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101 Things to Do With Apples

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Sep 1, 2012
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Often referred to as the "Forbidden Fruit," they can be eaten raw, cooked, dried, juiced, sauced, baked, jammed, or stuffed. With recipes like Pecan-Apple Muffins, Roasted Apple-Vegetable Medley, Rustic Apple Tart, Toasted Chicken-Apple Sandwiches and Apple Almond Cheesecake, there are 101 sweet and savory solutions for dinner and dessert.

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101 Things to Do With Apples - Madge Baird

101 Things to Do With Apples

Madge Baird

101 Things to Do With Apples

Digital Edition 1.0

Text © 2012 Madge Baird

All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced by any means whatsoever without written permission from the publisher, except brief portions quoted for purpose of review.

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To Mom and Grandma B., whose delicious apple desserts are still my favorites, and to Mrs. Wallace, who taught me how to make apple pie without using a recipe. RIP.

101 Things to Do With Apples

Table of Contents

Helpful Hints Salads and Sandwiches Waldorf Salad Pistachio, Chicken, and Apple Salad Warm Grilled Chicken, Apple, and Leek Salad Apple Slaw Tuna Apple Salad Apple Link Salad Beet-Apple Salad Fruit and Nut Jell-O OJ Fruit Salad Tropical Fruit Salad Bacon Potato Salad Snappy Apple Salad Shredded Carrot and Apple Salad Uptown Grilled Cheese Sandwich Ham, Swiss, and Apple Sandwiches Toasted APB Sandwiches Toasted Chicken-Apple Sandwiches Tuna-Apple Broil Autumn Chicken Salad Curry Chicken Salad Sandwiches Hot Brie-Apple Chicken Quesadillas Soups and Stews Pumpkin-Apple Soup with Bacon Southwest Pumpkin Stew Beet and Apple Soup Butternut-Apple Soup Red Lentil Soup with Sweet Potato and Apple Curry Carrot-Apple Bisque Creamy Parsnip and Apple Soup Pimiento Cream Soup Easy Root Vegetable Stew Beefy Cabbage and Apple Stew Meats and Poultry Full-Meal Oven Roast Sunday Dutch Oven Pork Slow Cooker Apple-Cider Pot Roast Pork Chops with Sauteed Apples Dressed-Up Pork Medallions Apple and Seafood Kebabs Apple-Stuffed Chicken Breasts Turkey Meatballs with Apple-Dijon Glaze Mini Turkey Meatloaves Savory Main Dishes and Sides Sweet Potato, Orange, and Apple Bake Sweet-and-Sour Cabbage and Apple Skillet Warm Five-Spice Apple Slaw Skinny Spaghetti Sauce Spinach-Apple Saute Vegetable and Apple Curry Parmesan Roasted Apple-Vegetable Medley Company Pilaf Savory Sausage and Apple Rice Stuffing Sausage and Apple Pasta Stir-Fried Vegetables with Hoisin Overnight Breakfast Casserole Potato-Apple Gratin with Ham Apple-Stuffed Acorn Squash Apple Baked Beans Cran-Apple Stuffing Craisin-Apple Thanksgiving Stuffing Pies and Pastries Classic Double-Crust Apple Pie Cinnamon-Crumble Apple Pie Brown Sugar Apple Dumplings Wonton Apple Pockets a la Mode Rustic Apple Tart Donut Apple Fritters Burnished-Apple Tart Ring Maple Raisin-Apple Tartlets Easy Apple Strudel Mini Apple Dumplings with Ginger Ale Cakes, Cobblers, and Breads Apple Upside-Down Spice Cake Grandma’s Apple Cake Almond Apple Cheesecake Apple Spice Cupcakes Melt-in-Your Mouth Apple Bundt Cake Stovetop Cran-Apple Cobbler Apple Pandowdy Plum-Apple Clafouti Old-Timey Christmas Pudding with Nutmeg Cream Sauce Apple Bread Pudding with Caramel Sauce Apple ’n’ Cheese Drop Biscuits Pumpkin-Apple Muffins Butterscotch Apple Muffins Food Processor Apple Bread Apple Pancakes Blueberry-Apple Bird’s Nest Other Desserts Less-Sugar Apple Crisp Apple Brown Betty Applesauce Chocolate Chip Cookies Shaggy Apple Cookies Mom’s Stovetop Baked Apples Nutella and Fried-Apple Tortilla Wraps Orange-Apple Smoothie Pink Pear-Apple Smoothie Candy Apples Refrigerator Condiments and Preserves Jalapeno Apple Chutney Peach or Mango and Apple Salsa Slow Cooker Apple Butter Rhubarb-Apple Conserve Cran-Apple-Orange Relish Chunky Cinnamon Applesauce Wrinkled-Apple Sauce Pink Applesauce Dried Apple Snacks About the AuthorMetric Conversion Chart

Helpful Hints

1. About 7,500 varieties of apples are grown throughout the world. More than 2,500 varieties are grown in the United States and Canada.

2. Some varieties are better for baking than others. Pie apples should hold up and not become mushy when baked: neither should they remain crunchy. Granny Smith, Jonathan, Jonagold, Pink Lady, Golden Delicious, Rome, McIntosh, and Braeburn are a few good varieties for pies. The same varieties, plus many others, can be used for any of the recipes in this book where the apple is cooked. The fact is, all varieties will soften if cooked for a long enough time, but sometimes that would be longer than is good for the rest of the dish, such as the piecrust. The smaller the pieces of apple, the faster they cook.

3. For fresh eating, salads, sandwiches, and recipes where the apple will be distinguishable and a bit of crunch is desired, sweet, crisp apples are preferred though not mandatory. The sweetness depends on factors during the growing period and at what point they were harvested. Apples freshly picked from the tree are crisp, but their texture changes the longer they are stored. Some varieties stay crisp longer than others.

The key is to taste a sliver of the apple and see if it meets your expectations for the particular dish. If it’s a bit too tart, you might consider adding a small amount of sweetener; if already sweet, you may want to proceed without adding sweeteners or reduce the amount being added—unless making baked goods such as cakes or cookies, where the sugar becomes part of the total liquid and volume of the baked product.

4. Any apple can be used for cooking if the recipe calls for grating, chopping, mashing, or pureeing the finished dish (as in cakes, cookies, breads, soups, and sauces).

5. Two pounds of apples make a 9-inch pie. There are two or three large apples in a pound.

6. To peel or not

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