apple cider vinegar
drops red food coloring, optional
red cooking apples
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1In 12 inch skillet heat all ingredients except apples to boiling. Reduce heat, cover, and let simmer 5 minutes to blend flavors. Red food coloring is optional, but makes these very pretty.
2Meanwhile, core apples (but leave peel on) and slice into 1/4 inch thick rings. Cook half of rings at a time in liquid. Simmer until tender but FIRM, about 3-5 minutes. Dip out first half of apples rings and cook second half in same liquid.
3Discard lemon slices. Place all apple rings in a serving bowl and pour liquid over all. Cover and refrigerate for up to one week. Serve cold as a side dish or appetizer. Great with poultry or pork. Can also be used as a topping for ice cream.
4TO USE AS A GIFT: Arrange apple slices in a half-pint jar. Pour liquid over apples and place a lid on jar. Give with a card indicating that apples must be refrigerated and should be used within one week.
About this Recipe
Course/Dish: Fruit Appetizers
Donata Natalino deeleareus - Dec 26, 2011
I loved these as a kid..going to have to try this recipe. Thanks for sparking memories long forgotten.
Bonnie Beck sailboat - Sep 26, 2012
I am coming to your house during the holidays. :) I love these!
Teresa Lanier TeresaLanier - Oct 18, 2012
I have been looking for this recipe for the longest time. So thank you so much for shareing it with us.
Rebecca Armes bec11743 - Nov 27, 2012
Made these last night. The vinegar was a little overpowering in mine but the rest of the flavor was really good. Next time I make them I'll increase the sugar and reduce the vinegar a little. Also I think I'll take the skin off next time-didn't like chewing on it.
Can't wait to make again-such a fun blast from the past-brings back memories!