>>34225427>be third worlder in some tropical region>apple pie pretty much doesn't exist here (except Mc Donald's. they taste nice though)>saw apple pies from western cartoons, looks comfy as fuck, always wanted to try since i was little.>few weeks ago, saw MLP baking book thread, decided to start baking western style and make a /baking/ thread. Did a lot of fuck up's but it's worth it. >saw [pic related] recipe.>what_could_possibly_go_wrong.mp3>outcome (presentation) was not perfect, but it's close enough and better than what I've expected. >surprisingly it taste great for me, i personally enjoyed it, most of my family still not get used to it because it was so different from what we had locally. One of my coursemate whom like pies also liked it.
I never get to bake apple pies like Snow White but instead ended up with ponies, it was comfy.
You should just try making it yourself anon, maybe it'll be good, the only expensive thing is probably the butter and apples. >>34218547 was actually my second attempt at making it ^:)
You don't really need a special pan to make, i just use mine with some random metal plate instead. Just make sure you greased the bottom properly. >it's not gooey, instead it was breadlike. The apple slices are still there and not mixed.
I'm not expert in that yet, still experimenting with different things. I made my crust myself (was a fuck up) but with help of anons suggestions, it ended up having a really nice crust, if baked for long and just bake the crust itself first it will become like the crust for fruit tarts, but if bake with apples (as pies) it might kinda be a bit bread like but still quite nice. As for apples, maybe it might change the texture, if you prefer gooey perhaps maybe use different types of apples (Chinese ones) instead. Not sure if the temperature and time in the oven will effect much of the pie or not.