Re: How do you bake/stew an apple? Thanks! -nt-
04/09/03 09:23 AM
My grandma made the best baked apples. she would peel the apple and cut it in half. She would cut out the seeds/core and place the apples in a baking dish. The little hole where she cut out the seeds is facing up, and she would pack with brown sugar (and sometimes 3 raisins). She put a pat of butter on top of the brown sugar. (You could probably substitute a tiny bit of soy margarine, but not too much to keep fat content down.) I wish I knew the temp and time, but like mmacdonald says, 350 sounds right, until soft. mmmm!
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