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    Apple Recipes by Region

    Susie D
    Sat Sep 28, 2013 12:54 pm
    Forum Host


    Apples are a popular ingredient nationwide and each region offers their own favorites. This month the U.S. Regional Cooking Forum is exploring favorite recipes. We hope you'll share yours too!



    from the Northeast

    Amish Sour Cream Apple Pie by Miss Annie
    Beet and Apple Salad by Kaarin
    Pam's New England Apple Cobbler by Denise in NH
    Apple Molasses Bread by mikekey
    Early American Apple Pie by Lorac
    Crock Pot Pork and Sauerkraut by Parsley
    Hot Spiced New England Cider by mithrilbalog
    New York Tangy Apple Salad by Sharon123
    Yankee Apple Crisp by momaphet




    from the South

    Apple Butter by Brenda Hall
    Paula Deen's Apple Butter Pumpkin Pie by Baker*Chick
    Apple Baked Beans by flower7
    Cinnamon Breakfast Apples by mysterygirl
    Acorn Squash And Apples by MizzNezz
    Creole Bread Pudding With Bourbon Sauce by NorthwestGal
    Fried Apple Pies-Dried Fruit by Dib's
    Chicken Apple Sandwich Spread by Miss Annie
    Apple and Spice Pizza Cookies by Redneck Epicurean
    Cheddar-Apple Bread by breezermom
    Fried Apple Pancake Rings(Carla Hall) by Sharon123



    from the Midwest

    Illinois Apple Pie by dine&dish
    Kelly's Apple Pork Chops With Stuffing by wildflour
    Cranberry Apple Stuffed Squash by Brooke the Cook in WI
    Sweet Apple Fritters by Karen67
    Appel Salade - Apple Salad by Molly53
    Apple Walnut Pancakes by chicagopm
    Chock Full O' Goodness Muffins by Tornado Ali
    Becky's Breakfast Rounds by Julie Leo



    from the Southwest

    Tomatillo or Green Tomato Apple Salsa by Rita~
    Apple Chipotle Salsa (Southwest) by Sydney Mike
    Apple and Tea Brine, Injected, Rubbed and Deep Fried Turkey by Rita ~
    Apple Pepper Jelly by Sharon123
    Texas Jalapeno Apple Pie by Kim D
    Texas Apple Chutney by Miss Annie
    Chipotle Apple Pecan Cake With Spicy Caramel Glaze by Sharon123
    Hatch Chile Apple Cobbler by TxGriffLover
    Apple Gouda Quesadillas by Kathy at food.com
    Southwestern Green Apple Pie by the80'srule



    from the Northwest

    Apple Cider Spiced Raisin Bread by Rita~
    Apple Jack Spread by Kim127
    Iced Apple Tea by Sharon123
    Washington State Caramel Apple Cheesecake Pie by JanetB-Ky
    Denise's Washington Apple Cake by 55tbird
    California Apple Spinach Salad by Dancer
    California Crab Salad by Pincholine


    Last edited by Susie D on Mon Sep 30, 2013 5:35 am, edited 1 time in total
    Susie D
    Sun Sep 29, 2013 4:20 pm
    Forum Host
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    Have you ever wondered which apple to select for a recipe? This list might help.


    ALEXANDER-
    cooking
    not as good for sweets or pies

    ARKANSAS BLACK-
    long storage

    BALDWIN-
    baking
    stores well

    BEACON-
    cooking, eating

    BELLFLOWER-
    pies

    BENONI-
    good for desserts

    BLACK AMISH-
    desserts

    BLACK GILLIFLOWER-
    good for desserts

    BLUE PEARMAIN-
    eating, cider

    BOSKOOP-
    cooking
    not as good for sweets or desserts

    BRAEBURN-
    eating; applesauce, baking, freezing

    BURGUNDY-
    eating, pies

    CARPENTIN-
    good for desserts

    CAVILLE BLANC-
    desserts

    CHAMPLAIN-
    desserts, cooking

    CHESAPEAKE-
    eating, pies, baking, sauce

    CHESTNUT CRAB-
    eating

    CHIEFTAIN-
    cooking, eating

    CONNELL RED-
    eating, salads, baking

    CORTLAND-
    eating, baking, salads, sauces, pies

    COX ORANGE PIPPIN-
    desserts

    CRISPIN-
    eating, salads, pies, baked sauce

    CRITERION-
    eating, salads, pies, sauce, baking

    EMPIRE-
    salads, sauces, all around use

    FIRESIDE-
    eating, salads, baking

    FUGI-
    eating, baking, applesauce, salads, pies

    GALA-
    eating, dehydrating, cider, salads, pies, applesauce, baking
    excellent eating and salad

