For baking and cooking for apple puree, apple compote or apple jelly, slightly tart sour apples with a lot of fruit acid, such as Boskop or Braeburn, are very well suited because they have a particularly aromatic aroma. The smaller apple variety, Cox Orange, also tastes very good, but is more difficult to peel and seed. Sweet, sweet apples such as Golden Delicious do not develop an intense taste during cooking and baking.

All data per 100 g:
57 kcal
15 g
0 g
1 g

Recipes with Apple

Allgäu Cheese Salad
Allgäu Cheese Salad This Allgäu cheese salad tastes spicy and harmonizes well with the fruity aroma of raspberry vinegar and apple. For the Allgäu cheese salad, if possible use an Allgäuer Emmentaler and cut into small pencils. ...
Alsatian apple cake
Alsatian apple cake For the Alsatian apple cake flour with 30 g sugar and a pinch of salt mix. Add an egg yolk and diced cold butter. ...
Amaretto Apple Jelly
Amaretto Apple Jelly has a light almond aroma. Wash and dry apples, remove stems and flowers. ...
Appel Flappen - Apple Bags
Appel Flappen - Apple Bags are a Dutch speciality. They taste best warm from the oven and have a particularly crispy crust. ...
Apple bacon steam noodles
Apple bacon steam noodles is a hearty variation of the otherwise sweet steam noodles. For the steamed pasta, first heat the milk lukewarm and melt the butter in it. ...
Apple Bags with Eggs Liqueur
Apple Bags with Eggs Liqueur For apple bags with egg liqueur first peel apples, dice and fill into a pot. Add 25 g sugar and water. ...
Apple biscuits
Apple biscuits Apple cookies can be baked easily and quickly. Preheat oven to 200° C convection oven. ...
Apple Bread
Apple Bread Peel apples, quarter, remove core and grate. Mix with sugar and leave to stand overnight. ...
Apple Butter Cake
Apple Butter Cake For the apple butter cake use as tart as possible sour apples like Cox Orange, Boskop or Braeburn. Place 600 g flour in a mixing bowl and mix with 75 g sugar and a pinch of salt. ...

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