cooking apple


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an apple used primarily in cooking for pies and applesauce etc

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2 large cooking apples (about 700g), peeled, cored, sliced
Peel and core the cooking apple and cut into 5mm cubes.
The sharp tasting cooking apple is something that we do better than any other country.
1 green apple (Granny Smith's or cooking apple as they contain the least sugar)
"Could I have a cooking apple, please?" This finally got the attention of the assistant.
PROPOINTS' VALUE: 8 SERVINGS: 4 PREPARATION TIME: 15 mins COOKING TIME: 20 mins LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: Easy Ingredients: * 500g cooking apple, peeled, cored and sliced * - tsp cinnamon * 50g golden caster sugar * 40g polyunsaturated margarine * 100g muesli * 50g grated marzipan * 15g light brown sugar * 300g low fat custard, ready to serve Method: * Preheat oven to gas mark 5/190C/375F.
Among the varieties is a sweet cooking apple, the Jumbo, which was introduced last year.
Peel and slice a cooking apple (tart eating apples are fine too) and layer the apple over the potato.
1 green apple (Granny Smith's or cooking apple as they contain the least sugar) 1/2 cucumber 6 sticks celery 4 large leaves of kale 1 carrot 1 inch long ginger stem 200g spinach Simply pump it all through the juicer and serve over ice.
Put a cooking apple in with stored potatoes to stop them sprouting.
Edward VII is a very late-season cooking apple and, when cooked, the fruit breaks down to a well-flavoured, reddish purAe - most unusual.
You will need | 1 cooking apple per person | Demerara sugar | Sultanas, raisins or mixed dried fruit | Cinnamon or mixed spice Method Scoop out the core from the top of the apple, leaving a well.
Visit http://north.iwm.org.uk (2) The humble cooking apple is being celebrated tomorrow in the Nottinghamshire town where it was first grown almost 200 years ago.
Serves 6 380g blackberries (pick your own if you can!) 140g plain flour 3 tbsp soft brown sugar 40g ground almonds 1 large cooking apple 90g butter 1 tbsp water 90g golden caster sugar
1 cooking apple of your choice, peeled and roughly diced