100-Year-Old Southern Fried Apples Recipe

100-Year-Old Southern Fried Apples Recipe

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Image by The HillBilly Kitchen via YouTube

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This recipe by The HillBilly Kitchen on YouTube has been around for so long. It’s a 100-year-old recipe that can be used in many different ways such as a side dish for breakfast or dinner. Also, these can top off pancakes, waffles, or french toast. The options are endless, but I would serve this with a side of vanilla ice cream. I know there’s already a lot of sweetness going on, but I love sweets. I wouldn’t eat these by itself, but you can and it would serve as a healthy snack if you lower down the portion of sugar is added. However, you can make them rich or decadent by adding whipped cream with caramel on them. It’s ridiculous how easy this recipe is and they’re so versatile. Plus, if you have a lot of soft apples, this would be a great way to use them without throwing them out.

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Ingredients:

  • 4 apples
  • 1/4 cup real butter
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/4 to 1/2 cup Sugar

Directions:

First, start off by turning on the stove to medium heat and add the butter to the pan. Make sure to have a lid to the pan too. Dump the apples to the pan once the pan is hot, and add the cinnamon and sugar.

100 Year Old Recipes - Southern Fried Apples
Image by The HillBilly Kitchen via YouTube

Next, stir around the apples in the pan and let it cook down, and simmer with the lid on. The cooking process of the apples depends on how soft your apples are. Let apples break down, but do not overcook them because they will turn into apple sauce and mushy.

Easy Sweet Dessert Recipe - Southern Side Dishes - Breakfast Ideas
Image by The HillBilly Kitchen via YouTube

Overall, this would make a great dessert or a way to stuff meats such as pork chops. I need to hang onto this recipe and try it out. I have a lot of apples that get soft easily. It’s an inexpensive side to add for breakfast and other meals.

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