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    Does any one know, when it comes to apple sauce instead of oil, is it the same amounts as the oil or more or less? Sweetened sauce or natural? I used to do this years ago but I cannot remember it now, also does anyone have suggestions of when to use it? I tried it with brownies, came out horrible. In what other things does it work? I know cakes but i am not much of a cake maker, prefer brownies.

    Thanks,

    #2
    Re: Apple Sauce

    One for one substitution

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      #3
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      I have apple drops in my yard; I make apple sauce by putting in cored, halved, unpeeled apples in my Crock Pot. I used to slice, dice, put through a ricer....I realized I didn't need to. If I leave the apple sauce in the cooker for another day, I can get a nice brown apple butter, easily.

      I use apple sauce one for one for fat, but I usually only substitute only half, partially because I use soyflour (and water) instead of egg so I worry about the moisture. I'm not very taste or texture sensitive, myself, so I probably should substitute the whole thing.

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        Re: Apple Sauce

        Originally posted by debtfreeme
        Does any one know, when it comes to apple sauce instead of oil, is it the same amounts as the oil or more or less? Sweetened sauce or natural? I used to do this years ago but I cannot remember it now, also does anyone have suggestions of when to use it? I tried it with brownies, came out horrible. In what other things does it work? I know cakes but i am not much of a cake maker, prefer brownies.

        Thanks,
        You can go one to one, just check that the consistency is about the same as it would be with oil.

        Works great in muffins.

        Applesauce cake, muffins, breads. Applesauce cake can be a pan cake, not a layered one, and you can make it thin so more like brownies. Add extra eggs to get a more brownie effect. I have a chocolate applesauce cake recipe.

        Anyhoo, in general, should be an easy substitution. If it's not cooking right, use less, and make sure you have the eggs in it (binding). If it looks soupy, add more flour or oatmeal/oatbran/soak it up

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          #5
          Re: Apple Sauce

          This may sound weird, but can you cook pork chops in a slow cooker in apple sauce. I cooked some yesterday in a marinade. Well, they are very tender, but the marinade is too strong for my taste. I want something sweeter tasting. Anyone ever try it?

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            #6
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            No but It sounds wonderful, when I was growing up the only way to eat porkchops was drowned in applesauce! Haven't had them in ages. (DH thinks the only way to eat them is shake in bake, eww, no offense)

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              #7
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              I like shake and bake, but they are sometimes tough. For some reason, pork chops have been real cheap here lately. I think I will try the applesauce thing.

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                #8
                Re: Apple Sauce

                Tightwad Gazette has a good recipe for homemade shake and bake.

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                  #9
                  lol.....

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                    #10
                    I like apple milk shake

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                      #11
                      Wow great recepie really ...I really must try it . Thanks to share post.

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                        #12
                        I found this about pork chop cooked with apple sauce. The reviews weren't so hot--
                        Cran-Apple Pork & Sweet Potatoes

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                          #13
                          Well I would like apple sauce with some baked cookies.

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                            #14
                            Recipe for Applesauce:-

                            Ingredients:
                            • 1 cup Peeled, cored and diced Apple (1 medium size)
                            • 1/2 cup or as needed Water
                            • 1 Cinnamon Stick (optional)

                            Procedure:
                            1. Combine the chopped apples, water and cinnamon stick (if using) in a saucepan and cook it for about 15 minutes or until tender. Add some more water if you think its necessary.
                            2. Remove it from heat and cool it.
                            3. If there is excess water, drain out the apples and blend it smooth in a blender adding little water if needed. Reserve the excess liquid and use it in the baking recipe for some of the liquids mentioned. The above measurement yields 3/4th of a cup of applesauce which can be substituted for 3 eggs.

                            Note:-
                            1. The cooking can be very well done in a microwave oven too. It takes only about 3 minutes to cook.
                            2. Since we are not using any preservatives, I would suggest using this homemade applesauce within a day or two.
                            3. To process such a small amount of apple you need a very small blender like the Magic Bullet or the Indian mixer jar I own. If you don’t have either one of these try using a fork/potato masher or increase the quantity of apples.
                            4. You may choose to use the cinnamon or omit it. It is especially preferable to use the spice if you are going to use the applesauce in a recipe which calls for cinnamon.
                            5. This homemade applesauce is also a very good starter food for babies. You can try the same with pears too.
                            6. If finding unsweetened applesauce is not a problem, then I would recommend buying the pack with small snack size cups instead of a big bottle. You won’t believe how many times I have thrown away bottles with about 3/4th of the sauce still in there. However careful you might be like using a clean and dry spoon, closing the lid properly and refrigerating it immediately after use, it tends to grow mold. So these snack size packs are very convenient and economical. Each container measures about 1/2 a cup. Even if you use only a small portion of that, you can always snack on the remaining or use it while preparing pancakes, in milkshakes etc.

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                              #15
                              Olivia Walton's Applesause Dessert

                              One D butter
                              1 D sugar
                              2 mugs applesauce
                              Two cups mild raisins
                              1 C cut nuts
                              One teaspoon baking soda
                              Three d flour sifted
                              Two ova
                              One teaspoon sugar-cinnamon
                              Two teaspoon cloves
                              Two tsp nutmeg
                              touch associated with sodium

                              Sift together flour, cooking soda, sodium, sugar-cinnamon, cloves as well as nutmeg. Consider d flour combination and mix in to the nut products and raisins. Arranged each apart. Lotion butter until whipped gentle. Include sugars just a little at a time until combination is actually sleek. Defeat within ova vigorously. Alternately stir within flour mixture as well as applesause. When just about all combined together add nuts and raisins and mix well. Put player right into a nicely greased cake mildew. Make within pre-heated stove at 350 levels for just one hour. Awesome 10 minutes, then turn out on cake rack. Frost with whisky icing whenever dessert is awesome.


                              Jane's Rum Frosting
                              d butter
                              One the best spinner's cream
                              touch of sodium
                              2 d powder sugar
                              2 the best spinner's rum (whiskey)

                              Lotion butter, include sugar and sodium, after that cream as well as whiskey. Whip till sleek. Frost dessert. Decorate with a sprig associated with holly.

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