Applesauce For Latkes

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  • #590900

    Ferd
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    4 pounds apples

    1 lemon

    2 cinnamon sticks

    1/2 cup apple juice, cider or water

    Honey, brown sugar or maple syrup to taste.

    Quarter the apples and the lemon. Place in a heavy pot with the cinnamon sticks. Add apple juice, cider or water. Cover, bring to a boil, and let simmer over low heat, stirring occasionally. You may want to add some liquid. Cook about 20 minutes, or until apples are soft. Remove cinnamon sticks. Put the sauce through a food mill and adjust seasoning by adding honey, brown sugar or maple syrup to taste.

    #1189181

    Ben Levi
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    Peel and core as many yellow apples as you’re able. Put in a pot with an inch or two of water, and some lemon juice (to prevent browning). Simmer, and simmer, and simmer till the apples mush on their own.

    variations – add sugar, and/or cinnamon sticks, and/or frozen strawberries

    Enjoy!

    Mrs. Ben Levi

    #1189182

    bombmaniac
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    heres a one word recipe…MOTTS!!!

    #1189183

    Jewess
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    How does applesauce go with latkes? I’ve never heard of that.

    #1189184

    haifagirl
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    Latkes without applesauce? Oh, Jewess, you are missing out! What do you put on your latkes?

    #1189185

    mchemtob
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    I’m with Jewess, keep the applesauce for the kids, I like my latkes straight up.

    #1189186

    bombmaniac
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    lol it tastes good for the first five latkes…but after the fifteenth? forget it! just gimme the latke!!!

    #1189187

    oomis
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    APPLESAUCE????? Please – the only thing meant to go on a latke is sour cream! Applesauce is only b’sh’as had’chak when I am making it for fleishigs.

    #1189188

    Bemused
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    “just gimme the latke!!!”

    I’m starting to think Jax (aka asdfjkl) has rejoined us…If it’s you, Jax (!!!), welcome back :).

    #1189189

    bombmaniac
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    nope…im just your friendly neighborhood bombmaniac :D:D:

    #1189190

    Bemused
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    Sounds good 🙂

    #1189191

    quick applesauce ; adjust amounts as per how many people your feeding

    peel and chop 8 apples place in large microwave safe dish with 1/4 cup water ,

    1/2t cinnamon,1/4 t ginger optional 3T sugar cover microwave on high 5 minutes stir well microwave additional 3-5 minutes till done, this is chunky style makes approx 4 cups

    #1189192

    bein_hasdorim
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    APPLE SAUCE?!! ewww! I eat em plain or with some heinz ketchup.

    Shikur; if your going thru the trouble of making applesauce,

    why not add two tablespoon of bourbon?

    not for kids though, unless…. it’s past their bed time! 😉

    #1189193

    haifagirl
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    Ketchup on latkes? You said it best: ewww!

    #1189194

    ronrsr
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    everything goes better with a bit of ketchup.

    #1189195

    mybat
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    Ketchup on latkes….. They are like french fries!

    #1189196

    I. M. Shluffin
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    I saw someone squirt ketchup into his chicken soup on shabbos.

    #1189197

    Lightbrite
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    Ketchup?? Def never heard of that

    Applesauce on latkes is so yummy when the latkes are hot. Less appealing when the latkes are cold (like leftovers). Then again, I’m not into cold latkes in general.

    Has anyone had ice cream on latkes?

    #1189198

    147
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    Still 53 nites left until ?????

    #1189199

    Lightbrite
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    No Hashem definitely wants latkes and applesauce to go together. They’re beshert.

    The bas kol decreed it before latkes were invented.

    #1189200

    flatbusher
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    I grew up with applesauce and latkes. My wife didn’t. It’s a cultural thing, I guess.

    #1189201

    Lightbrite
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    flatbusher: Applesauce and latkes are beshert. You were born to ensure that your wife was introduced to applesauce on latkes.

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