Apples abound this time of year, but one can only cook so many pies, crisps, and batches of apple sauce. So, I’ve scoured the web and picked seven recipes by star chefs and top food websites that make the most of these autumnal gems in unexpected ways. As the weather cools…
• Make a refreshing punch: Apple and Mint Punch by Giada De Laurentiis (from Food Network)
•Bake with sweet potatoes: Apple and Sweet Potato Tart with Brandy Pecan Glaze by Carla Hall (from Delish)
•Stir into risotto: Green Apple Risotto by Mario Batali (from Food Network)
•Toss with pasta: Fettuccine with Apples, Prosciutto, & Mascarpone (from The Daily Meal)
•Pair with pears: Slow Cooker Spiced Apple & Pear Butter by Kelsey Nixon (from Cooking Channel)
•Add spice with curry powder: Curried Roasted Apples and Parsnips by Mark Bittman (from KitchenDaily)
•Build a salad: Chopped Apple Salad with Toasted Walnuts, Blue Cheese & Pomegranate Vinaigrette by Bobby Flay (from Food Network)
Now go forth, make a dent in that bushel from your grocer or farmers’ market, and get cooking—or, more importantly, eating.
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