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from New York, USA 8 to 10 large apples, mixed varieties unpeeled and washed or any amount you wish 1/2 cup water (so apples don't stick to pot upon initial cooking) sugar to taste—depends on sweetness of apples 1 tsp cinnamon or to taste Simply cut apples in half and throw in large pot. Add water and cover. Cook over medium high heat. Let apples cook until tender. Stir occassionally. When tender, drain off excess liquid. Place mixture in batches in a food mill to separate puree from peels and seeds. Adjust sweetness with some sugar. If desired add cinnamon to taste. Note: I use apples that have been around for a while, softened a bit and are not crisp for eating but wonderful for applesauce. The red skinned varieties make the red/pinkish color sauce. The above recipe makes a med. bowl, serving approx 8. Visit the Ross Family Homepage http://www.pipeline.com/~rosskat/ personal & culinary topics

Joan's Easy Homemade Rosy Applesauce


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New York, USA

8 to 10 large apples, mixed varieties unpeeled and washed or any amount you wish
1/2 cup water (so apples don't stick to
pot upon initial cooking)
sugar to taste—depends on sweetness of apples
1 tsp
cinnamon or to taste

Simply cut apples in half and throw in large
pot. Add water and cover. Cook over medium high heat. Let apples cook until tender. Stir occassionally. When tender, drain off excess liquid. Place mixture in batches in a food mill to separate puree from peels and seeds. Adjust sweetness with some sugar. If desired add cinnamon to taste. Note: I use apples that have been around for a while, softened a bit and are not crisp for eating but wonderful for applesauce. The red skinned varieties make the red/pinkish color sauce. The above recipe makes a med. bowl, serving approx 8.

Visit the Ross Family Homepage
http://www.pipeline.com/~rosskat/ personal & culinary topics



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