Bramley Apple Pie

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Bramley Apple Pie

Postby Stu » 24 Aug 2015, 10:41

A good old British favourite made with fresh apples from our neighbour's tree - Turned out lovely!!

The Filling

5oz Golden Caster Sugar
1 tsp Ground Cinnamon
2 tsp Corn Flour
600g Bramley Coking apples – Cored and sliced

The Pastry

400g Plain Flour
2 tbsp Golden Caster Sugar
1 Lemon zest
1 Large egg beaten with 2 tbsp cold water
1 egg to glaze

Keep 1/3 of the pastry for the pie lid

Cook at 180C/200C for 45 - 60 mins until browned to your taste.

More details and the recipe on my website -

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Re: Bramley Apple Pie

Postby essexsmoker » 24 Aug 2015, 18:38

Does it taste much different from an oven cook?

Can't get my head around deserts in a bbq. Lol. I assume there's no wood used but...
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Re: Bramley Apple Pie

Postby Stu » 24 Aug 2015, 18:45

To be perfectly honest I was nervous of tainting the flavour after having done a double header of Pork, roast veg, tatties and yorkie puds beforehand. I needn't have worried, it tasted lovely and yes it was different but in a nice way. We served up the mains, lobbed in the pie and it was ready once everyone had finished.
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Re: Bramley Apple Pie

Postby derekmiller » 25 Aug 2015, 08:15

My missus does deserts and cakes on the BBQ, definitely no wood. There is a different taste as Stu has said, but more importantly to us, is the continuing of the cooking outside, so everyone is together.
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Re: Bramley Apple Pie

Postby essexsmoker » 25 Aug 2015, 09:45

Sounds intriguing! Maybe I'll give it a go one day.
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