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November 18, 2006

EC's Apple Cobbler ...

Contributed by: Eternally Curious



This is my recipe for apple cobbler. Warning: My recipies tend to be "sans mesasurements", requiring an ability to "play it by ear (or eyesight, as the case may be)"...


6-8 apples (depends entirely on your tastes)

bunch of sugar

bunch of cinnamon

2 cups Bisquick, or similar (all purpose baking mix)

1 cup milk

1 egg if large, otherwise 2

yet more sugar (grin)

yet more cinnamon too (bigger grin)


Peel, core and chunk the apples into a square baking pan that has been either buttered (my preference, but my doctor doesn't agree!) or treated with cooking spray. Sprinkle the apples liberally with cinnamon, and then with sugar. How much? Entirely up to you and your taste buds! Mix all up, and then sprinkle again (maybe just a bit more lightly this time!).


In a small bowl combine Bisquick, milk, egg(s), and about 2-3 tablespoons of sugar - just until mixed thoroughly and no dry mix remains. Spread evenly over top of apples. You can add a last sprinkling of sugar and cinnamon on top, if you like, for color.


Bake in 350 degree F. oven (sorry - not sure what the Centigrade translation is), for about 30-45 minutes, or until top is deep golden brown. Let stand for 10 minutes before serving (if you can!)






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