What a great side with pork roast and pork chops! I have made it several times now and the whole family raved!
These are good on pancakes.
This was a nice dessert that really could be eaten as a side dish, too. I used Braeburn apples which are a bit tart but not too much. I squeezed a lemon over the slices which gave it a little more tang. I love sugar, so I used almost twice as much as indicated! Mmmm...delicious.
These were great. I added a little spot of butter and some strawberries while cooking, my daughter loved them. Thanks!
Smelled great while cooking! I only used one medium sized apple (peeled)-and since I didn't measure it out in cups I kind of improvised with the rest of the ingredients. I used 1/2 tsp cinn, 1/8 tsp nutmeg, 2 tbsp apple juice & 1 tbsp Splenda brown sugar. I liked the ease of it-just cover & go! Will put this in my yogurt for a treat!
So delicious. Should have doubled the recipe because everyone wanted more. The apples had such a nice glaze on them. I used granny smith apples. Thanks Loves2Teach. Bullwinkle.
Sooo yummy! I used honeycrisp apples, and should have decreased the sugar a little, but, they were still oh-so-good. Can't wait to make this again! Thank you!
OMG! These are so good I could eat the whole batch myself! :) We had these as a side for dinner and loved the taste and flavor combination. Thanks for a great recipe.
These apples were so delicious and very easy to put together. They were the perfect complement to my scrambled egg and sausage breakfast. I can't wait to try them over ice cream. Yum!
Yum Yum, These were so good.I love cooked apples,and had some apples left from Christmas, so decided to try your fried apples.I'm so glad I did,we really enjoyed these.THE ONLY THING i DID DIFFERENT WAS TO ADD A tABLESPOON OF BUTTER.tHANKS FOR THIS GREAT RECIPE.OOPS,Sorry I hit the Caps button,and ain't rewriting it.Ha Darlene