October 9, 2007

Apple Dumplings

I made these apple dumplings after dinner on Tuesday night. They turned out really, really good! Here's a little photo essay about how they were made.


The apples came first, of course. These are Granny Smiths from Eastern Long Island.

Butter, brown sugar, water, cinnamon, nutmeg, and vanilla - all boiled together in a heavy saucepan.

Six apples. Peeled and cored.

Fill each apple with brown sugar, sprinkle with cinnamon, and wrap with your favorite pastry dough.


Pour the sauce on apple dumplings that have been placed in a 9x13 baking dish.


And bake at 350° for one hour.

Yum!

9 comments:

Randy said...

Mary, you have out done yourself in the amazing culinary delights you have concocted over the years. This one beats all and what a perfect time of year for the apple!

All the senses are heightened by the smells and tastes of autumn.

Ahh the cool nights of fall. The sun sets sooner and the days grow shorter. The comfort of hot coffee and warm dumplings bring the taste of a by gone mid west autumn to mind.

Mary said...

Your nostalgic mind-set is contagious! Thank you for all your nice words, Rand! You're my favorite.

The Capo's said...

Mary they look great,you know I'm going to try and make them! Randy you make me laugh!! Gina

Mary said...

Hi Gina! These are sooooo easy! Please post pictures when yours are done. XO - Mary

Anonymous said...

Ok, these were amazing! I especially love the crust, with some whipped cream on top. Yummy! Thank you Mom!
Love. Abbey

Anonymous said...

I love apple dumplings.

Anonymous said...

These look delicious! What a great post! :)

MessyJessy said...

This is a lovely recipe just in time for the cool weather we've had. Apple dumplings are a favorite of mine this time of year.

Thanks for stopping by with the well wishes from you family. We are so excited about our new addition! I can hardly wait till March! :)

Jessica in NC

Live, Laugh, Love said...

I totally agree with everyone...these look out of this world. I can almost smell them! Bring on the fall!!!