Recipe How To Make Easy Skillet Apple Crisp


Was there ever a pastry more customized for a skillet than a natural, streusel-bested organic product fresh? Of course, you can collect it in a gratin dish or your number one Pyrex goulash, yet I remain behind the possibility that serving this very American fall apple dessert in a cast iron skillet is the introduction it merits — nay, warrants. 

In case we're talking semantics, the presence of oats sets this treat a solidly in fresh area, yet I'm not acting formal here. Indeed, even past the oats, the walnuts alone give you a lot of scrumptious smash to dive into. 

Goodness, and toss that peeler back in the cabinet: Unless you have a genuine repugnance for apple strips, there's no compelling reason to experience that additional tedious advance with this formula. It's about simplicity here — save your couple of additional minutes for scooping frozen yogurt or making whipped cream! 

Skillet Autumn Apple Crisp 


For the garnish: 

1/3 cup universally handy flour or white entire wheat flour 
1/3 cup moved oats (not moment) 
1/3 cup stuffed dim earthy colored sugar 
1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon 
1/4 teaspoon genuine salt 
1/2 cup cleaved walnuts 
2 tablespoons dissolved unsalted margarine 

For the filling: 

1/4 cup maple syrup 
2 tablespoons molasses 
3 tablespoons universally handy flour or white entire wheat flour 
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 
1/2 teaspoon genuine salt 
2 1/2 pounds apples, cored and cut into unpleasant 1-inch pieces 
1 tablespoon unsalted margarine 
Frozen yogurt or whipped cream, for serving (discretionary) 


Make the fresh garnish: 

1. Preheat the broiler to 350°F. 

2. Whisk the flour, oats, sugar, cinnamon, and salt together in a bowl, trying to eliminate any huge sugar protuberances. 

3. Mix in the walnuts, at that point mix in the 2 tablespoons liquefied margarine until the garnish is sodden and beginning to cluster together. 

Make the filling: 

1. Whisk the maple syrup, molasses, flour, cinnamon, and salt together in an enormous bowl. Throw the apples in the bowl, blending until they're equally covered; put in a safe spot. 

2. Coat the base and sides of a 10-inch cast iron skillet or other substantial lined ovenproof skillet with the 1 tablespoon spread. Empty the apple filling into the skillet, including any fluid that may have gotten comfortable the lower part of the bowl, and spread into an even layer. Spread the fresh garnish equitably over the apples. 

3. Cover the skillet freely with thwart and heat for 30 to 40 minutes, until the apples have mollified and the fresh is rising around the edges of the dish. 

4. Eliminate the thwart and heat for 15 to 20 minutes more, until the fixing is profoundly seared. 

5. Let cool for at any rate 15 minutes prior to serving. Present with scoops of your #1 frozen yogurt or liberal spoonfuls of whipped cream.