little pieces that were congealed, very soft, rubbery texture throughout my pie. I had peeled my apples, sauteed in butter, added a little flour and spices. The poured this mixture into my pie, then spooned a generous amount of my homemade caramel sauce over this (I repeated this twice). Then I baked the pie. (The pie did have dough on top.) After the pie was done I did notice that the caramel had evaporated. Could these weird pieces be whats left of my carmel? Or a strange reaction to caramel and flour? My caramel was made weeks ago with lots of milk, sugar, spices and a small amount of baking soda for thickening. I'm really bummed out :(
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