Dutch Apple Pie

Stories & Pictures | September 15, 2015 | By

What does one do when at home and down with a flu? You have figured out the answer by now.

Working or practicing the piano seemed to require a lot of mental and physical energy that does not come easily to me when ill.. That’s what is fantastic about cooking, it just happens. I also had a lot of left over apples from my mom’s garden that looked pretty sad sitting unwanted on my kitchen table. I have made this pie before for my brother and sister in law and they loved it. It is quite a wholesome and satisfying desert that suits the winter months. I have taken the recipe from my dear friend Magda from My Little Expat Kitchen. In some ways, it resembles a crumble but with a wonderful caky exterior.

I have done one adjustment to the recipe and that is adding 40g of oat flour instead of all plain flour and instead of the bread crumbs I added toasted rolled oats to absorb the juices form the apples.

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Bon Appetit!

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    Marwan
    September 15, 2015

    It looks yummy
    What apples do you use?
    Bradley’s?
    Brown sugar and a dash of nutmeg/ cinnamon is good

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    Kitchen Butterfly
    October 7, 2015

    A perfect pie for fall. I wish I could have a thick slice with you and cups of mint tea. Lots of love from Nigeria xxx

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    Vivien
    October 11, 2015

    Apple pie is my favourite! looks delicious xx

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    Vivien
    October 11, 2015

    This looks lovely – will try it next weekend! I like simple to make simple and delicious dishes (just hope I can find tasty enough tomatoes here in England…:P

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