• New Zealand
17 Mar 08
Hi there... Among many other fruit trees, we have a granny smith apple tree growing out the backyard, and we stew and freeze our apples as well, we add a little sugar and a little water and let them cook until they're looking like mush, its great to eat them hot, poured over ice cream...
18 Mar 08
Generally, for cooking use a cooking apple, such as Bramley, you can use these too for baking as described but there also varieties particularly suited for baking as opposed to cooking in pies. When baking, first de-core the apple and fill the void with mincemeat or dried fruit. As well as cinimmon be sure to add some cloves. all the best urban
• United States
16 Mar 08
My mom used to make baked apples but would sprinkle some cinnamon on them too. I only liked them if they were peeled. I like to eat the peel on apples when they're raw but for some reason when they're cooked, the peel doesn't taste good to me. I also love cooked apples for applesauce, pie, cobbler, apple dumplings and apple crisp.
12 Mar 08
trusted... are very good! The recipe is simple: - Take apples with skin and put them in a tin - Put in the pan a little water and cover apples with a bit of sugar - Put in oven at 180° for about 1 hour - During the cook checks apples and wet them with the water that you put in the pan -when they are soft enough (about after 1 hour of cooking) are ready -Leaves cool -eat!