Ingredients

How to make it

  • Lets start with the Pastry Crust.
  • Start by mixing the cornstarchand flour.
  • Add the sugar, butter, egg and vanilla and mix until combined.
  • Dust your counter with a bit of flour and take out the mixture and start kneading and folding until well combined.
  • Wrap them both in plastice and put one in the freezer for later and the other in the fridge to chill.
  • Now we are going to do the apple filling.
  • In a large bowl mix apples, sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg and salt.
  • Now allow the juices to mix and just set this aside.
  • Back to the dough.
  • After 20 min remove the dough from the refrigerator and roll into a ball.
  • Roll until the dough is of reagular thickness of a pie.
  • Spary your glass pie dish and place the first crust in it.
  • Grab a fork and poke some holes in the bottom of the crust and on the sides.
  • Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.
  • Spoon apples into your pie crust, mounding in the middle and pouring the sugary juices over top.
  • Now lets make the crumbles for the top
  • In small bowl mix together brown sugar, flour and nutmeg.
  • Next mix in the chilled butter and cut it in with a fork or other tool until you have a course crumbly mixture.
  • Using all your crumble put it over your apples.
  • Cover the edge of the pie with tin foil and then aloow to bake for 35 minutes or until you notice that the apples are bubbly
  • Then always allow this to cool befor you serve.

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  • wolfjunge 5 years ago
    So, while this may be a good recipe, I have to say that it is utterly useless to provide only a brand name gluten free flour mix. Most gluten free cooks that I know find that these flour mixes are for the most part inferior to flour blends made with individual gluten free flours. I look at a recipe like this which provides no suggestions of actual flours to use (sorghum, teff, amaranth, etc.) and immediately move on. I have no interest in purchasing over priced premixed flours when I can with greater cost efficiency and to greater effect blend my own. Might I suggest in future refraining from adding recipes that do not provide adequate information. This is not a complete recipe as we can not know what Bob's Red Mill uses, so I can not surmise appropriate replacements.
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