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Hundreds of cooking apples

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boo1507 Thu 21-Sep-17 13:49:17

Looking for inspiration - have been gifted lots and lots of cooking apples. I've made a strudel, a crumble and am planning a cobbler. Any slightly more unusual ideas/recipes to inspire me?

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Henrythehoover Thu 21-Sep-17 13:51:41

Sounds boring but my nan always mixes a bit of golden syrup with butter melts it them mixes in cornflakes until they are covered. Puts the mixture on top of stewed apple in a pie dish cooks until the cornflakes edges turn a bit brown and that's it. Sounds dull but it tastes so good.

FlaviaAlbia Thu 21-Sep-17 13:53:33

Apple butter, it's delicious.

Stanislas Thu 21-Sep-17 14:32:45

Apple jelly ,tarte tatin, all sorts of chutney, baked apples .

pollywollydoodle Thu 21-Sep-17 14:36:02

Chutney?
Stew lightly and freeze in small portions. Defrost later for crumbles, apple sauce etc

FlaviaAlbia Thu 21-Sep-17 14:53:39

Apple fudge cake beebrecipes.co.uk/recipe/apple_fudge_cake_04008

GETTINGLIKEMYMOTHER Mon 25-Sep-17 09:38:04

We always have a lot from a dd's tree. I make apple chutney and stew - not for too long - a lot to freeze for apple crumbles etc. later. Also apple cake, which is lovely and moist.
Top tip - don't bother peeling them! I stopped bothering some time ago, except for taking off any manky bits, and for the apple cake. Nobody notices the difference, let alone cares.

With Christmas just about looming on the horizon, another thing that's really nice for using up stewed apple is an apple and mincemeat pie. Pastry on a plate, layer of mincemeat from a jar on top, good layer of apples on top, pastry lid. The flavours go really well together, especially if the apple is not too sweet.

WhatHaveIFound Tue 26-Sep-17 08:28:28

We have tonnes of apples at the moment. So far I've made Indian spiced chutney, toffee apple jam and apple cake. Plus stewed apples for the freezer. I just need to work out what to do with the 5kg i have left!

pollywollydoodle Wed 27-Sep-17 17:29:31

Could I have the recipe for toffee apple jam, please...sounds great

WhatHaveIFound Wed 27-Sep-17 20:11:39

It's here. I tasted it as i was going along and it's delicious!

jensner Wed 27-Sep-17 20:12:32

Chutney that you can then give as Christmas presents.

Mummyoftwo91 Wed 27-Sep-17 20:51:17

Pre rolled bought puff pastry, thinly slices apples, sprinkle of brown sugar and cinnamon on top, serve warm with salted caramel ice cream

kateandme Thu 28-Sep-17 10:54:45

pork,cider and apple pie or stews
tarte tatin.
freeze then make into little jam jar crumbles for xmas pressies.
if you really have to many what abiut local sheltr food kitchens.if they don't take the raw you could make something to take from them
restaurants.
make some muffins
Norwegian apple cake
blackberry and apple cake.
berry and apple Yorkshire puddings.
cook down and freeze

Jemimapuddleduk Thu 28-Sep-17 10:58:45

I'd stew lots of them and freeze then can be used later in porridge or muffins or with pork/chicken roast dinner.

CreamCrackerundertheSettee Thu 28-Sep-17 11:00:58

Apple jelly uses up loads. It is delicious and very good with cheese!

LonnyVonnyWilsonFrickett Thu 28-Sep-17 11:03:12

Chutney - I make an indian one that's basically a lime pickle recipe using apples instead of limes (you don't need to cook it anywhere near as long)

Apple jelly - I think sweet apple jelly is a bit boring so I knock down the sugar a bit, cook the apples with chillies and rosemary then when I put it into the jar I add a sprig of rosemary (blanch it in boiling water so there's no germs going into the jar) - great with cheese.

And last year I mulled apples - stewed them with sugar, red wine, star anise, cinammon and cloves, bagged them up then stuck them in the freezer. You can use as a base for pies, crumble etc or just warm them through and serve with ice cream.

I have a lot of apples....

pollywollydoodle Thu 28-Sep-17 11:53:37

Thank you whathaveidone I know what I'm doing on Sunday smile

EleanorFoodie Thu 28-Sep-17 16:12:30

Cabbage and apple slaw it great on a miso glazed chicken burger or as a side option.

Apple cider mimosa are delicious if your entertaining along with spiced warm cider.

Apple crumble ice cream with a toffee sauce.

Caramel candied apples are great for making with the kids.

Hope this helps.

RickOShay Thu 28-Sep-17 16:16:07

thanks for this i am drowning in them!

InigoTaran Tue 03-Oct-17 09:28:26

Non alcoholic cider!

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