|Tapas (Foods of the World)|
|by Richard Tapper|
In taverns across Spain you'll find folks enjoying a variety of small snacks, also known as tapas.
Results 1 - 10 of 49 for homemade applesauce
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Place in a saucepan and partly cover with water. Simmer until tender. Blend apples, skin and all in food processor until smooth. Add sugar or honey ...
Core, peel, slice and cook a bunch of your favorite apples in an adequate amount of water. As they begin to mush, throw in a handful of cinnamon Red ...
Use approximately 16 small apples (peel, seed, and quarter them). Place in salt water while working to keep them whiter. Use 3 cups water to 1 cup ...
Core apples and cube. Place in large pot and cover with water. Add nutmeg and cinnamon to your choosing. Simmer on the stove top until apples are ...
Peel apples and cut them into quarters. Remove the cores and seeds. Cut each quarter into half. Place apples into a saucepan and cover halfway with ...
Peel and slice ... careful not to let stick. (Add a little more water, if needed.) For "Chunky Applesauce", add sugar and cinnamon at beginning of cooking.
Put very little water in bottom of saucepan. Add apple slices. Cover and bring to boil. Reduce heat to low and cook until desired doneness. Add sugar ...
Boil chopped apples until tender. Add honey. Mash or blend with mixer. Add cinnamon.
Place 1/4 of ... Bring to a boil then reduce heat and simmer, stirring occasionally, about 15 to 20 minutes until the applesauce has the desired consistency.
1. Peel and core apples. Cutting them into quarters. 2. Put cut up apples, sugar, cinnamon and water into pan. 3. Cover and cook at medium heat for ...
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