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Apple and carob pie


Preparation steps

  • From the flour, one egg and one yolk, sugar (it doesn't say exactly how much sugar for the dough and how much for the filling, so I used half a cup of sugar for the dough and the rest for the filling) and butter, make a crispy dough. 2 Let it rest, and in the meantime mix the ground carob with the rest of the sugar, milk, eggs, semolina into a uniform mass. 3 Peel the apples, cut them in half and remove the stones (with a small spoon or a knife). 4 Roll out the dough and place it in a cake tin, lift the sides and pour the carob mixture into it. 5 Cut the apples into slices and arrange on top. Place in the oven at 170 degrees to bake for about 1 hour. 6 When it is baked, take it out and coat it with honey. (I coated it with one tablespoon of honey and it was sweet enough for me.) 7 When serving, add a little whipped sweet cream and chocolate as desired.
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The recipe is taken from the website (Berislav Lackovic)


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