Apple Pie

What, you thought we didn’t eat Apple Pie in Mexico? Well, we do, and here is an easy recipe using a quick hack to help you make this Apple Pie at home! Apples are grown in different regions of Mexico, but the state of Chihuahua, in the northern part of Mexico.

SERVINGS

8 people

COURSE

Desserts

TOTAL TIME

1 hr 15 mins

CUISINE

Mexico

– Roll one puck of pie dough on a floured surface. Make sure your dough is still cool to the touch; this temperature will keep it from breaking apart when you place it in your pie dish. Roll out to 12 – 13 inches in diameter.

Instructions

1

– With the help of your rolling pin, transfer the dough to your 9-inch pie dish. Cover with a plastic wrap and place in your fridge while you prepare the filling.

Instructions

2

– Peel and core the apples, then cut them into ½-inch wedges. Cutting the apples with this thickness will help them to keep their shape after being cooked. It’s better to have thicker wedges, as the apples also tend to shrink while cooking.

Instructions

3

– Combine the apples, flour, sugar, ground clove, cinnamon, lemon juice, and salt in a large bowl. Mix well. Place this mixture into your pie dish. Place the small cubes of butter over the apples.

Instructions

4