doughier crust.  The crust is heaven.  Second, there’s the filling, starting with the key ingredient, those Macintosh apples.  When they’re cooked, they tend to be softer than other varieties; again, this is a personal preference.  And mixed with the cinnamon, sugar, nutmeg and tapioca, and topped with butter, well, you’ll have to judge the result for yourself.  To me, it bakes into sweet perfection.  And lastly, there is the beautifully browned, not burned, crust (there’s a tip for…

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