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Mince Stuffed Baked Apples

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Cinnamon brings out the best flavour a green apple can give, while nutmeg offers a hint of something warm and exotic. When these two are baked together with Granny Smith Apples they result in a delicious dessert you will not regret making for your guests.

This recipe uses KENWOOD Titanium with Chopper attachment.

INGREDIENTS

STUFFED APPLE

Granny Smith Apples
1 tbsp Himalayan rock salt
50 grams brown sugar
20 grams dried apricots
20 grams raisins
20 grams walnut
20 grams almond slivers
20 grams ready-to-eat chestnuts
1 tsp cinnamon powder
1 tsp nutmeg powder

 

BASTING SYRUP

150 grams brown sugar
80 grams butter
80 ml water

METHOD

1. Core and peel the apples.
2. Mix together all other ingredients and stuff the apples. Place on a baking tray lined with parchment paper.
3. Make the basting syrup by bringing white sugar, butter and water to the boil with the vanilla. Pour over the apples before baking.
4. Bake apples in a preheated oven at 150oC for around 20 minutes, occasionally basting the apples with the juices from the tray. Serve hot together with eggnog ice cream or vanilla ice cream.

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