101 Things to Do With Apples

101 Things to Do With Apples

by Madge Baird
     
 

More than 2 million copies sold in our popular “101” series.

Often referred to as the "Forbidden Fruit," they can be eaten raw, cooked, dried, juiced, sauced, baked, jammed, or stuffed. With recipes like Pecan-Apple Muffins, Roasted Apple-Vegetable Medley, Rustic Apple Tart, Toasted Chicken-Apple Sandwiches and Apple Almond Cheesecake, there are

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More than 2 million copies sold in our popular “101” series.

Often referred to as the "Forbidden Fruit," they can be eaten raw, cooked, dried, juiced, sauced, baked, jammed, or stuffed. With recipes like Pecan-Apple Muffins, Roasted Apple-Vegetable Medley, Rustic Apple Tart, Toasted Chicken-Apple Sandwiches and Apple Almond Cheesecake, there are 101 sweet and savory solutions for dinner and dessert.

Madge Baird is a seasoned cookbook editor and the author of 101 Things to do with Rotisserie Chicken as well as an avid gardener, and is known in her neighborhood as a creative good cook. She lives in Clinton, Utah.

Editorial Reviews

SanFranciscoBookReview.com - Holly Scudero

Apples are an amazingly versatile fruit; they are delicious raw and have infinite possibilities when it comes to cooking. Seriously. If you’re not sure what to do with apples aside from making a pie or mixing them into oatmeal, pick up 101 Things to Do With Apples and prepare to have your world rocked. Tired of just adding apple chunks to a boring green salad? Try Warm Grilled Chicken, Apple and Leek Salad instead. Apple in your soup? You bet! Cook up a pot of Beet and Apple Soup, and see how delicious it can be! This little book includes recipes for meat dishes, meatless dishes, condiments, and an abundance of dessert options. Butterscotch Apple Muffins, Maple Raisin-Apple Tartlets, and Nutella and Fried-Apple Tortilla Wraps are sure to get your mouth watering! No pictures to be found, but the recipes are formatted nicely, and all are listed in the table of contents in the front of the book. If you’re looking for some new ideas, give this book a try! You’re sure to find something that appeals to you.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781423606659
Publisher:
Smith, Gibbs Publisher
Publication date:
10/01/2012
Pages:
128
Sales rank:
1,512,473
Product dimensions:
7.04(w) x 4.48(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range:
16 Years

Meet the Author

Madge Baird is a seasoned cookbook editor who has taught soup classes in her community for many years and is the author of 101 Things To Do With Rotisserie Chicken. She is the owner of Farmgirl Produce, a small farm and farmers market business in her hometown of Clinton, Utah.

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Melt-in-Your Mouth Apple Bundt Cake

1 Betty Crocker Golden Vanilla cake mix

2 tablespoons flour

1/ 2 cup oil

3 eggs

1 cup water

5-6 medium cooking apples, peeled and sliced

3 tablespoons packed brown sugar

1/ 2 cup plus 2 tablespoons sugar

whipped topping

caramel sundae syrup

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Oil and flour a Bundt pan; tap out excess flour.

Stir cake mix and flour together in a large bowl; add eggs, oil, and water; mix well. Pour a little more than half of cake mix into bottom of Bundt pan; distribute evenly. Place apple slices on top of batter, all around the ring. Sprinkle about three-fourths of the combined sugars over the apples. Spoon remaining batter evenly over apples and sprinkle with remaining sugar.

Bake for 38-42 minutes, until a skewer inserted from the side to the center comes out clean and cake is just beginning to pull away from sides of pan. Remove from oven and cool on a wire rack until pan is cool enough to handle. Use a narrow rubber spatula to gently loosen cake from sides of pan. Place a cake plate over top of pan and invert to release cake onto the plate. Serve with whipped topping and caramel syrup. Makes 10-12 servings.

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