Friday, November 19, 2010

Bourbon Fried Apples

Sooner or later Mr. Jack Daniels is just going to need his whole own recipe section on this site. This is a recipe passed down from mommy dearest, and has always been one of my favorites growing up! It goes as a side dish for just about anything... barbecues, fancy dinners, you name it. I made the recipe for our friends' Thanksgiving dinner Wednesday at our apartment.


6 Granny Smith Apples, cored and sliced
1/2 Cup sugar
1/4 Cup butter
1/4 Cup water
2 Tablespoons of Jack Daniels (Or more!)
A gooood sprinkling of cinnamon (At least 2 teaspoons)


Mix water, sugar, butter, and Jack together in a pan on medium high heat just to combine and melt the butter a little. Then add the cut up apples (I have an apple slicer and I cut them into 16 pieces with it, but 8 will also do!), sprinkle the cinnamon over them, and then mix it up.

Cook down for approximately 15-20 minutes until apples start to become slightly mushy, stirring occasionally.


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