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Monday, February 4, 2013

Apple Slauce

Apple slauce are slices of apples
that are seasoned and then microwaved.
The apple slices stay well, slices.
And are crunchy not mushy like sauce.
You can use this in cereal, oatmeal, or as
a filling in desserts, cookies and cakes.
To make apple tarts, crisps or crumbles.

1 Granny Smith Apple
2 tablespoons sugar
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
dash of salt

Wash, cut off both ends and peel the apple.
Use a mandoline or a knife to slice the
apple into really paper thin slices.
Place in a glass measuring cup and season
with salt, cinnamon and sugar to taste.
Cover measuring cup and microwave on high
power for 45 seconds, remove, stir to cool.
One apple makes about 1/2 cup of apple slauce.

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