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This recipe is for 4 people, so multiply the amounts according to the amount of people you need to prepare for.
Process the flour, sugar, butter cubes and the pinch of salt in a food processor until you get little dough crumbs. Then you scramble the yolk with the water and gradually add it to the dough crumbs while the food processor keeps going, until big chunks of dough are created.
Make the dough into one lump and flatten it to a flat circle shape. Wrap the circle and put in the fridge for 30 minutes.
First, take 4 apples and cut their tops off. Remove their contents carefully, without harming the peel. You can use a knife and spoon for this.
If you couldn't get the apple content in same-size chunks, use more apples, peel them and cut them to little cubes. Mix the apples cubes with sugar and cinnamon in a bow. The amounts of sugar and cinnamon can be changed according to personal taste.
Create 6 cm (about 2.5 inches) strips from the pie dough and cover the apple from above with criss-crossing strips.
Pour water into a oven tray, just enough to cover the bottom with a thin layer. Put the apples inside and cover with tin foil.Put this in a pre-heated oven in a temperature of 190 C (370 F). Bake for about 20-25 minutes.
Then, remove the tin foil and continue baking for another 20 minutes, until the pie dough becomes gets a deep brownish color.