Applesauce can be made with any apple, but the best apples include Braeburn, Cortland and Crispin, according to About.com. These apples work well in applesauce since they are soft and cook down quickly. More »

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Homemade applesauce is made by peeling and boiling apples, then blending them until smooth. The applesauce keeps in the refrigerator for about 3 days and up to 3 months in the freezer. More »

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Quick and easy apple recipes for apple desserts include the apple crisp recipe at Allrecipes.com, the recipe for upside down apple pie at Mr. Food Test Kitchen, and a recipe for simple applesauce featured at Food Network... More »

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Granny Smith, Honeycrisp, Mutsu (also known as Crispin), Cortland and Gala are all types of apples suitable for baking. The Granny Smith is the most famous and readily available of these. More »

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There's more than one way to core an apple without an apple corer, but one of the easiest methods requires you to cut off all four sides of the apple, as close to the core as possible without cutting into it. The apple s... More »

One good cooked apple recipe is sautéed apples, which are made by sautéing peeled apple slices in butter, brown sugar and cinnamon. Another recipe is baked stuffed apples, prepared by coring out the apple centers. stuffi... More »

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Apple cider is chiefly made from apples. It differs from apple juice in that it isn't filtered to remove particles or sediment. A recipe from Food.com adds additional flavors by using 4 tablespoons each of cinnamon and a... More »

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