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            Rating: 4.5
            • 90
            Recipe by: admin 0
            Created: Jun 9, 2018 6:22 AM

            Prep time

            10 m

            Cook time

            10 m

            Total time

            20 m



            Original recipe yields:

            3 servings (makes 3 cups)


            2 lbcooking apples
            4 tbspbutter
            sugar if required
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            1. Peel and core the apples. Thinly slice into a 7 cups casserole.
            2. Dot with the butter, cover with a vented lid and cook 5-8 mins. The apples should be completely cooked.
            3. Beat with a wooden spoon until quite smooth.
            4. Sweeten if required.

            Recipe Notes

            Serve with pork dishes or sausages.
            Low calorie: Omit the butter. Use eating apples instead of cooking for a sweeter low calorie sauce. They may need a longer cooking time and pureeing in a processor for a smooth sauce.

            Nutrition Facts

            Amount per serving ( total)

            % Daily Value*
            Calories206 kcal
            Total Fat10.6 g
            Saturated Fat6.5 g
            Trans Fat0 g
            Cholesterol20 mg
            Sodium7 mg
            Total Carbs29.9 g
            Dietary Fiber3 g
            Total Sugars23.7 g
            Protein1.2 g
            Vitamin A, RAE91 μg
            Vitamin B10.05 mg
            Vitamin B20.08 mg
            Vitamin B30.22 mg
            Vitamin B50.17 mg
            Vitamin B60.09 mg
            Vitamin B90.2 μg
            Vitamin B120.02 μg
            Choline10.3 mg
            Vitamin C9 mg
            Vitamin D0 IU
            Vitamin E0.41 mg
            Vitamin K2.3 μg
            Calcium21 mg
            Iron0 mg
            Potassium223 mg
            Phosphorus32 mg
            Magnesium10 mg
            Zinc0.2 mg
            Selenium0.2 μg
            Copper0.07 mg
            Manganese0.09 mg

            * The Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

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