Pire od jabuka / apple puree

How to make homemade apple puree?

The inspiration and the recipe for the apple puree as well as another recipe that is soon to come, I found on the blog called Na tanjiru.

The thing is that I had lots of apples that had lost their initial purpose. This is one excellent recipe how not to throw them away but use them in cakes, lunch, pastries etc.

How to make apple puree?

You don’t even have to make it. Just go to the store and save yourself the trouble for a couple hundreds of dinars.

But it somehow warms my heart when I make it by myself, because I feel better when I convince myself that I eat healthier 🙂 even though I put it in pancakes for example 🙂

What you cannot go without in this recipe are the apples. And then water, honey, lemon, vanilla, and cinnamon.

Pire od jabuka / Apple sauce

For some time now I have been using honey instead of sugar wherever I can, so that’s what I did in this recipe, too. It goes in the end anyway, so there wasn’t any problem whatsoever.

Basic applesauce

This is a basic apple puree or sauce recipe which you can certainly modify.

First, while I was cleaning the apples, pulling out their seeds and cutting them in equal cubes so that they can be cooked evenly, I put water to boil.

Just as the water boiled, I finished with apples.

Pire od jabuka / Apple sauce

I also cut the vanilla pod lengthways, took out the seeds and left them aside, while the very pod I saved for the next step.

I put apples, cinnamon, half-lemon juice, vanilla pod and cinnamon stick into the boiled water.

Basically, the cleaning of apples was the entire wisdom. I cooked all of this together for about 30 minutes. The longer you cook it, the puree gets denser, so be careful with that.

When everything was done, the apples became softer…I mashed the puree with a hand blender and added vanilla seeds. Then, a bit of lemon zest, a spoon of honey. And a bit more of ground cinnamon (I love the smell of cinnamon, especially in autumn).

You can add honey and cinnamon to your taste, but depending on the type of apples you chose for your apple puree (sweeter or sour).

Pire od jabuka / Apple sauce

And that’s it…

Put the puree in a jar and in the fridge. Use when you need it for sweets or for example as a sauce for pork meat.

Pire od jabuka / apple puree

 

 

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