Fried Apples

Fried apples have been a menu staple my entire life. I remember watching my grandma make them, as well as my mom.

They go great with pork or chicken dishes or anytime you want something delicious to add to the table. You can spoon them over vanilla ice cream, serve alongside spice cake or just enjoy the spicy, caramel goodness all by itself.

These are also really easy to make.

Fried apples have been a menu staple my entire life. I remember watching my grandma make them, as well as my mom.

They go great with pork or chicken dishes or anytime you want something delicious to add to the table. You can spoon them over vanilla ice cream, serve along side spice cake or just enjoy the spicy, caramel goodness all by itself.

These are also really easy to make.

Here are the simple ingredients. Figure on half an apple per person.

 

Slice and core your apple, leaving the peel on. You can do this while your butter is melting in the skillet. I like to use a non-stick skillet for the apples.

 

Once the butter is melted, add apples, cinnamon and sugar. Cover and let simmer, stirring occasionally.

 

Cook until the apples are tender and the cinnamon, butter and sugar have created a beautiful caramel sauce on the apples.

 

Then enjoy! Just look at all that caremel-y deliciousness.

 

Fried Apples

1 apple

1 tbsp. butter

1 tsp. cinnamon

1/3 cup brown sugar

Wash apple then core and slice. I like medium-thick slices (about 1/3 inch). Melt butter in a non-stick skillet over medium heat. When melted, add apples, cinnamon and sugar. Stir until apples are coated. Cover and simmer until apples are tender (about 15 minutes) and the sauce is thick and makes you want to eat it with a spoon.

Inhale the fragrant scent and enjoy!

 

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