Do you ever get that craving for a warm and delicious apple pie? Well, I have the perfect recipe for you to satisfy that craving. This James Martin deep pan apple pie with Armagh honey cream recipe is sure to be a hit with your taste buds and your guests.
To start off, preheat your oven to 200°C (Gas 6). Peel, core, and slice 1 kg of Bramley apples into thin slices. Sprinkle a tablespoon of flour over the apples and mix well. In a separate bowl, mix together 50 g unsalted butter, 50 g caster sugar, and a pinch of ground cinnamon until smooth.
Next, line a deep 20 cm pie dish with shortcrust pastry and fill it with the apple mixture. Pour the butter mixture over the apples, making sure it is evenly distributed. Roll out another piece of shortcrust pastry and place it on top of the pie, sealing the edges with your fingers. Using a sharp knife, make a few small cuts in the top of the pie to allow steam to escape.
Bake the pie in the preheated oven for 25-30 minutes, or until golden brown on top. While the pie is baking, you can prepare the Armagh honey cream by mixing together 150 ml of double cream with 2 tablespoons of Armagh honey.
Once the pie is done, take it out of the oven and let it cool for a few minutes. Serve it warm with a dollop of the Armagh honey cream on top.
Now that you have the recipe, why not add some pizzazz to your presentation with a beautiful image of the finished product? Take a look at this delicious image of James Martin’s apple pie:
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James Martin deep pan apple pie with Armagh honey cream
Just looking at this picture makes my mouth water! But don’t stop there; here’s another image of James Martin’s apple pie that’s sure to make your mouth water:
james martin apple pie
And if you’re feeling experimental, why not try adding some toppings to your apple pie? Some of my favorites include vanilla ice cream, whipped cream, or even a drizzle of caramel sauce.
Now that you know how to make James Martin’s deep pan apple pie with Armagh honey cream, why not impress your friends and family with your newfound baking skills? Who knows, you might even inspire them to try out some new recipes too. Happy baking!