4 Reviews

I cooked up some apples with tbsps sugar for the pie filling. Unfortunately I didn't have any almonds...they make it look so nice on the picture!! It still tasted lovely though!

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Ginger Rose March 31, 2008

My son made the crust while I made apple pie filling. This went together easily and tasted great! It reminded me of my Baci, Thanks a lot!

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Vicky Gunkel December 05, 2007

Easy to make, delightful to eat! Being without Southern Comfort, I took my cue from the almonds in your lovely photo & used Amaretto. I will admit to eating more than my share of the crust - (it tasted like a shortbread cookie) but DH prefers the filling anyway. This teamwork resulted in an empty pan pretty quickly! Thanks for another winner of a recipe!

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SusieQusie October 26, 2006

5 1/2, Rita!! I was idly surfing through the Zaar World Tour reviews & pics, and came across this. It sounded quick and easy, and it was! It's delicious! I did make a few tiny changes but the basics stayed the same. I added 1 more teaspoon baking powder, and 1 t vanilla to the base and some seedless raisins (sultanas) to the apples. I also had to add sugar to the apples, as all our tinned apples are unsweetened. I think my tin of apples (metric) was larger than specified by you, but covered the base nicely. Used rum as we have no Southern Comfort in house. Next time I'll try whisky. This is a keeper, and ideal when guests are coming and like me, you're tired of the same old, same old ... Thanks for a great recipe which will be used again and again!! Husband said wistfully: "Why not make this at least twice a week ...?" LOL!

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Zurie June 24, 2006
Mazurek Topped With Apple