|From Fruit to Jelly (Start to Finish)|
|by Shannon Knudsen|
An introduction to the process of making jelly, from the time the farmer plants a bush or tree to the time someone eats a peanut butter and jelly ...
Results 1 - 10 of 114 for apple pie dried apples
Sift flour, baking ... thick. Makes five pie crusts. Use more ... Cook over low heat, stirring constantly until thick. Cool overnight before making pies.
Cook dried fruit in small ... dough. Fold other half over and crimp edges. Put small amount of Crisco in frying pan. Fry pies on both sides until brown.
In large pan, put apples and sugar. Let ... they stick easily. You can freeze or can them. They taste like real dried apples. Really great for fried pies.
May also add ... lemon juice. Cover apples with cold water ... stirring frequently. Fill pie crust, cut vent ... I have for dried apple pie call ... the cinnamon and nutmeg.
Cook dried apples in water until ... into pastry lined pie pan. Dot with ... top crust. Bake in moderate oven 40 to 45 minutes. Serve with slice of cheese.
Cook apples to pieces in water; add sugar.
Cook until done. Mash and sweeten to taste. Cinnamon and nutmeg to taste. Bake as any two-crust apple pie.
Cook apples in boiling water ... Cover with the other rounds. And press edges together with a fork. Fry in deep fat and drain on brown paper. Makes 12 pies.
Divide the dough ... into a 9-inch pie plate. Roll the ... kettle, combine the apples and cider, adding ... 400°F and bake the pie for 30 minutes more.
Soak apples in hot water ... prong. Cut excess dough. Fry in hot grease at 400 degrees until golden brown. Turn over once and when done remove from heat.
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