    GINGERGOLD-
    salads, eating, cooking, baking, pies, sauce

    GOLDEN DELICIOUS-
    eating, salads, sauce, pies, baking, freezing
    excellent pies

    GOLDEN GRIMES-
    cooking, eating

    GOODLAND-
    eating and baking

    GRANNY SMITH-
    applesauce, juice, baking, salads, pies, freezing

    GRAVENSTEIN-
    pies, eating, salads, sauces, cider
    excellent sauce

    GREENING-
    pies, sauces, baking
    not a good apple for eating raw

    HARALSON/HARALRED-
    eating, cooking

    HAWAII-
    eating

    HEAVEN SENT-
    eating

    HONEYCRISP-
    eating, cooking, salads

    HONEYGOLD-
    cooking, eating

    IDA RED-
    eating salads, sauces, pies, baking

    JERSEY MAC-
    eating

    JERSEY ROSE-
    applesauce

    JONADEL-
    eating

    JONAFREE-
    cooking, eating

    JONAGOLD-
    eating, pies, sauces, salads, baking

    JONALICIOUS-
    eating, cooking

    JONAMAC-
    eating

    JONATHAN-
    applesauce, cider, eating, cooking

    KEEPSAKE-
    eating, cooking

    LADY WILLIAMS-

    LIBERTY-
    eating

    LIMBERTWIG-

    LITTLE GEM-
    eating

    MCINTOSH-
    eating, salads, juice
    not as good for pies and sauces but can be used

    MACOUN-
    eating, pies, salads
    excellent eating

    MANTET-
    cooking, eating

    MELROSE-
    pies

    MOHAWK-
    eating

    MOLLIES DELICIOUS-
    general cooking

    MUTSU-
    eating, salads, pies, sauces, baking

    NEWTOWN PIPPIN-
    eating, salads, pies, sauce, baking
    excellent pies

    NIAGARA-
    eating, baking

    NITTANY-
    eating

    NORTHERN SPY-
    cooking

    NORTHWESTERN-
    cooking

    OPALESCENT-
    baking

    ORIOLE-
    cooking, eating

    PAULA RED-
    salads, baking, eating, cooking

    PINK LADY-
    pies

    PIPPIN-
    cooking, eating, pies

    PRAIRIE SPY-
    cooking, eating

    RED BARON-
    eating

    RED CANADA-
    good for desserts

    REDCORT-
    eating, sauces, cider

    RED DELICIOUS-
    salads, eating
    excellent eating and salad

    RED GOLD-
    eating

    REGENT-
    cooking, eating

    ROME BEAUTY-
    pies, baking, sauces
    not as good for eating
    excellent baking

    RUBY JON-
    applesauce, cider, eating, cooking

    RUSSET-
    baking

    SANSA-
    desserts

    SOMMERFELD-
    eating

    SPARTAMAC-
    eating

    SPARTAN-
    eating, salads, sauce, pies

    SPITZENBERG-
    cooking, eating

    SPLENDOR-
    eating
    not good for pies

    SPURGOLDBLUSH-
    all uses

    STATE FAIR-
    cooking, eating

    STAYMAN-
    pies, sauces

    SWEET SIXTEEN-
    eating

    SUNCRISP-
    eating, pies

    TOHOKU-
    drying, salads, applesauce

    TRANSPARENT-
    eating, cooking
    excellent applesauce

    TYDEMAN RED-
    applesauce

    WEALTHY-
    cooking, eating

    WINESAP-
    baking, cider, eating, salads

    WINTER BANANA-
    cooking, eating

    WOLF RIVER-
    baking

    YORK-
    eating, cooking, freezing

    ZESTAR-
    cooking, eating
    Bonnie G #2
    Tue Oct 01, 2013 6:09 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    Wow, great info - I've often wondered just which apple is good for what so I enjoyed reading your list.

    Here is a recipe I recently made with apples and really enjoyed:
    KAF Sourdough Cinnamon Apple Flatbread

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