Recipe: Baked Apples – 2 Ways

Baked Apples - Two Ways

Oh cold weather speaks of Baked Apples, such comforting food, especially when cooked with a little Marsala.

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Baked Apples

Apples, e.g. Golden Delicious or Granny Smith brown sugar unsalted butter
cinnamon dried fruit fresh lemon peel, grated, or dried lemon peel
honey brandy or rum (optional) orange juice, apple juice, white wine or water
cream or Marscapone cheese

Remove the core from the apples. With a sharp knife, indent a circle about 5cm from the top of the apple, right around the apple, so that the skin will separate as it cooks. Place them in a close-fitting baking dish.

Mix together brown sugar, butter at room temperature, a little cinnamon, dried fruit, lemon peel, a touch of brandy or rum, and a little honey. Fill the centre of the apples. Put a little juice, wine or water in the bottom of the dish, and dot with a little extra butter. Cook in a moderate oven until the apple is beautifully caramelised, indeed almost burnt on the top, with a sticky glaze. The time will depend on the type and size of the apple, around 35 – 45 minutes. Serve hot with a generous dollop of cream or Marscapone.

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Baked Apples in Marsala with Crème Fraîche

Spectacular! after the mode of Baked Pears with Marsala and Cinnamon.

Marsala Crème Fraîche melted butter
sugar

Prepare Baked Apples as above by stuffing with fruit, peel, honey, sugar and butter. A little Marsala can be added to the stuffing mixture.

Brush apples with melted butter, sprinkle with sugar and pour Marsala around the apples. Bake as for Baked Apples , and serve each apple in the centre of a large white plate, drizzle sauce over and around the apple, and spoon crème fraîche around the sauce. Spectacular!

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Enjoy!

Namaskaram.

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