How to Make Fried Apples
You will need:
- Apples (Golden Delicious)
- Apple Juice
- Corn Starch
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Place apples in a single layer in a large skillet.
- Pour apple juice over.
- Put this over medium heat. You want these to just simmer until the apples are fork tender. Keep an eye on these while you do the next steps. You’ll need to be nearby to turn them a few times in order to have them cook evenly.
- While those are cooking, put corn starch, allspice, cinnamon, and sugar in a medium sized bowl.
- Stir that up with a wire whisk.
- Once your apples are fork tender, remove them from the pan using a slotted spoon so the juice remains in the pan.
- Now, you really do want these fork tender, not cooked to the point of surrender 😉
- Just set them aside in a bowl, big enough to stir a bit because we are about to pour a sauce over them.
- That hot apple juice in your skillet is now going to be poured into your bowl of dry ingredients.
- Whisk this together until smooth. Until you get all of the lumps and such out.
- Pour this mixture back in your skillet and cook over medium heat until bubbly and thickened.
- Let me tell ya, one minute it will be runny and then two seconds later it will be THICK. So pay attention!
- Pour this ooey goodness over your apples.
- Stir it up until you have this magnificent dish.
Tips for this Fried Apples Recipe
- If you’ve never used allspice in your apple dishes, you are missing out!
What allspice does is make the cinnamon *pop* in your recipes.
It simply amplifies the cinnamon flavor. I like to add a pinch of it (a generous pinch) whenever cinnamon is called for in addition to the cinnamon.
- Cut your apples in wedges but leave the skin on. Don’t worry, it will be nice and tender when they are done!
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