I discovered this amazing Butterscotch Apple Crisp while dining at one of my favorite restaurants in Orange County, Olea. Their Executive Chef, Jared Cook, was gracious enough to give me his recipe to share with my readers!
Keyword Apple Cobbler, Apple Crisp, Apple Crumble
Prep Time 15minutes
Cook Time 45minutes
Total Time 1hour
Author Sondra Barker
3wholeGranny Smith Applespeeled & cubed
3wholeHoney Crisp Applespeeled & cubed
¼ cupbrown sugar
⅛tspsaltor a pinch
8tbspunsalted buttercold and cut into cubed
Heat oven to 400°Peel apples and place in cold water with lemon juice.Dice apples into cubed and then place into stainless pot with butter and begin cooking on medium.Place everything else EXCEPT BUTTERSCOTCH CHIPS in the pot and cook together for 12 minutes over medium heat until apples are fork-tender but not mushy, stirring constantly.Take off the heat and fold in butterscotch chips. Then butter a rectangular pan and place apple mixture inside.For the crumble topping you"ll want to mix together the flour, half cup of brown sugar, oats, and cinnamon. Then add butter using a pastry cutter, fork, or your hands and blend in until it forms into crumbled pieces.Place crumbled pieces evenly overtop your apple mixture and bake in the oven at 400° for 20-25 minutes or until the top is golden brown and crispy.
You can use any of the recomended apple variations. It's usually good to ad a mixture of tart and sweet baking apples. Also since this recipe sautes the apple first, it is baked at a higher tempurature and for less time to get a nice crispy crust!