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(YouTube)   Chef teaches you how to save a buck, make a McDonald's hot apple pie at home   ( divider line 27
    More: Spiffy, apple pies, McDonalds Style, McDonalds, royalty-free, Kevin MacLeod  
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2675 clicks; posted to Video » on 12 Oct 2013 at 9:59 AM (1 year ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

McDonalds Style Hot Apple Pie - RECIPE
ONE POT CHEF COOKBOOKS ON iTUNES BOOKSTORE:​chilcott/id478668534?mt=11 McDonalds Style Hot Apple Pie is a home made version of the classic fast food dessert. Delicious green apples are diced and combined with brown sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg. Cooked until soft and sweet, the apples are enveloped in puff pastry and deep fried until golden and crisp - give it a go! ONE POT CHEF COOKBOOKS - PAPERBACKS AND EBOOKS: ONE POT CHEF POSTAL ADDRESS: One Pot Chef Show PO Box 4338 Bay Village NSW 2261 Australia MY SECOND CHANNEL: PLEASE SUBSCRIBE!​r?add_user=OnePotChefShow FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER BECOME A FAN ON FACEBOOK FOLLOW ME ON GOOGLE+ ================= RECIPE FACT SHEET ================= INGREDIENTS IN THIS DISH: 3 Small Green Apples (peeled cored and diced) 4 Tablespoons of Brown Sugar 1 Teaspoon of Ground Cinnamon 1 Teaspoon of Ground Nutmeg 2 Sheets of Ready Rolled Frozen Puff Pastry (thawed) Vegetable Oil (for deep frying) Preparation Time: About 15 minutes Cooking Time: About 20 minutes + Cooling Time MAKES 8 HOT APPLE PIES ALL MEASUREMENTS GIVEN ARE AUSTRALIAN STANDARD METRIC (Look up Google for a conversion chart if using Imperial) More cooking videos at: Music Track: "Bright Wish" by Kevin MacLeod Royalty Free Music - Used with Permission under Creative Commons license.
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