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Combine all ingredients in a heavy non-reactive saucepan over medium high heat. Bring to a boil. Immediately reduce heat to low. Simmer 5-7 minutes, stirring occasionally, until apples are very soft. Transfer apple mixture to a food processor or blender and purée.
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ginahobbs 9 months agoI used honey crisp apples and added a touch of cardamom, vanilla, and mixed white and brown sugar. I used an immersion blender and left a few chunks. Served over grilled pork chops. OMG...delish!!!
Worker62 2 years agoGreat recipe. Nice and easy. We used honey crisp apples. Nice and tart and also added a touch of cardamom and mace spices. I think I need to make bigger batches. This one disappeared off the stove.
Greatbakes5 2 years agoGreat recipe!!
Paddlemoore 2 years agoUsed fresh picked Cortland apples and it was great.
mcdeek 2 years agoI used Gravenstein apples, added 1 tsp. of nutmeg and used a handheld stick blender. Great, easy and reliable recipe!
leahkenyon 2 years agoDid not peel apples, just cored. Boiled in plain water for 13 mins. Then I put apples in the blender with the sugar, cinnamon, and 1/3 cup orange juice. Blended until smooth. Delicious!
rkim 2 years agoI didn't add any sugar or cinnamon. I used 2 honeysuckle apples, and 1 (ginormous)Asian Pear; boiled, then pureed in a blender, and was ready to eat right away. It was naturally sweet and delicious.
cleverkt 6 years agoPer serving: calories 132, fat 0.4g, 3% calories from fat, cholesterol 0mg, protein 0.2g, carbohydrates 34.1g, fiber 3.1g, sugar 30.3g, sodium 1mg, diet points 2.5. [I posted this recipe.]