A type of fruit juice that is made from the pulp of apples processed for their juice. It is a very clear liquid from which the pulp has been removed. This juice is often used to flavor meats, or as an ingredient in dressings and sauces, adding a sweet apple flavor. Generally, apple cider and apple juice are the same, however there may be several differences. Apple cider may be unfiltered or have no preservatives, while apple juice is filtered and may have preservatives added. And, apple cider may not be pasteurized while apple juice is typically pasteurized. For recipes from the United States, apple juice and apple cider may be used interchangeably in recipes without causing a noticeable difference in the end product.
Apple butter is great on toast, bread, and plain crackers. It is especially good when the apple butter is homemade. We can show you how to make apple butter, which may seem time consuming, but it is well worth the effort. Starting with good applesauce is important.
Also, see How to Make:Peach Cobbler | Apple Crisp | Apple Crumble | Blueberry BuckleApple Pandowdy | Blueberry Grunt | Peach Slump
Apple Brown Betty
Brown Betty is a name given to an early era baked pudding dessert made by those who came to America during the 1600's.
Also, see How to Make:Peach Cobbler | Apple Crisp | Apple Crumble | Blueberry BuckleApple Brown Betty | Blueberry Grunt | Peach Slump
A pandowdy is a sweet dessert that is made with a pastry or bread dough topping that covers a fruit base made from one or several fruits.
Use your favorite baking apples for this easy to make apple crumble recipe. An apple crumble is very similar to an apple crisp except that the topping for an apple crisp generally contains oats and often nuts, giving it a coarser texture than the apple crumble topping.