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Offline inzane

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Murphy's Homemade Apple Butter
« on: August 21, 2016, 11:32:08 am »
Makes 1 quart.

5lbs apples, peeled, cored and sliced.
1 cup brown sugar. Add/subtract sugar to suit your taste.
2 cinnamon sticks

Finely chop apples in food processor, put in crock pot. Add brown sugar and stir. Drop in cinnamon stick and cook on high for four hours, stirring occasionally to prevent scorching. Remove and discard cinnamon stick, run mixture through food processor again to desired consistency. Place mixture back in crock pot, add fresh cinnamon stick and cook another four hours, stirring occasionally.

Place in mason jar while hot and seal, or grab some buttered biscuits and enjoy. Tammy and I made some yesterday, pretty bueno.

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    Re: Murphy's Homemade Apple Butter
    « Reply #1 on: August 22, 2016, 03:55:57 am »
    That looks really good!!!
    Sounds like you & Tammy had a great day!!
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    Re: Murphy's Homemade Apple Butter
    « Reply #2 on: May 31, 2018, 05:16:04 am »
    Tried this 100 years ago and wasn't happy with what we made. But your recipe is makin' my mouth water. Much different. Sounds like it has more bite to it and some real apple flavor. When our tree ripens I'll give that a shot. My family loves that kind of stuff! Thanks for that recipe.
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