Does anyone not know how to do applesauce?
During part of the fruit stand chaos, I found some time to do some applesauce. This is how it turned out:
The space at the bottom is all the extra juice - you just stir it up when you open the jar and it is totally fine and yummy. (I've had a lot of people ask about it when they saw it sitting on my cupboard.)
This year, I used some apples called summer red apples - they are a softer apple, so they cook down pretty quickly, and they were so sweet and yummy, I hardly added any sugar at all. I really prefer to use "free" apples from someone's tree, but these were available and needed using and I didn't pay much for them, so for future reference - Summer Red apples are great for applesauce!
Do I need to add instructions on how to make applesauce?
NOTE: I use my steamer/juicer to cook the apples down - then I don't have to worry about burning my apples! Then I just mix the apple juice back into the sauce (most of it).
I love fall and harvesting!
I just did some summer reds to but mine is pink! Tastes great.
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