Apple Sauce

In this Diwali vacation I had been to Himachal Pradesh for a holiday.  In Himachal Pardesh one will find variety of apples and roasted ground nuts being sold at every junction and corner.   Whenever we went sightseeing these two items would be a must in our bag. Here I found the golden apple so sweet and grainy could not resist picking up a few kilos back home. Some went in distribution to neighbours and friends.  Still there was basket full remaining.  I always wanted to make apple sauce, at last went ahead and prepared them from these apples. So here is the recipe very simple and hassle free.


3 Medium Apples

2 Tablespoon Sugar - optional
1/2 Cup Water


Peel and chop the apple to small pieces. In pan pour water and place the apples,  keep it on medium flame, when it comes to a boil cover with a foil and cook it for 20 minutes on slow flame stirring in between till dry. 

When the water dries, switch off the flame taste and if necessary add the sugar and stir. Since the apples were sweet I did not add  sugar. Fill it in a airtight container when cooled. Store it in the refrigerator for 2 -3 days. If you want it to last longer store in freezer.

This goes well with any bread.

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Labels : Jams & Sauces, Blogging Marathon, Apple
sneha datar
sneha datar

Happy Home-maker and culinary enthusiast.

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