I have a lot apples that are screaming to be used. Suggestions :) ?
Any apple recipe calling for a tart cooking apple can be made with a sweeter apple. Depending on the recipe, some adjustments may be necessary, such as adding less sugar or, for a more juicy apple, more cooking time to evaporate excess water.
My favourite apple recipes all rely on concentrating the essence of the apple itself, by making fruit leathers, apple butter, and apple chips.
Search the internet for Patricia Wells's The Apple Ladies Applecake. Special with any type of apple.
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The Apple Lady's Apple Cake (from Patricia Wells' Paris Cookbook) has been one of my most-made desserts for years - almost pure apple, bound by a little custardy-cake, with a delicious crunchy topping. Simple but perfect. Here's the recipe online: http://www.foodnetwork...
Applesauce; apple cake, pie, or tart; apple strudel; sliced and served with peanut butter; ice cream
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I like to make apple soup. I peel and core the apples, then slice them thinly. poach them in butter till they give up, but without getting any color. season with salt. then I cover the apples in a dry white wine or a dry local hard cider.
spin in the blender.
These crisp little cereal cookies are my favorite apple recipe, though it only uses up about 3 apples... https://food52.com/recipes...
This is a great Idea and I have used my Le Creuset terrine to make this - really good.
OMG! this is such a good idea! Thx :-)
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