Versatility is the theme of this apple sauce recipe. The recipe comes in handy during the apple harvest season to preserve or freeze apples for later use.
Apple sauce is a delicious dessert. Serve it plain, with vanilla ice cream or custard. A mild natural yoghurt is one of my favourite combinations.
Cooked apples as a traditional filling for pies and pastries are often combined with cream cheese or nuts such as almonds, or walnuts, or some raisins are added. Popular examples are an apple pie, apple turnover or apple strudel.
Apple mash is also great to pair up with potato pancakes.
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For 3 people eating apple sauce with potato pancakes or filling one round apple pie we use about 1 kg apples. In general the sourer the apple you use is the more sugar you will probably add. If you use a sweeter one or mix different apples together you change the aroma and sweetness of the sauce. So please see the amounts as a rough
guideline and adjust the cooked apple recipe to your taste.
Step by step cooking instructions:
The apple sauce goes well with potato pancakes or makes a great filling for apple pies. All the same it can be served as a dessert on its own or spiced up with some ice cream or yoghurt.
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Apple Sauce Recipe