Apple Recipes

9/16/2008

Now it is really hard for me to withhold a laugh!  When my personal assistant said that she didn’t know how to make applesauce, I felt a laugh aching to burst forth!  My sister has made it abundantly clear to me that making applesauce is really easy with the following recipe! The teacher in me also wanted to tell her how  simple it can be!  However, I didn’t want her to change her mind and make applesauce.  The desire to have the pleasure of consuming the apple crisp made it possible for me to choke back my laughter! 

 

Enjoy the recipes!   

 

Applesauce:

5 to 8 apples peeled, cored and quartered

Cook in microwave for 4 or 5 minutes, add more time as needed, after apples have cooked and are soft add the following.

Add small amount of sugar – to taste (less than a ¼ of a cup)

Add small amount of cinnamon – to taste (less than a ¼ of a teaspoon)

Add a small amount of nutmeg – to taste (less than a ¼ of a teaspoon)

Stir until it is mixed, then enjoy J

GERMAN APPLE PANCAKES (DUTCH BABIES)
Thanks for sharing this recipe Leslie

Pancake:
Whisk together and set aside:
3/4 c. flour
3/4 c. milk
3 eggs

Apple Filling
Mix all in a mixing bowl
2 apples (diced)
1/2 t. cinnamon
1 T. lemon juice
1/4 c. brown sugar
2 T. butter

Add apples and lemon juice to frying pan with 2 T. butter and sauté about 10 minutes.  Mix in cinnamon.  Put a little butter into Round Tray and melt in oven.  Divide apple mixture among wells, then add 1/4 c. + 1 T. batter  in each well.  Bake at 425 for 15 minutes until puffy, golden and done in the center.  Drizzle maple syrup on top if you like.
You can save yourself a step by putting the apples and lemon juice with butter into each cup of the Round Tray and cook in oven first.

 

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One Response

  1. My recipe for apple crisp
    Ok, this works for blackberries and also for peaches and strawberries. Or any combination thereof.

    First, cut up the fruit to the desired size. If it’s a little too tart, add some sugar, maybe a pinch of salt. Put that in your pan.

    Then, combine roughly equal parts of flour and sugar. You can vary what type of flour and sugar you use. Sometimes I use whole wheat flour, or I add some dry oats. Sometimes I use white sugar and sometimes I use dark brown sugar. Once your flour and sugar are combined, dump some butter in there and rub it between your fingers with the flour and sugar until it resembles coarse meal. Then, dump that on top of your fruit and bake at 350 until it’s golden brown. You can always add more butter cut up on the top if you really like it rich. Yummy! Best served with home-made buttermilk icecream but that’s another comment. 🙂
    Amy Cline at 9/11/2008 4:21 PM

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