Monday, October 17, 2016

Sauteed Apples

     With fall comes fall foods and snacks!  Everyone loves baked apples but how about Sauteed Apples.  This different style is easy to make and different then the classic baked apples.  Bring a new side to the table and keep your guest wondering where you got this dish!  (It was us)  We know you will enjoy this dish because apples taste great, make a healthy side and this is unique!  Please see below for our easy instructions, pic and video!  Make sure to watch it to see how easy this can be!

4 Medium Apples.
2 Table Spoons Butter
Pinch of Cinnamon
Pinch of Salt
Pinch of Pepper

Peel the apples and cut into wedges.  Use a apple corer to cut them with ease.  They are cheap and a great tool to have.
Place the slices in water to keep them from browing.
In a medium pan melt the butter.
Dry the apple slices and add them to the butter.  Make sure the apples are arranged on one side.
Let the apples cook for about 5-7 minutes.
Lightly season with the sugar and salt and let cook 2-3 minutes more.
Then season with Cinnamon.
Turn the apples over and turn the heat up to medium.
Cook and saute for 2-3 minutes.
Take off and plate.
Serve at once.

     This great fall side dish or snack will be perfect for you and the family!  The warm cooked apples have a crunch along with just that great taste.  Get some warm cloths on and get ready for the holiday season with this great side dish!

     We really hoped you enjoyed this post, the video is below.  Like we said before a lot of apples are baked or made into pies.  This dish won't take you long to make, you can keep them warm in the oven before you serve them up, or cook them a few minutes before the main dish!  Either way this healthy snack can be put together in just a matter of minutes.

     Stay tuned for this Thursday as we get back on track with our regular video!  We hope everyone enjoyed this bonus video today!  Keep having fun in this great fall season!  

Cooking should be FUN, so have FUN doing it!

The Cooking Corner
~Blog Team

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