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My mother sent me a picture of this delicious encapsulated dessert: an apple containing its own spiced innards, capped with a cute lattice-topped pie ...
Apple Spices Pie Crust (here's the one I normally make, but I improvised this one- more on that in the Crust step)
Score a smallish hole at the top of the apple. Use a smaller knife than the one I've pictured, if you can. Carve a conical section out, so that you ca...
Use a combination of a small knife and a spoon to scoop out the interior of the apple. Spoon the meat of the apple into a bowl, separating out the not...
Add your favorite spices to the scooped-out meat of the apple. Traditionally, I use a mix of flour, sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, and lemon juice. M...
Spoon your delicious spiced apple chunks back into the apple. You might have to cram them in a little.
Again, I normally make pie crust like this. If you skip to the last step, it has some instructions for weaving a lattice top. However, I didn't have ...
This will depend on the size of your apple, and probably somewhat on your oven. For mine, 350F for 30 minutes was perfect. I think you know it's done ...
I think it works best if you cut it into quarters. Then it stays together enough that you can eat it with your hands. Enjoy your chai-spiced apple pie...
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