Prep 10 mins
Cook 30 mins
Easy!! Goes well as a side dish. Try using splenda in place of the sugar! Found this in a school cookbook while in Nurenburg, Germany.
- Wash and core apples.
- Cut apples in quarters and slice each quarter into 3 of 4 sections.
- Put in heavy skillet, sprinkle with sugar, and add margarine.
- Cover and cook on medium heat for 10 to 15 minutes.
- Uncover and cook 10 to 15 minutes until apples are tender and transparent.
This is the way my Nana always made fried apples and its the way I make them now except I do add a dash of cinnamon and neither of us ever used a lid. These are so easy and so delicious. The way i'll always make fried apples. Thanks for posting!
Delicious!! I added a dash of salt and some cinnamon. Other than that it's just like my mom always makes...YUM!! I love eating them with pork chops. Now that's comfort food! Thanks for sharing!!
I've been enjoying this since childhood. It's so simple and sooo good. I don't often use a lid on the skillet but otherwise it's the same delicious treat I make.