Apples. They are awesome aren’t they? Fiber. Vitamin C. Polyphenols. They are delicious raw all by themselves or with a slice of cheese or a smear of peanut butter. Sometimes, I want my apples to be warm and “dessert-y”. When I do, I grab a skillet, a knife and some cinnamon and get to work. It only takes a few minutes and you have some un-fried “fried” apples ready to eat straight from a bowl with your fork.
Here is what you do. This is more of a process than a recipe, so make it your own. The amount of water, spices, and optional sugar depends on how many apples you slice and throw into your skillet.
Slice your apples. You can peel them or leave the peel on. Add enough water to the skillet to cover the bottom and the apples are just barely sitting in some water. You need the water, but not too much! The apples will release their own juice/water as they cook. Turn the heat to medium and start cooking your apples, stirring them every so often as they are cooking. Add about a Tablespoon of butter (or not). Stir, and continue cooking until they apples are to your desired level of tenderness. Add cinnamon to your taste. I like to add a little nutmeg and ground clove. If you want your apples to be a little bit sweet, this is when you can add a small amount of sugar or honey. Stir it all up. That’s it! Takes only a few minutes. ENJOY!
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