|Total Time||1 hour|
Cooking the apples in the oven and then running them through a food mill makes for a easy, hands-off way of doing applesauce. I opt for less cinnamon, allowing more apple flavor to come through, but if you prefer more, by all means adjust the amount. This applesauce makes a delicious dessert when served warm; you can also serve it for breakfast with buttered toast and a hot cup of black tea.
|½||cup apple cider or juice|
|¼ to ½||tsp. cinnamon|
|~||Pinch of ground cloves|
|~||Zest and juice of 1 lemon|
|¼||cup brown sugar|
|8||apples, washed and quartered (no need to peel or core them)|
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