This quick to prepare apple pickle doesn’t require a full day at the stove. Simply soak apples, cucumbers, shallots and a little chili in a sweet-and-sour bath for 30 minutes and enjoy it as a refreshing side salad or relish.
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Our friends at Fruits and Veggies – More Matters developed this delicious fall dish that’s perfect for a cozy fall evening. This quick-fixing chili, with a base of sautéed, puréed red apples and yellow corn, is so thick and flavorful that you’d never know it’s low in fat and sodium
Apples effortlessly fit into any type of menu or gathering, from casual get‐togethers to elegant soirées. For October’s National Apple Month, try hosting an apple pairing party with these fun and tasty pairings.
The sweetness of apples softens the bitter notes of the pomegranate in this delicious, easy-to-make sorbet.
In today’s busy world, portable snacks are a must so that hungry kids can have something to munch between school and after-school commitments. Don’t worry, apples have your back.
Apples, blue cheese and walnuts make a delicious flavor combination for any time of the year. Use store-bought dough to make this an easy, everyday meal, or plan ahead and make your own.
Now that spring is in full swing, the seasonal bounty of garden-grown veggies is starting its parade across your plate, beginning with radishes, baby lettuces and asparagus, and rolling right into cucumbers, tomatoes and peppers. Remember that the crunch and sweetness of apples makes them an essential co-ingredient in all of your garden creations.
For a leisurely brunch, prepare this Apple Puff Omelet – a delicious combination of apples and eggs.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, or so the saying goes. There’s no better food to add to your breakfast than apples, which are rich in vitamins and fiber.
Serve apple butter alongside breadbaskets and cheese trays, or spread liberally on piping hot pancakes and biscuits.