The Food Brie Cooked and Baked

A record of every food cooked or baked in my kitchen in 2010

74. cinnamon apples

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Recipe source: BP’s mom, who got it from her mom

When I first saw a dish of these apples at a family gathering a few years ago, I thought they were tomatoes, and I didn’t try them until BP had a pile on his plate. He informed me, as he wolfed down a few slices, that they were not, in fact, tomatoes, but they were his grandmother’s cinnamon apples.

Curious, I tried one, and it was, in fact, delicious. However, I was still confused why they were bright red (they are much more red in person – the photo doesn’t do them justice). It turns out, the secret “cinnamon” ingredient was red-hot candies, or cinnamon imperials if you buy the bag by Brach’s. I was hooked and immediately requested the recipe from BP’s mom.

sliced apples

cinnamon apples

Cinnamon apples

9 oz. red hot candies

4-6 gala or yellow delicious apples

Peel and quarter apples. Place in 9×13 dish.

Boil 2 cups water. Add red hot candies until dissolved.

Pour red hot sauce over apples. Bake 25-35 minutes or until tender at 400.

Serve warm or put in the refrigerator and serve cold later.

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Written by louise914

July 28, 2010 at 7:53 pm

Posted in apples, fruit

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