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These taste great warm with vanilla ice cream! Also good served with pork. I used 9 granny smith apples and kept the rest the same.Thanks for posting!

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StacyMD187373 January 03, 2010

These apples were delicious and so, so easy, even though I thought they were a bit sweeter than I thought was necessary. That may have had something to do with the fact I only had 8 Granny Smith apples istead of the 10 called for. I have grand expectations for this recipe to use as a filling for homemade pocket pies or as an excellent topping for my homemade waffles, and perhaps even a simple filling for a simple apple pie. I have a very large 14-inch, 5-quart, stainless steel skillet, and I am going to try doing this as a saute, just to see how it goes, perhaps deglazing with a bit of rum or some other booze, but even as they were, these were delicious with some vanilla ice cream and some toasted pecans. Awesome!

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Two Socks December 14, 2009

Just fantastic as a side dish for our Thanksgiving. We actually halved the recipe because we only had four people for dinner but no leftovers:( I think we will make again at Christmas time. My daughter threw in some red hots just before baking just because she felt like it. I think it made it fun looking and beautiful shade of red but other than that, wasn't necessary. Thanks Elmolvsu for a tasty new side to add to our Thanksgiving tradition!

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Diplo-mom November 30, 2009

Really good and very easy to make. I mixed everything in a casserole dish that I cooked it in, made clean up very easy. I left out the lemon juice and salt. I think I could have decreased the brown sugar to 1/2 or 3/4 cup without affecting the taste. I was in a hurry and cooked this in the microwave for 15 min, it came out great!

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joyinvirginia November 01, 2009

I was a cooks help in the cafeteria at my college, and we would make this all the time, and it was always gone in no time. Im glad I finally found the recipe!

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pickletree October 16, 2009

These apples are very good. I followed the recipe but I omitted the lemon juice and the nutmeg. I used Goldden Delicious apples and baked them for 50 minutes. They taste wonderful and make your house smell wonderful while they are cooking. Thank you for sharing this recipe. It's so easy to make!

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Doods October 03, 2009

Oh My Goodness.... These are just wonderful. I used them to make Apple Empanda's and they turned out wonderful :) Way better then canned apples. Thanks so much for sharing.

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kimschmee September 15, 2009
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