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I have prepared fried apples nearly the same way for many years, but I did try out your recipe to have it your way. The came out perfectly. Not overly sweet, as I have seen some people do (and I have talked under my breath at them), and the apples still had a firmness to them that didn't leave them in an "applesauce-like" state. Sometimes I add a pinch of grated nutmeg over mine when the mood strikes, along with the cinnamon. My daughter was asking just in the past few days when we were having fried apples. I think she quite approves of yours, also. Thanks, Inez, for a great recipe!

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Sue Lau September 20, 2002

WOW!!! These are incredible! Best apples ever, we loved them. Cracker Barrell doesn't have them this good! Thank You!

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maandjw September 16, 2002

This is a GREAT dish, Inez!! I only had some red apples on hand, but they worked out fine. Excellent flavors!! We served these as "topping" over vanilla ice cream. Ohhh the contrast of the warm sweet cinnamony apples and the cold creamy vanilla ice cream was just heaven!!!

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Shae November 10, 2002

Inez, These are the absolute best fried apples. I have used exactly this same recipe for years. I love fried apples with pork loin. They have exactly the right amount of sugar.

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Julie in TX October 26, 2004
Fried Grannys