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Apple recipes please!

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MinorArcana Thu 26-Mar-20 14:33:17

DH has brought home about 20 surplus apples from work. We already have plenty of fresh fruit, including 6 more apples at home.

I think we’ll struggle to eat all the apples before they go off.

Can anyone suggest any recipes to use them up, other than apple sauce?
Preferably ones that freeze well.

Raera Thu 26-Mar-20 14:37:30

Well, who would have known - I certainly didn't! Google says:

TheWoollybacksWife Thu 26-Mar-20 14:40:29

I would cut them up and cook until just soft with a bit of sugar if needed and then freeze them. Defrost them at a future date for apple pie or crumble.

Ricekrispie22 Thu 26-Mar-20 15:36:00




Loaf cake

Weedsnseeds1 Thu 26-Mar-20 16:41:04

I was about to say freeze. If you dip the slices in lightly salted water first, they stay white.
You could also assemble a crumble ready to cook, then freeze

Blondie1984 Fri 27-Mar-20 02:11:04

Make apple crisps
Apple cake/pie
Apple strudel
Bircher muesli

deplorabelle Fri 27-Mar-20 06:22:07

Apple achar (Indian pickle). It's best with cooking apples but you could add sharpness with lemon juice or vinegar

sorryiasked Fri 27-Mar-20 06:44:15

Not a recipe a such but you can't beat ahh apple and syrup sandwich blush

AdaColeman Fri 27-Mar-20 06:44:45

Tarte tatin, Eve’s pudding, Apple snow, French apple flan?

SurpriseSparDay Fri 27-Mar-20 06:54:23

I made this earlier this week. Ridiculously easy and more-ish. (Apples, peeled, cored and chopped, obvs!) 40 mins in oven.

SurpriseSparDay Fri 27-Mar-20 06:55:58

Sorry, it’s a Dorset Apple Cake. (From The Apple Source Book by Sue Clifford & Angela King.

Sizeablecontours Fri 27-Mar-20 07:02:19

Not sure about freezing but this one is really good (Riverford upside down apple cake).

MinorArcana Fri 27-Mar-20 17:11:14

Some great ideas, thanks everyone!

AdaColeman Fri 27-Mar-20 17:30:57

Baked apple was always popular here, and used up things like a few walnuts, the end of a jar of honey, a handful of sultanas. Good served on its own or with cream, yoghurt or ice cream.

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