October 15, 2017
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"A family favorite that we often stir up to enjoy at our after-church-brunches. It is great over waffles or oatmeal, and it also shows up on our fall dinner table as a wonderful side dish with roast pork or ham. The recipe calls for Granny Smiths but you may certainly choose any flavorful apple and adjust the amount of sugar to the sweetness of the apples that you select. You may also reduce the amount of butter (we do) or add a little nut oil for additional flavor (we have used walnut and pecan) - or toast some chopped nuts in the same pan before cooking, set them aside while you cook the apples, and stir them in just before serving."
Core, peel and slice apples in 1/2 inch thick wedges (you may also dice your apples - for quicker cooking)
Melt butter in a heavy skillet over medium-low heat.
Add apples, brown sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg.
Sauté, stirring occasionally, for 15 to 20 minutes, or until apples are tender.
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These apples were really wonderful. I used 3 apples and cut the other ingredients in half (and used slightly less butter than that). It tasted like apple pie filling without the fattening crust. I ate some plain, some over oatmeal, some warm and some room temp. All were winners.