Apple Crisp One night when I was up late, watching t.v., I caught an episode of "the best thing I ever ate…" on Food Network (my favorite channel!). One of the chefs was going on and on about this apple crisp she had at a restaurant and the thing looked AMAZING!! They don't give out the recipe, but they do tell what they add and the process in which they do it in, yay! SO, I created it. And, in my opinion, it's more of an apple pie than a crisp…but whatever! It's delish!!
Phyllo dough 8 sheets
4T butter, melted
4-6 granny smith apples peeled, cored
1 ½ C. Cinnamon sugar
2 ½ C golden raisins soaked in spiced rum (optional)
2 C. sour cream
½ C. Rose water (regular water is o.k. too!)
*Defrost phyllo dough according to package directions. Butter the bottom and sides of a 9x13 baking dish. Butter both sides of phyllo dough with melted butter and lay down one by one in baking dish, repeat this four times. Peel, core and thinly slice apples then toss them with the cinnamon sugar so it is evenly coated. Place apples on top of phyllo dough, sprinkle raisins over apples. Combine sour cream and rose water and spread on top of apples. Bake @350* until bubbly. When apple mixture is hot and bubbly remove from the oven and layer phyllo dough with melted butter on both sides again times 4. Bake until golden brown. Serve with fresh whip cream or a side of vanilla ice cream. Just in time for fall weather, make this soon!! Enjoy!!