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Offline sdrocklin

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Roasted Apples
« on: October 23, 2007, 10:41:24 AM »
Hello all,
I just wanted to post this simple and yummy idea that we tried out last night.  I am a great fan of roasted vegetables---carrots with dill and parsley, onions/sweet potatoes/squash with turmeric and cinnamon, etc. So with apples in season---inexpensive and so tasty---I find myself bringing home large bags and wondering how to prepare them all.  This idea went over very well with my son and husband (read: toughest critics).  I hope you all enjoy it too!

10-15 Apples (more or less OK too) quartered, seeds removed, and chopped into 1 inch chunks, skins left on and thrown into a large baking dish or roasting pan,

juice of one or two limes squeezed over the top

cinnamon, ginger and a hint of nutmeg sprinkled over this,

stir to distribute and dot with 4 or 5 teaspoons of good quality butter

Bake at 400 degrees, stirring every so often until your entire house smells like Christmas and the apples are evenly browned and soft when you poke them, but not yet falling apart.  I imagine this would be delicious with pecans or walnuts tossed in toward the end and served with raw cream drizzled over the top!  Yum!
« Last Edit: October 23, 2007, 10:50:32 AM by Oshyan Greene »

Offline KathyC

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Re: Roasted Apples
« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2007, 04:55:36 PM »
Thanks for the recipe, sounds yummy. :)