Princes Fruit Filling Apple (395g) - Pack of 2
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Process the jars in a water bath canner for 20 minutes for both pints and quarts. (Recipe is written for a 7-quart canner batch below 1000 feet in elevation, see notes for other batch sizes and elevations). Brilliant. And I’m sooo looking forward to having the leftovers for breakfast (it’s healthy, oats and apples, surely.. 🙂 ? ) Canned apples can be prepared using several different types of canning liquid. Fruit juices such as apple, pear, and grape as well as homemade canning syrups, are all good options to explore.
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The apple filling is not dry or watery. It is made ever so slightly jammy / syrupy with the addition of flour mixed with the usual sugar (plus cinnamon for fragrance). Just a bit of flour really makes a difference; and I did however go to make it again and I have measure my baking soda and spices wrong. Instead of measuring 3/4tsp of spices and baking soda I got my spoons muddled and I measured half a tbsp plus 1/4tsp of all spices and salt. Is there anyway I can tweak this recipe so I can use these dry ingredients and not waste! Drain them super well before adding them to recipes. There’s a good bit of extra moisture in those jars and in the fruit itself. Drain the jars in a fine mesh strainer, let them sit over a bowl for a bit and naturally drain off the excess.
I made your moist apple cake twice over the weekend and it has been an absolute hit!!! Thank you so much for the beautiful recipe. Amazing! Doubed the recipe to bring to a dinner party for 20 adults. Made ahead and brought tray of apples and topping separately to combine just before putting in the oven. Top yogurt, muesli, or oats with canned apple slices, adding an optional sprinkle of golden raisins and pinch of cinnamon for a comforting breakfast on cold mornings.
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Honeycrisp apples work exceptionally well for canning. They hold their shape through cooking and have amazing flavor. Syrup for Canning ApplesThis Apple Cake recipe is from areader and is a gem of a find! The cake is reallymoist, perfectly spiced, and studdedwith tender pieces of fresh apple. The batter is incredibly fast to make with just a wooden spoon – no electric mixer required! But the minute whatever I’m making is readyand Itake it to the area where I shoot my photos, he comes dashing inside. This is how the usual routine goes down: He’s technically not allowed into the kitchen – albeit my house is open planso strictly speaking, it’s hard to have a clear boundary that he needs to stay out of. But when I shoo him away,he is generally pretty good about taking himself off into the yard to chase rabbits, bark at birdsor whatever other important contribution he’s making to make this world a better place.
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Batch Size ~ It takes roughly 19 pounds of whole apples to fill a canner batch of 7 quarts (about 2 3/4 pound per quart). For pints, estimate 12 3/4 pounds of apples for a 9-pint canner batch (or about 1 1/4 pounds apples per pint). I like to use Granny Smith apples because the sweet-tart palette appeals to me. If you prefer not to have tartness, then feel free to use sweet red apples. Apple Pull-Apart Bread is a delicious and fun treat perfect for breakfast or brunch. This particular was designed specifically with canned slices in mind.This is The Apple Crumble recipe I’ve been making for years and years.Ever since my sister made an Apple Crumble by a well known celebrity chef for my birthday dinner (yes I’m weird, I seriously requested Apple Crumble instead of a birthday cake)and it was terribly disappointing. Place the pan in the oven and bake until the apples have softened a bit and started to release some liquid - about 10 minutes. My all-time favorite way to use home-canned apple slices is in a simple compote (such as this recipe for apple compote from the New York Times). Apple compote, which is essentially a less refined but equally-as-tasty take on fresh applesauce, is delicious when served warm on top of pancakes, folded into crepes, or piled onto homemade waffles.