Great recipe! I only made half of it. I used granny smith and galas, less than 1/4 cup of the brown sugar, and the cardamom. I used a potato masher so there would be some chunks of apple. Thanks for sharing. Made for ZWT7-Switzerland.
Excellent! Not too sweet. Everyone loved it. The interesting thing is that people liked the taste and assumed it had cinnamon in it, not cardamom. I will definitely make this again. Thanks for sharing!
I can't add to the review of this recipe other than all the other glowing reviews it has received.
I used a variety of apples that had to be used up in the fridge including but not limited to fujis. A dollop of Nancy's whole milk yogurt and light sprinkle of cardamom was the icing on the cake so to speak. Reviewed for Veg Tag January.
Delicious and a terrific way to use apples close to their use by date. I will freeze half my batch. I did this recipe successfully in the microwave . Made for ZWT 6.
This is unbelieveable. I used 5 lbs of Harrelson apples and did not add any sugar, opting for a 2 packets of stevia to sweeten. I also did not peel the apples and cooked them in the crock pot until soft. Then I ran them through an old fashioned foodmill to remove the peel. So easy and perfect! I canned almost 5 pints from this. Thank you for this wonderful recipe and idea.
So yummy! I also love cardamom, and it complements the apple nicely. I will definitely make this again.
This is absolutely wonderful! I have made it at least 5 times now, and each time it is eaten right up with our dinners and everyone enjoys it so much! We love the addition of the cardamom. It is such a nice spice for desserts and in fruit dishes. Yummy and great to accompany any dinner from your favorite comfort food to an exquisite dinner for two!
What amazing flavors this applesauce has! We loved it! So much better than store bought. I loved the addition of the cardamom and so did the rest of the crew. This deserves far more than 5 stars, but I guess 5 will have to do :) Thank you for sharing!
This is awesome! I doubled the recipe and am reallly glad I did. I only got about 3 pints out of it. My daughter LOVES applesauce and I know she'll love this.
Yum! I used the lesser amount of sugar and did not puree. A nice change from plain applesauce.