Simple Apple Recipes
Delicious simple apple recipes from www.nonnascooking.com
Fennel-roasted carrot and eschalot salad with shaved apples
Fennel-roasted carrot and eschalot salad with shaved apples | This carrot-centric salad is super simple, but also super tasty, with crushed fennel, sweet caramelised eschalots, crunchy apple and a respectable amount of blood orange juice. It was inspired by a salad over at Vinegar Hill House in Brooklyn and it's one of those little dishes that has flavour, texture and depth in each bite, while also being really simple to put together and enjoy. Plus, it's a salad served on the warmer side of the
Oven-roasted suckling pig with scented apple sauce (porchetto arrosto con salsa alle mele)
Oven-roasted suckling pig with scented apple sauce (porchetto arrosto con salsa alle mele) | This recipe for Italian suckling pig is definitely one for a special occasion with friends and family. Small enough to fit into a domestic oven, half a suckling pig will feed about eight people. And it's surprisingly simple to do - the results, however, are quite impressive.
Quick apricot, apple and pecan loaf cake
Quick apricot, apple and pecan loaf cake | Delia walks you through this simple tea bread recipe for delicious results - perfect for beginners and for baking with kids.Equipment and peparation: You will need one pleated bread loaf tin 900g/2lb with a base measurement of 9x16cm/3½x6½in lightly buttered.
Quinoa, apple and roasted fennel and parsnip salad with honey vinaigrette
Quinoa, apple and roasted fennel and parsnip salad with honey vinaigrette | I took a drive into the mountains my bones call home for a creekside Appalachian picnic. The main affair was my new favourite wholegrain salad, a mix of quinoa and caramelised roasted parsnip and fennel with the crunch of sprouts, tamari-roasted pepitas, shaved shallot, and all soaked in a simple raw honey vinaigrette with luscious 5-minute eggs on top.
Chopped apple cake
Chopped apple cake | My great grandmother referred to this as apple bread. I love that about her. I also love that nearly ninety per cent of her recipes in her box are for baked goods. This cake is wonderfully simple and takes no more time to make than it does your oven to pre-heat. In the future, I plan to experiment with some other flours and sugar, but this morning I wanted this cake just as Grandma enjoyed it.
Apple and orange tart
Apple and orange tart | When I was in my 20s, I travelled from Australia to Wales, where I was born, and hitched through the snow to meet the people who’d been my neighbours when I was a kid. We were talking food at the kitchen table when a man knocked on the door and offered us two pheasants. I gutted and cooked the pheasants, and did a rough job on both counts. However, we ate this simple and delicious tart, and my former neighbours gave me their recipe.