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Impossible Apple Pie

Cooked Apple Pie

Total Servings: 16

Nutritional Value

Found the recipe on a German cooking site. Yeah, you know, "What's good for the Russian is good for the German! - death"...Now don't ask me what's so impossible about this pie (the name has been preserved in the original - holy!)... I wondered and wondered and baked it... What can I say?? It was well worth the wait - the pie is very delicious, especially the caramel (the one I made up!)... It was not without incident (but about this on the way). And it all started sadly: still in the full swing of a struggle with zucchini, and here! ! apples... and a lot of them... My apple tree is not a winter one, the harvest is always great! So we have another problem: we have to eat apples as fast as possible... (I'm playing around with the idea of getting apples wet because I love them so much... I've never done it! But even in the old age things happen, I've already ordered an oak barrel from our local "Russian" Russian store"). Back to pies! I started scouring the net for an uncomplicated (but tasty)! - I'm a sly! - recipe), stopped on this one because of the many enthusiastic responses (although you remember, "that the Russian... "). In a word, bake to evaluate for yourself...

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Ingredients for apple pie "impossible":


  • Cream (heavy liquid) - 400 ml
  • Sugar (200 for batter + 100 for caramel) - 300 g
  • Vanilla sugar - 1 sachet.
  • Lemon peel (of one lemon)
  • Baking powder - 1 sachet.
  • Egg - 5 pcs
  • Wheat flour / Flour - 375 g
  • Butter - 100 g
  • Milk - 4 tablespoon
  • Marshmallow - 125 g
  • Apple - 700 g
  • Lemon juice - 4 tablespoon

How to cook apple pie "impossible" step by step with photos


It's very easy! For the filling wash the apples, cut into quarters, remove the core and cut into thin slices. Drizzle with lemon juice. For the dough, put in a bowl (or rather, in a bowl - biscuits are not small - best to bake for a large family, for guests, or if the husband - a hard eater... I have a weak eater, he saves his figure all the time!) - so, let's put - cream, sugar, vanilla, finely grated lemon zest (I replaced 1 table. l. I have a toad who makes sure I don't throw anything away, so we dry the zest for good...), we whip it all, but not to butter, but just from the hip!) - until smooth... - beat eggs one by one, - sift the flour, add the baking powder and - - knead.

Preheat oven to 180°. Put in a mold (this is where it gets tricky... I thought I had a cool mold like this - a lot of money! my mom! - Diameter 28 cm, and a skirting around, yep, not bad, in general), so I lined the form (only the bottom) of paper, and the walls very thinly oiled. I put the dough in, put the apples on top - put it in the oven, and baked... pardon the tautology, or simply put, for the repetition - bake until done: a dry spud test. I use chopsticks for Japanese (Japanese, yes?) food... Sticks are somehow harder to get..

Meanwhile, I'm not sitting idly by the TV or the computer, I'm making caramel: - I boil butter, sugar and milk until smooth... - The recipe calls for walnuts to be added at the end. N-o-o, we don't take the easy way, I rejected the nuts (they get stuck in my husband's teeth, you see! Notice that the meat doesn't get stuck! No lard either...). So I poured the marshmallows in and stirred them without letting them melt... I should have seen a sign of impending disaster, but I didn't! I'm in the middle of nowhere, and I'm in the middle of nowhere... Anyway, it was like this: The cake rose to a record size, and we were on top! and some caramel..! - and into the oven to finish baking. Yeah... the caramel came over the top of the mold, and I was catching it "back in" and shoving it back in... I struggled! like I always do... And we're just dreaming!

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... What now?? - Conclusions: let's make a bigger mould - preferably a baking tray with high sides (there is such a!) and bake in it. And I will bake more because of the deliciousness... and the abundant apple crop.

Nutritional Value:

Whole Dish:
Calories
5878.7 Calories
Protein
90.6 g
Fat
258 g
Carbohydrates
798.2 g
Per Serving:
Calories
367.4 Calories
Protein
5.7 g
Fat
16.1 g
Carbohydrates
49.9 g
100g:
Calories
242.9 Calories
Protein
3.7 g
Fat
10.7 g
Carbohydrates
33 g

Flour, Wheat Flour, Lemon Juice, Sugar, Butter, Eggs, Apple, Creamy, Milk, Baking powder, Baking, Vanilla sugar, Marshmallow, Caramel, Cakes, Lemon Cider, Pastry

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