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Apple Pie – Is It Your Favorite?

by Nathan Zachary
Apple Pie

I’ve cooked a lot over the years, and there are a few recipes that always turn out, no matter what.

Here is one:

It is not exactly cheap to make, more of a recipe for special occasions or when you just want to spoil someone.

Dutch Apple Pie

2 cups of dough Flour that raises itself

1 cup Plain Flour

Cut 8 oz of cold butter into small cubes

1 cup sugar

2 eggs


  • 1 can Ardmona Apple pie ( you can use the smaller or larger can, depending on the size of your pie plates)
  • 3 Granny Smith (green) apples, finely sliced
  • 1 cup mixed fruit
  • 1 teas vanilla sugar or essence
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • 1 cup cinnamon tea
  • 1 can of pineapple chunks (optional)


Mix the ingredients for the dough with the cool butter until it forms a ball. Now, I used to have a Kenwood Chef that made this so easy—just throw everything in and the dough comes out in a big ball. Now I have a smaller mixer, and I often have to finish kneading the dough by hand to help it along.

Split the dough in half. Take one and cut it into two more pieces, one of which is a little bigger than the other. So you have two smaller balls and two larger balls. So each pie will have one small and one large ball. The larger ball goes on the bottom of the pie, and the smaller ball goes to the top.

Grease two pie plates and place the big balls of dough in them. When I only need to make two pies, I use my hands to press the dough into the pie plates. If I want to make a lot of this recipe, I take some dough and roll it out between two pieces of plastic wrap to line the dishes. This does make the pastry last longer.

Mix all the ingredients for the filling together and divide them between the two pie crusts. Now, with the 2 smaller balls of dough (pastry), you can either take small pieces and roll them into thin strips to make a crisscross pattern on top, or you can make a whole lid that goes all the way around the bowl. It depends on you.

Once the filling is in and the top is on, bake it in a 350F (180C) warm oven for 30 to 45 minutes. Watch it for the first 30 minutes to see if it needs more.

In The Last

Serve hot or cold with cream, ice cream, custard, or all three if you want to go all out. These pies keep well in the freezer.

Dutch Apple Pie is something we always have for Christmas, New Year’s, and birthdays.

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