|Finished apple sauce|
Since we are rich in apples, I decided to make enough to can. The toughest part about applesauce is deciding what spices to use. The rest is really easy. My family loves cinnamon so I made our applesauce with lots of cinnamon (that was the no-brainer part). I decided to use the leftover dip from the dehydrated apples for the apple sauce.
|This mixtures makes the apple sauce|
6 Apples, Cored and Sliced
Dump the apples and the dipping sauce into a saucepan and heat on low until apples are tender. I cook mine for about an hour. There should not be much liquid remaining in the saucepan.
|Cooking the apples|
Cool slightly and process through a food mill or in a food processor or mash with a fork.
|In the food processor|
The bottom line: Will I make this again? Yes, it is wonderful! I froze some for this winter. I am going to have it with my potato pancakes.