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Making an apple pie, the crust caves~?

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June 26, 2019 / By Carine
Question: I've been making apple pies more than a few times, but everytime i make put one in the oven, the apples cook and shrink, and the crust cooks and hardens. What results is that i have cave like space inside the pie and I was wondering if anyone knew the solution to the problem. I tried adding more apples but that didn't really solve the problem. Thanks in advance.~
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Anastacia Anastacia | 3 days ago
you need to let the apples sit for an hour or so in sugar so the juice comes out. then mix with all of the spices and you will not have shrinking apples in your pie because you will have already shrunk them.
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Webster Webster
Sounds like you need a new recipe. Try simmering the apples in a big pan with a little Seven Up, sugar,cinnamon and nutmeg. Let them release their juices (do not overcook. About ten minutes). Strain the apples, set aside and reduce the juice to a syrup.Pour the apples into your pie crust, add a bit of butter to the syrup and cover the apples add the top crust and bake.
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Salathiel Salathiel
I have seen several recipes that call for cooking the apples first. The problem is almost inevitable with raw apples. I have also seen the idean of slicing the apples really thin and then really packing them in so that they are more solid, but I think that the cooking first is a better idea. See Cooks Illustrated magazine website.
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Murray Murray
try forming your crust to the apples and cutting plenty of vent holes, or maybe even try using a different kind of apple i like gala because they're really sweet.
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Kennedy Kennedy
not enough butter with the crust, you have to work when it is cold. coat your apple slices with flour
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Kennedy Originally Answered: How do we measure how far away the outer core is from the crust?
Seismic waves are used to investigate the internal structure of the earth. There are two types of seismic waves; compressional "P" waves and shear "S" waves. S waves cannot pass through a liquid and therefore will not pass through the outer core. By measuring the refraction (bending), changes in travel time of the P and S waves as they pass from an area of seismic disturbance, through the earth to a series of monitoring stations (using geophones) on the other side of the earth one can establish how far below the crust the outer core is. Shadow zones are produced on the other side of the earth from a seismic disturbance where S waves are refracted around the liquid core. The refraction and travel time changes are due to variations in the desnity between the crust, mantle, liquid core and inner core. If the earths composition was uniform there would be no refraction and p and s waves would travel in straight lines.

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