Toffeed Apples

"Adapted from a recipe in 'The Australian Women's Weekly's 50 FAST desserts'. Simple to make - and delicious.Since Australian recipes are considerably less sweet than Australian recipes, American chefs may well want to add more sugar. Judge according to what tastes right for you. In her review, Karen=^..^= says that she used Fuji apples. Excellent choice: they've SO delicious. Granny Smith apples would also work well. I have two other toffeed fruit recipes posted: Recipe #144733, Recipe #153652."
 
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Ready In:
15mins
Ingredients:
5
Serves:
4-5
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ingredients

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directions

  • Thinly slice the apples crossways; melt 30g butter in a pan; cook the apple slices until they have browned on both sides.
  • Add two tablespoons caster sugar, cook for 5 minutes; add the maple syrup, stir until the apples and syrup have heated through.
  • Serve the toffeed apples with cream or icecream or Greek yoghurt.

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Reviews

  1. CookingONTheSide
    This made a wonderful dessert. Very simple and the flavors are delicious. Thanks for sharing! Made for Gimme 5 tag.
     
  2. HokiesMom
    Wonderful finish to our dinner last night. Great flavors nd very easy to throw together. I used Granny Smith apples and we loved that tartness along with the syrup and cinnamon flavors. Thanks for sharing! Made for 123 Hits.
     
  3. Lindas Busy Kitchen
    Every one of us loved this so much! I served it over French Vanilla ice cream and it was so yummy! 5 stars all the way for ease of preparation and taste. Made for 123 Hit Wonders 2/09 Linda
     
  4. FDADELKARIM
    Very tasty & simple to make. I cut my apples into chunks instead of slices. As with Karen, my apples never browned either. Made for Please Review My Recipe
     
  5. Karen=^..^=
    This is incredibly yummy and easy. Believe it or not, I served this over oatmeal and it was delicious. It reminded me of apple pie and I can imagine it would be incredible over ice cream. I threw a few walnuts into the mix at the end just for some added texture and flavor. It was plenty sweet for us; I used Fugi apples and followed the recipe exact. My apples never really browned, but they still came out looking very appetizing. I never would have thought to do anything like this; thanks so much for posting! (made for Zaar Tag)
     
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July 2008 update: VERY happy to be back on Zaar after about a two year absence due to having had no internet connection at home, and having been too unwell for a time so that getting re-connected wasn't even a priority! <br> <br>And really looking forward to getting back into the Zaar world and connecting again with the many wonderful people I knew before, and new people, of course!
 
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