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"These spicy, tender, succulent sliced apples are the perfect breakfast side dish, and make a great accompaniment to pork chops. The most time-consuming part of the preparation is the peeling, coring, and slicing of the apples, and even that doesn't take too terribly long. I discard the Butter Buds in favor of actual butter, which I melt in the microwave and stir together with the other coating ingredients. This is a recipe to rely on, one that has quickly become a favorite in my household."- ChrisInTheKitchen
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1. Preheat the oven to 350F / 180C.
2. Peel and core the apples. Cut each one into 16 slices and arrange the slices in an 8"x 8" baking dish.
3. In a small bowl, combine the water with the flour, cornstarch, and Butter Buds and stir until the dry ingredients are dissolved and not lumpy. Add the brown sugar and cinnamon and stir until smooth.
4. Pour the cinnamon mixture over the apple slices, cover the dish with foil, and bake for 40 minutes. Stir the apples every 10 minutes.
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quinny89 3 months agoI loved this. I made a full cake pan of the apples and they were gone in 5 min. and there is only 4 if us and 2 are under 4 lol. Will be making this next week again
ChrisInTheKitchen 7 months agoThese spicy, tender, succulent sliced apples are the perfect breakfast side dish, and make a great accompaniment to pork chops. The most time-consuming part of the preparation is the peeling, coring, and slicing of the apples, and even that doesn't take too terribly long. I discard the Butter Buds in favor of actual butter, which I melt in the microwave and stir together with the other coating ingredients. This is a recipe to rely on, one that has quickly become a favorite in my household.
Jennifercox 8 months ago
cleversea 8 months agoI have this recipe in one of my Top Secret cookbooks and have always loved it. We use way less water than the recipe calls for. (Maybe a quarter cup!) We also use butter, not butter buds and we put the cut up butter on the apples rather than mix it in with the other ingredients.
Sharonesq 1 year agotaste is very good. but mine came out a bit runny. i measured very accurately being more of a baker than a cook. I used lemon juice on apples as i completed each. i used 4 apples and juice of about half a lemon. next time i will use more flour and cornstarch. i think the sauce just needs to be thicker and it would be perfect.
tracieblankenshipredisi 1 year ago
Merman8 1 year agoYum! Left the skins on because I was lazy and I like the skins. Added cloves to mix it up a little. Awesome. Only baked these thin slices 32 mins. Just right for me.
stevestubbs 1 year agosuper awesome....I wish I had made two dishes. I barely got to taste it because the family ate it all -- even the sauce. Will make again this weekend. OH, we had vanilla yogurt ice-cream with it and I used Honey Crisp apples. Very yummy.
tonirobbins2 1 year agoSo yummy!!! I pulled them out ten minutes early. I liked them still a little solid rather then softer but great recipe and supper easy. I bought a bag of already sliced apples to save more time. All I had to do was cut the peel off.
Glen448 1 year agoI love this recipe it tastes like a mix between hot apple cider and pears
amandacrow 2 years agoVery good and simple!! Family loved it.
Czwhiz 2 years agoNice winter side dish. Met family approval. Thanks!
Mrpix 2 years agoUsed granny smith and 40 minutes. Just a touch of nutmeg for my wife... Fabulous! ! This will be a regular item with my pork roast. Rave reviews, probably good over ice cream too.
nedross 2 years agoAwesome and easy! Called Boston Mkt, they use Jonathan apples. Couldn't find those so I have tried several types and reccommend Granny Smith as #1 alternative. I also shorten cook time to 33 to 35 minutes to prevent apples from getting too mushy. Great dish to bring when invited to dinner. Big hit!
Iamo92 2 years agoAwesome!!! It took me a hour to make because I'm new a cooking. It tasted awesome. I had to use a knife to de-pit the apple. :) Awesomeness
lmivroman 2 years agoA good, simple receipe. Prepared for a meeting to be enjoyed as a snack. Wish the syrup had been a tad thicker (maybe add a little extra corn starch next time?)
amyandell 2 years agoI made this for my kiddos and they LOVED it! I substituted the corn starch (I didn't have any) for more flour and it was still good.
Tammy_markland 2 years agoThis was so easy and delicious. I forgot to add the salt because it wasn't in the prep instructions but still tasted good. I think next time i'll make sure I have some ice cream on hand.
Pegi 2 years agoTruly wonderful! Have made many times with various main courses - always a success! I do so miss Boston Market - always had this side dish and was Soooooo disappointed when they left Washington!
Tiffanylnew 3 years agoIt was fast, easy, and tasted GREAT!!!