Homemade Apple Sauce

super easy

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Apple sauce is something I’ve loved ever since I was a kid. Served with chicken and croquettes, pork or even mixed under mash. It is not as common in Ireland though. You can find apple sauce in stores but there’s usually only one or two options. It is so easy to make though and costs a lot less than store bought apple sauce. All you need is 3 ingredients: apples, butter, and water. You can add sugar and cinnamon for additional flavour but you don’t have to.

If you’d rather not add sugar to your sauce, you can also just replace a few of the green apples with sweet red ones for a sweeter taste or a few drops of honey or maple syrup. Same goes for the chunkiness of the sauce, I absolutely love it when there are no apple pieces left in it and you have one silky smooth apple sauce, but if you prefer it with some chunky apple bits, simply don’t mix the sauce too much or scoop a bit out before you start mixing and then stir it back in.

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Ingredients:

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5 green apples (Granny Smith) this should be +-700g
100ml water
3tsbp granulated sugar
1tsp cinnamon
1tbsp butter

Directions

1.
Peel the apples and remove the core
Chop them in chunks, don't make them too big or it'll take a while to break down.
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2.
Put the apples in a pot along with the water and sugar
Cook at medium heat for about 20 minutes or until you can easily mash it with a fork.
Add cinnamon
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3.
Optional: blend for a smooth sauce
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