|by Martha Rose Shulman|
An award-winning author combines the twin American passions for the sensuous food of the Mediterranean and healthy eating.
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Peel and core apples; cut into ... the consistency of pie filling. On a ... 300 degrees. Place pies in oil. Fry ... on pies. Makes approximately 30 pies.
Mix applesauce, sugar, and spices. Set aside. Heat fat to 450 degrees. Roll out biscuits, put applesauce mix in center, fold over, seal edges. Drop ...
Cook apples in water until ... 3 or 4 pies at a time ... Sprinkle with powdered sugar, if desired, or serve with a scoop of homemade ice cream. Serves 10.
In large pan, put apples and sugar. Let ... they stick easily. You can freeze or can them. They taste like real dried apples. Really great for fried pies.
Roll real thin. ... spoon of cooked apples seasoned to taste. ... Sometimes I place on a cookie sheet and bake. Don't roll out all of dough at one time.
Peel apples and slice. Cook ... water. Beat cooked apples; put in white sugar, brown sugar, cinnamon. Roll out biscuit dough; thinly roll over. Seal and fry.
Combine. Rub in ... dough. Cook dried apples until tender. Mash ... amount of shortening over very low heat until dough is well done and delicately browned.
Melt butter in large shallow pan. Roll out biscuits, about 6 inches round. Put about 1/2 cup apples. Bake at 300 degrees for about 20 minutes.
Cook apples in boiling water ... Cover with the other rounds. And press edges together with a fork. Fry in deep fat and drain on brown paper. Makes 12 pies.
Add a little water to apples and sugar and ... refrigerator before making pies. Add about ... crimp with a fork. Fry in a little hot oil until golden brown.
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