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Russian Pastries: Apple Pie

 Russian Apple Pie is a traditional autumn bakery.

 You will need:

3 ea big eggs
3 ea average sour apples
1 c sugar
1 c flour
1 ts baking soda

  Preparation:

 Peel the apples and slice into thin pieces. Mix eggs, soda and sugar in the mixer. Add flour gradually. The dough must be liquid as sour cream. Pour a little vegetable oil in the pan. Put all apples  on the bottom. Pour the dough in to the pan evenly. Heat the oven and bake the pie during 20-30 minutes. When  Russian Apple pie is ready, put the pan on the wet napkin for 5 minutes. It helps to detach the pie from the pan.

                                            




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Category: Bread&Pastry | Added by: Tanusha (2012-04-12)
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