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Cooking Apples!

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Mum2Fergus Mon 21-Oct-13 13:51:33

Lovely neighbour just handed me a big bag of them! Other than the obligatory crumble, what can I do with them? Can they be frozen in any way?!

cedar12 Mon 21-Oct-13 14:30:34

They freeze really well if you stew them with a bith of sugar. Then you can just defrost them as you need them. They are lovely with toffee sauce and vanilla ice cream.

dyslexicdespot Mon 21-Oct-13 14:41:30

I agree with cedar. Just be sure to freeze them in pie portion sizes.

Pootles2010 Mon 21-Oct-13 14:47:26

I've made this apple cake, its really nice! v moist and will do nicely in packed lunches etc, in fact i've just had a slice with my cuppa grin

Bit odd in that you whisk egg and sugar first then add butter, but other than that its all good.

Clutterbugsmum Mon 21-Oct-13 14:53:37

My sister made these Apple samosas yesterday.

momb Mon 21-Oct-13 14:58:32

peel, core and slice, chucking each piece into a bowl of water with a squirt of lemon in. When you have a pie#'s worth, hoik them out and freeze in a sealed plastic bag with as much air sucked out as you can. they will discolour a little as they defrost but put some blackberries or a load of cinnamon in and no-one will know :-). I find that if I cook before freezing it is basically apple sauce by the time it's defrosted and doesn't make a satisfactory pie.

Mrspebble Mon 21-Oct-13 15:15:15

Eve's pudding is gorgeous

Fluffycloudland77 Mon 21-Oct-13 18:07:13

You could stew them in the slow cooker for a few hours.

Mum2Fergus Mon 21-Oct-13 18:28:17

Thanks all...made a lovely apple/raisin/cinnamon crumble which we've just scoffed lol the remainder I've peeled cored and sliced and split into freezer bags smile

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