Get great apple recipes here, from soup to crumble pie. And find out which apple variety to use when cooking, for best results.
The nutty flavour of celery root (sometimes called celeriac) combines with apples to make this fine soup mildly perfumed with curry. It's delightful to look at in wide old-fashioned soup bowls or glass cups. Choose a juicy apple such as Gravenstein, Spartan or McIntosh for this recipe.
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This creamy apple pie with a crunchy top is a scrumptious way to get your apple a day.
Place pizza base on 12-inch (30 cm) round pizza pan; sprinkle with cranberries (if using).
In bowl, combine apples, sugar, butter, lemon juice and cin...
Use apples that hold their shape well: Golden Delicious, Idared, Mutsu, Northem Spy and Granny Smith.
Use Cortland, Empire or Golden Delicious apples because they'll keep their shape during cooking. Serve with egg noodles and a green salad.
PEI blueberries, raspberries and apples are the fixings for most lobster supper pies. Catherine Hennessey also favours a pear-and-apple combo with homemade ice cream.
Apples join forces with pears to create a rich, juicy pie, perfect for family dining or for potluck or buffet suppers. Use a cooking apple such as Ida Red, Northern Spy, Winesap or Gravenstein.
Rinse beans and sort, if necessary, discarding any blemished ones and any grit.
In large Dutch oven or stockpot, cover beans with 3 times their volume...
This is a perfect, fragrant and comforting dessert for a chilly fall evening. The recipe comes from Travis, who goes to Uptergrove Public School, and was submitted by the Orillia & Area Nutrition Network. The cake is delicious with vanilla frozen yogurt, and is still good the next day or even two days later.
Apple and cheese don't always mean pie. Here, with spinach, nuts and a zesty dressing, the apple/cheese combo makes a hearty salad. Try Spartan, Northern Spy, Rome Beauty or Winesap for this salad. Cortland apples, if available, are the very best salad apples because they don't discolour.
Apples baked with this honey-and-hazelnut m?nge are fine for any fancy dinner party. Northern Spy, Ida Red and Rome Beauty hold their shape best for baking. Serve these apples in your handsomest large wine goblets and pass a bowl of whipped cream or a pitcher of Custard (see Apple Snow with Preserved Ginger recipe).
This easy apple bar is just right for snacking or lunch boxes. Make the Brown Sugar Icing or simply sprinkle icing sugar over these spicy bars.
Serve with: Mashed potatoes. Cabbage — a member of the cruciferous family — is a tasty and inexpensive winter vegetable. It is very versatile because it can be eaten raw in salads, as a cooked vegetable or in soups and stews. Serve this dish with mustard.
Denis Bettinger, executive chef of The Fairmont Algonquin Hotel in St. Andrews by-the-Sea, N.B., created this innovative pie to showcase two best-loved foods of New Brunswick: apples and lobster.
In saucepan, bring orange rind and juice, wine, honey and nutmeg to boil; reduce heat and boil gently for 10 minutes or until reduced and slightly syr...
For a deliciously innovative winter salad, readily available beets, apples and spinach are more economical than out-of-season produce.
With a refreshing dressing that features apple and thyme, this salad takes on a novel, winning look. Of course, you can substitute your favourite apple variety for the tart kind, too. This salad makes a zesty appetizer course when you're entertaining.
Give latkes a zing with this spiced pear applesauce. For an attractive presentation, you can leave the spices in the sauce. Use a sweet-tart apple that softens easily, such as McIntosh or Gravenstein.
Preheat oven to 350°F (180°C).
In food processor, mix together flour, icing sugar and ginger. Using on/off motion, cut in butter until dough starts ...
Serve with basmati rice, or for added fibre and a nuttier taste serve with our easy Herbed Brown Rice (recipe link below).
Make your own applesauce or put it on the shopping list so you can make these moist, healthy snacks. Wrapped and frozen, big muffins like these make excellent quickie breakfasts and tuck very nicely into lunch bags.
This colourful slaw makes a great accompaniment for the last barbecue of the summer, or for hearty fall and winter pot roasts. Slicing the apples this way distributes their rosy redness throughout the dish. Try to use Cortland apples, which retain their white colour longest after chopping.
Grilling fruits and vegetables caramelizes their natural sweetness.
Stuffing: In large skillet, heat butter and oil over medium-high heat; cook mushrooms and onions, stirring occasionally, until liquid is evaporated, a...
Serve this rustic deep-dish pie at a fall get-together. Its dramatic presentation — right in the cast-iron skillet — is intriguing.
Sliced apples bake into a dense filling encased in a buttery crust. Use crisp apples, such as Northern Spy, Cortland or Spartan.
This perfect fusion of cheese, apple and walnuts hides inside crisp, buttery pastry in this recipe from our Holiday Baking: Sweet & Savoury special issue.
These sweet dessert latkes are crisp golden brown apple fritters. Serve with drained or flavoured yogurt or sweetened sour cream.
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