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RIET69 SparkPoints: (47,087)
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6/4/13 2:48 P

Wash, peel and core your favorite apples. Cut them in thick slices. Put them in a kettle with about an inch or two of water. Bring to a boil and then simmer till the apples are soft. Mash the apples with the water and you have apple sauce. Some people add sugar and/or cinnamon. Great with a pork roast!!

SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 34,808
5/29/13 8:46 A

It's basically a puree of apples. Sometimes there are other flavorings and sweeteners added, but there are also plain (nothing added) applesauces. If it's used in recipes, it's a substitute for things like butter or oil to make a recipe healthier.

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5/29/13 8:30 A

I am from the UK and would like to know what applesauce is and what can be used as a sub for it cause I have never heard of it and it is in lots of receipes


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