I promised you that when I got around to making myself an apple pie, I’d do a tutorial for you. Here it is. Just for you.
Fine crumbs. It took me years to figure that out. (That’s what biscuit dough is supposed to look like as well by the way. Amazing how learning one small trick makes all your cooking that much better, isn’t it?)
When it looks like that, add the water until it forms a nice dough, but not too sticky. Then, you move on to rolling it out.
Admittedly, I am not the best roller. I tend to get Edie to do it for me, but lately she’s been making me do it myself. I’ve learned that it doesn’t have to be perfect, as long as the crust is uniform in thickness and big enough to cover the bottom of the pan. You can sort of fudge it from there.
And done. Serve hot or cold, plain, or with ice cream or yogurt. It’s quite suitable for breakfast, lunch and dinner.