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Thank you Lennie! You are so wonderful for giving this recipe back to me? I have been looking for this recipe for a long while. (My mom used to make these). She died before I even thought about what a comfort these were to me and to my thirteen siblings. I did add the cinnamon, plus some sugar, to make it a dessert which is how I remembered it. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you.

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cookie j September 03, 2002

Thanks for this recipe, Lennie! Applesauce doesn't hold a candle to this recipe. These are excellent served with pork chops. It's the perfect combination of "salty and sweet". I highly recommend this...if you've never had it, give it a try! You will LOVE it!

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Denise! August 29, 2002

Wow! D-E-L-I-C-I-O-U-S! I think that apples prepared in this way are -ADDICTIVE!! I enjoyed just a tiny slice of one on its own as soon as it was off the stove and now I better hide it for the others or I'll be heading to the refrigerator to get more apples and make more:) I'd love to have this with vanilla ice-cream, these apples on top of the ice-cream scoop, yum!:)

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Charishma_Ramchandani November 04, 2002

I didn't really like this...i think i will stick to a normal apple sauce. The dish was a little too sour for my liking, and it took away the flavour of my pork roast a little.

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KitchenManiac October 20, 2002

A delicious side dish served with Crispy Crumbed Pork Chops, Microwave Mashed Potatoes, and broccoli and carrots. Even better than applesauce. Think this recipe would be good as a dessert with cinnamon added and buttered breadcrumbs on top.

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foodtvfan October 13, 2009

Oh Lennie, what a nice change this recipe is, I agree the honey makes the difference. Now that apples are ripe and on the trees this was the perfect sweet addition to our table. Love it and will be using it a lot instead of Applesauce. Thanks for posting.

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Bonnie G #2 September 02, 2008

Ahhhhhhhhhh. The honey makes all the difference. Thanks.

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Pittsburgher November 30, 2004

We had several apples trees in our backyard when I was growing up. My mother made the best fried apples. However, the honey in this recipe rivals any that she prepared. LOL I used tart Granny Smith apples and left the skin on. Mmmm. These were part of a simple breakfast served with Bacon Muffins #102074 and a large glass of milk. Thanks for posting.

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Ms B. November 07, 2004

These were so good, all three bites I got!! My hubby, who I didn't think would like them, ate all the rest. He really, really liked them. He thinks it would make good pie filling. My 2 yr old son, did not like them, but he is a picky-butt, so I'm not too worried. They were really easy to make too. I used Braeburn apples, but they weren't very crisp. Next time I will use a very crisp apple, so it will be easier to slice. Thanks, a great recipe!

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Amanda Beth August 28, 2004
Forget Applesauce, Serve Apples!