The Iowa Housewife: Fried Cinnamon Apples

They were on sale, what can I say.  This is a quick delicious simple recipe to
serve when pork chops or pork roast or ham are on the menu.  We serve these as dessert, topped with a
little whipped cream because my husband loves whipped cream.  Plain cream poured on top or serving them
over ice cream is perfect too. 

I use my apple wedger to cut my apple slices; if
you cut them thinly they may not need to cook as long, you don’t want them
mushy.                   
  2          
large  apples — Honey Crisp or
Granny Smith
  4          
Tbsp  butter
  4         
Tbsp  granulated sugar — or brown
sugar
     1        tsp 
cinnamon
  1          
dash  nutmeg
  1          
teaspoon  clearjel, cook type or
cornstarch
     ¼       cup 
water
Peel and
slice apples into wedges. Melt the butter in a skillet over medium heat. Add
apples and cook for 10 minutes over medium low, covered. Stir in the sugar and
spices.
Dissolve
clearjel or cornstarch in water and pour over the spiced apples, stirring to
combine. Cook another 4-5 minutes, until syrup has thickened and apples are
crisp tender.

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