Mom’s Apple Pie – Baked!

November 4th, 2012
Moms Apple Pie is defrosted, glazed and ready to bake

Moms Apple Pie is defrosted, glazed and ready to bake

I know that my last post left you, Dear Reader, desperately wanting to see my Mom’s Apple Pie in its baked condition. Wasn’t it cheeky of me to pop it into the freezer and make you wait ;-)

But never fear, our guests were here this weekend and I duly defrosted the pie, glazed it with an egg wash – which was actually some of ThermoHubby John’s scrambled egg mixture before he got around to scrambling it – and baked it to golden perfection for all of our collective pleasure!

I put foil around the edges of Mom's Apple Pie to keep them from burning while this deep pie baked

I put foil around the edges of Mom’s Apple Pie to keep them from burning while this deep pie baked

I made my pie in a brilliant apple-shaped dish which I acquired at a car boot sale/yard sale/brocante in France, and it is quite deep. So this is a deep-dish apple pie with superbly flaky Thermomix shortcrust pastry and as such, it needed a longer baking time than a shallower pie. All in all, my pie baked for about an hour, and it was worth the wait!

Mom's Apple Pie took about an hour to bake in its deep dish

Mom’s Apple Pie took about an hour to bake in its deep dish

 

Mom's Apple Pie served with a creamy Thermomix custard

Mom’s Apple Pie served with a creamy Thermomix custard – Bon appétit !

This one’s for you, Nora!

Bon appétit !

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2 Responses to “Mom’s Apple Pie – Baked!”

  1. Nora says:

    Well worth the wait Madame Thermomix! I wish I could taste it, looks divine!

  2. [...] Madame Thermomix from Why is there air was talking about her mum’s apple pie and how to her, it was simply the best in the world. [...]

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