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Yummy! This recipe was very interesting and could be used for breakfast as well as a side dish for dinner. We made it as a topping for porridge and it was perfect. Thank you mama's kitchen - *Made for Zaar World Tour 4*

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Chef floWer June 29, 2008

I only used 2 tbsp. butter, and they still were great. I served these with french toast but next time I would serve with pancakes or ice cream. Great way to use up apples.

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Ty's Kitchen May 27, 2007

From a beginner this recipe was great and easy. I cut the serving down to one and used a large Gala Apple and dropped the cardamom. It was delicious. Especially great over vanilla ice cream. Thanks mama!

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MrsKFerg March 22, 2007

Wonderful fried apples! I used McIntosh apples and since they were small I used 10 instead of 8. This time I did peel the apples and omitted the raisins. Will have to double the recipe next time, DH loved these.

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lauralie41 June 18, 2006

Yummy Hope!! This was really what i wanted tonight! A nice treat without too much work! I'd never had these outsided of ordering them at Cracker Barrel, much better. I usually jsut make Banana's Foster, glad to have more choices now!

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Jessica K September 20, 2005

This was prepared to go with Finnish Kropser (baked Pancake) Finnish Kropser (Baked Pancake). They were so good. For the 2 of us, I reduced the recipe to 2 servings and the only change I made was to add about 1/4 cup of water to the pan after glazing the apples and allowing the water to cook away. The apples were tender but not mushy. Great brunch!

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PaulaG September 18, 2005

Lovely! made for 1 serving and it served 2 of us. I did up the cardamon. It did take about 30-40 minutes of cooking to soften. And yes the almond liquor is a nice touch! Just yummy! made for ZWT 6 this is part of Menu #40269. Thanks!

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Rita~ June 06, 2010

amazing!!! ...only to make it vegan i used nonstick cooking spray which worked wonderfully and cut out all the fat!!! and i used golden raisins!! made for zwt 4

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superblondieno2 June 28, 2008

Delish! I used 2 big granny smiths and did 1/2 a recipe for the rest and it came out wonderfully! Thanks for the great recipe!!

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SweetsLady January 18, 2008
Fried Apples - Stekte Epler