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Would a Fuji Apple be good for baking?

I want to make baked apples but all I have are Fuji apples.

asked by DanielleO about 5 years ago

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trampledbygeese
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added about 5 years ago

Fuji apples will work in a pinch, and will still make a yummy baked apple. They are not my favourite apples for baking but they are going to give you an apply flavour and get soft. Maybe just not be the super-five-star-restaurant kind of baked apple result.

Just keep an eye on them more carefully in the oven as they often cook at a different rate than 'baking apples'. Cook 'till you are happy with them and not the time suggested in the recipe.

Let us know how they turn out for you.

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msmely
added about 5 years ago

It's worth mentioning that Fuji apples will be sweeter than most "baking" applies, and you may end up having to adjust the sugar in the recipe (downward).

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