Easier than pie and just as—if not more—delicious, crisp is the shortest route to fruit dessert happiness.
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The combination of baked fruit, vanilla, and brown sugar found in this recipe from Huckleberry is absolutely intoxicating. And it's truly simple to put together—chances are, the ingredients are already in your pantry. An oat and wheat flour crumble is cut with a generous amount of butter and brown sugar, and sprinkled over cored, halved apples of your choosing. They end up soft and fragrant, with plenty of crumb to cover.
Containing a mix of light and dark meat, country-style pork ribs braise well, yielding tender meat that both flavors and absorbs the liquid they cook in. With that in mind, I built mine from rustically cut nubs of carrot, celery, onion and garlic, plus burnished tomato paste -- prepped in the same Dutch oven that's used to brown the pork. Then, the pan is deglazed with white wine, cider vinegar, chicken stock and apple cider and spiked with Dijon mustard and aromatics. After a time spent in a low oven, the whole shebang is served atop creamy mashed potatoes.
This cocktail is an apple orchard in a glass, bursting with three layers of apple flavor from fresh sweet cider, 100-proof apple brandy, and fizzy hard cider.
Apple fritters should not be jelly doughnuts in which the jam is merely replaced with an apple filling. No, an apple fritter is a nubby affair with crisp bits of chopped apples scattered throughout and just the slightest hint of confectioner's glaze. Gluten-free fritters can be tough to make, but as it turns out, size matters. Our small fritters come out with the ideal ratio of crisp fried exterior to apple-packed crumb.
You have to like both curry and fruit in savory places to be tempted by this salad from Terry Hope Romero's new vegan cookbook, Salad Samurai, because it's heavy in both. But if you're into that, which I happen to be, this salad will do you just right.
Soft apples and cinnamon spice are natural additions to this easy fuss-free baked oatmeal.
Sweet and tart Granny Smith apples, along with the standard cabbage and carrots, are paired with a tangy-sweet sour cream dressing for a slaw that outdoes the standard with its bright, tart flavor.
The best apple turnover you will ever have. Made with blitz puff pastry, the buttery and flaky pastry shell encases a sweet-tart Granny Smith apple-and-cinnamon filling that's perfectly cooked throughout.
In this simple drink, smoky mezcal offers a savory quality that unfolds on your tongue, and apple soda provides a bracing tartness.
Brats mingle with bacon, apples and onions in a bold mustard pan sauce, accompanied by parsley spaetzle.
Butternut squash, apples, and chorizo make this couscous dish comforting, which is great for a cold weather meal.
This tender, buttery, fruit or nut-filled pastry takes its name from the Danish word for pretzel. But make no mistake, it's not your supermarket Danish.
A basic fruit butter recipe that will work with apples, stone fruits, or pears.
There are few things I like more than putting some booze in my brunch, and the combination of apples and brandy are one of my favorites. Here, they combine in a quick and easy doughnut recipe.
These adorable little pies have a buttery crust and sweet apple filling.
For those celebrating Thanksgiving on a small scale, there's no reason to sacrifice festivity just because there are only a few seats at the table. This braised rabbit from Jonathan Miles's new cookbook, The Wild Chef makes for a rustic-chic dish that celebrates the fall season with a triple-punch of apples.
Attention to detail is a hallmark of the recipes found in The Hoosier Mama Book of Pie, and this apple pie is no exception. The filling is pure apple pleasure, macerated with sugar, lemon, and a bit of Chinese five spice, basted in its own syrup and baked in an all-butter crust.
There are four brisket recipes in Nick Zukin and Michael C. Zusman's new cookbook, The Artisan Jewish Deli at Home—one for each season. All are pot-roasted in flavorful sauces and packed to the brim with vegetables. The fall version is the most streamlined, containing little more than butternut squash, red onions, and cider-wine sauce spiked with garlic and thyme.
These gooey apple caramel sticky buns can be made from start to finish in about an hour.