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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1974)
Apples have 'a-peel'
Crisp juicy apples are as much a sign of autumn for
many people as pumpkins and falling leaves.
Migrations to Nebraska City for apples and cider are
pleasant expeditions for sunny autumn weekends.
In addition to their use just for nibbling, apples can
be combined with meats for maindishes, used in salads
or in their more traditional form as desserts.
Keep in mind that apples will be more nutritionally
beneficial if they are not peeled, though many of the
recipes you find in other sources will specify peeling
before cooking. In addition, unpeeled apples are more
colorful and the skins will lend texture to the dish.
Baked Apples with Sausage
8 partially cooked pork sausages
6 tart apples
34 cups brown sugar
Preheat the oven to 400 Arrange the sausages in a baking dish.
Core six tart apples anc ut them into thin slices. Place the apples in
the baking dish with the sausages and sprinkle them with brown
sugar. Bake the dish in the oven for about 10 minutes. Reduce the
heat to 350 and continue baking for about 15 more minutes. Baste
with the drippings.
Apples, one per person
Cream Cheese and nut balls or Roquefort cheese balls
Core and slice the apples. If you pare them, be sure to sprinkle
them with lemon juice to keep them from discoloring. Place each
apple on a lettuce leaf. Serve with French dressing and garnish the
salad with cream cheese or the cheese-nut balls. The apples may, if
you wish be cut into rings and the cheese balls placed in the center.
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6 c. sliced apples 1
1 T. lemon juice
1 T. water
V c. firmly packed brown sugar
Vt cup whole wheat flour
Va c. quick cooking rolled oats
Vi c. soft butter
1 1. cinnamon, (optional) ,
Preheat oven to 375. Place apples in 8-inch square or 10 x 6-inch
baking 'dUhl Sprinkle With lemon juice and water. Combine sugar,
flour, rolled oats and cinnamon. Sprinkle over apples. Bake at 375
for 40;45 minutes. Serve warm with cream If desired.
4 c. sliced apples
34 c. sugar
1 T. butter
1 egg slightly beaten
1 1. vanilla extract
Vi c. sifted flour
Vt t. baking powder
Preheat oven to 400. Place apples in a well-greased 8- or 9-inch
pie pan. Combine Va cup sigar with cinnamon; sprinkle over apples.
Cover with foil. Bakt at 400 for 20 minutes. Meanwhile, cream
butter and gradually add Vi cup sugar; blend in egg and vanilla
extract. Sift flour with baking powder; blend into creamed mixture.
Spread over apples in pan. Bake 20;-25 minute3. Serve warm or
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