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Very good- everyone loved it! I added nutmeg and cinnamon to the topping as suggested. Next time, I would use sliced apples instead of chopped because it's more traditional and easier to eat. I would also use about 5 cups of apples because it was almost overflowing as it cooked.
I just made this pie for our Thanksgiving dinner and it turned out delicious. I used Granny Smith apples and increased cooking time for 10 more minutes and browned the top a little (as suggested). My husband and I loved it, my daughter thought it was a little too tart. I guess it depends on taste. I might try to use sweeter apples next time, but other than that it was very, very good!
Made 2 of these pies for the office and they only lasted an hour! Delicious recipe! I used 1/2 cup brown sugar instead of white sugar in the filling too and instead of sour cream, I used plain non-fat yogurt. I am definitelyl making this for the holidays!
The topping alone is worth the 5 stars. I did as others suggested adding the cinnamon and nutmeg. I had two slices. The second slice I heated in the microwave for 30 seconds and added a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream. If you have a pie filling recipe that you like, use it, but add this topping to it.
I made this today for my Mom, whose a pretty good cook herself. Said it was the best she's had in a long while (she's in her 70's). I made it as is except I used brown sugar instead of white as others suggested. Thanks for an excellent recipe!