Apple butter

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Apple butter

Post: #268208 marshlander
Mon Oct 29, 2012 8:42 pm

Have seen several recipes for apple butter in some of my American cookery books but have never known what it is or what to do with it! Just recently I came across it again and as I have some rather decent local cyder decided to make some today.

I wish I'd made it before! Apart from the work out putting the cooked apples through the sieve it was very easy and the result is g o r g e o u s :love5:

OH is enthusiastic about putting some on this porridge in the morning.
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Re: Apple butter

Post: #273799 Amaranth
Thu May 09, 2013 12:58 am

It's very good on homemade bread too.

You can also follow the same recipe but with pears.


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