Apple Rosette Pie

July 30, 2009

Cooking, Dessert

One of the lovely Cooking websites I follow is Bake at 350. Miss Bridget is a talented and marvelous baker! … yummy stuff with GREAT directions – for those of us domestically challenged folks!!

Well, she has decided to hostess a monthly meme called Flavor of the Month! July 2009 is the month of PIE… and you all know how much I love pie… ((Especially now as I am 8 months pregnant and craving all sweet baked goods known to man!!)) Her rules were simple — create anything related to pie… So I’ve decided to share my favorite recipe for an Apple Rosette Pie!

Click here to check out other contributions to the Mr. Linky!

Grandma’s scratch pie crust
1 c. flour
1/3c. crisco
add water until workable

7-8 apples (I prefer Granny Smith or Macintosh)
-slice them on the stem axis
-thinly slice them again
-boil them in water until flexible (2-3min)
-blot them dry on paper towels
-place them in the crust, saving the most flexible pieces for the center
-use broken pieces for the center

In a skillet (on medium),
combine these until it makes a syrup,
then drizzle over the apple pieces.
4Tbs butter
1c. brown sugar
1/2tsp. cinnamon
1/2tsp. nutmeg

Bake at 425* for 30 minutes… serve and enjoy!

How do you make your Apple Pie?
If not Apple – what type of pie is your favorite?

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15 Responses to “Apple Rosette Pie”

  1. Heidi Says:

    You pie looks amazing!!

  2. Cheri-Beri Says:

    Beautiful!! I love this idea and will have to try it soon. Thank you :-)

  3. cookies and cups Says:

    Wow! That is gorgeous!! Almost too pretty to eat!!

  4. bridget {bake at 350} Says:

    This is the MOST gorgeous pie!!! Wow! I'm so glad you showed the step-by-step of how to make it!

    Thank you so much for participating! :)

  5. Jendi Says:

    That is absolutely beautiful – and I usually don't say that about anything that is not chocolate. :)
    Even the crust is beautiful…sigh…
    :)

  6. Jendi Says:

    oops – forgot my url

  7. Amanda from Faith, Food and Family Says:

    That is absolutely gorgeous! That looks so yummy!

    Congrats on your new little one!
    God bless,
    Amanda
    P.S. Thanks for visiting my blog! :)

  8. Jennie Says:

    OMG, that is one gorgeous pie!

  9. Dorothy Says:

    Absolutely stunning! This looks like the perfect apple pie for me, because I rarely eat the crust and go straight for the apples.

  10. thecookieshopinenglish Says:

    Absolutely gorgeous! And it looks very "makable" with your step by step photos. Great job!

  11. Nutmeg Nanny Says:

    This pie is so beautiful! I would be afraid to cut it it's so pretty:)

  12. amber Says:

    That's gorgeous! and it doesn't sound too hard…although I'd prob'ly cheat and use a frozen crust.

  13. Michelle Says:

    Im going to try this as part of my Thanksgiving dessert assortment! Wish me luck! (ill definitly have the computer on the counter so I can look at your WONDERFUL "how to" pcitures!)
    Thanks Ann

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