The Crisp the World Awaited!
Who doesn’t love apple crisp? It is one of those dishes you could eat for breakfast, with its wholesome oats, or as a decadent dessert, served with vanilla ice cream and caramel sauce.
Whenever you choose to eat it, this is one of the easiest dishes to make that has ever been dreamed up. All you have to do is slice up some apples, stir up a simple binding sauce and toss the apples in it to coat them, sprinkle on a topping and put it in your oven for 30 minutes. Couldn’t be easier!
In order for these firm baking apples to cook thoroughly in that short amount of time, you will need to slice them very thin. A mandolin would make short work of this somewhat tedious task, but a simple paring knife, or chef’s knife will get the job done just fine.
This dish starts making its first impression on your family before they take one bite, even before they see it. Their noses will know you are making apple crisp because its enticing aroma will permeate your house and beckon family members to congregate in your kitchen. Some of them may have a very hard time eating their dinner before having this crisp for dessert, so you might want to serve it first!
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Quick Tip: If Granny Smith apples are a bit too tart for your taste, select another type of firm apple suitable for baking, such as Honeycrisp, Jonathan, Melrose, Winesap, Braeburn, Rome Beauty, Cortland, Northern Spy or Gala.
Recipe courtesy of Lauren Allen at tastesbetterfromscratch.com, photo courtesy of Aaron A at allrecipes.com.