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from Meadville, PA 4 1/2 cups Sugar 1 cup cornstarch 2 tsp cinnamon 1/4 tsp nutmeg 1 tsp salt 10 cups water 3 tbl lemon juice 5 1/2 - 6 lbs apples = (24 cups peeled, cored, & sliced apples) In a large pan blend first four ingredients. Add salt then stir in water. Cook and stir until clear, thick and bubbling sort of foamy. Add raw apples to syrup as it is cooking and heat through. Add lemon juice. Pack apples in jars leaving one inch head space. fill with hot syrup. To seal process quarts twenty minutes in a hot water bath. Yields - seven quarts.

Apple Pie Filling in a Jar


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from Meadville, PA

4 1/2 cups
Sugar
1 cup
cornstarch
2 tsp
cinnamon
1/4 tsp
nutmeg
1 tsp
salt
10 cups water
3 tbl
lemon juice
5 1/2 - 6 lbs apples = (24 cups peeled, cored, & sliced apples)

In a large
pan blend first four ingredients. Add salt then stir in water. Cook and stir until clear, thick and bubbling sort of foamy. Add raw apples to syrup as it is cooking and heat through. Add lemon juice. Pack apples in jars leaving one inch head space. fill with hot syrup. To seal process quarts twenty minutes in a hot water bath. Yields - seven quarts.



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from Huddleston, VA, United States wrote:8  3

Wonderful! Have used this from a friend before and lost it. Glad to see it on the internet. So simple to do and results are great.
Bake a pie crust, pour it in and bake. For working people this is a winner.
5 starsSeptember 6, 2001


 
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