I have so much spinach and black bean pasta so, here we are again. I also have a lot of apples. It might get WEIRD tomorrow.
for the apple rings
4 large apples (I used gala)
1 cup flour
¼ teaspoon baking powder
2 tablespoons sugar
¼ teaspoon salt
⅛ teaspoon cinnamon
1 large egg, beaten
1 cup buttermilk
vegetable oil for frying
for the cinnamon sugar topping
⅓ cup sugar
2 teaspoons cinnamon
In a large bowl, combine the flour, baking powder, sugar, salt and ⅛ teaspoon cinnamon. Set aside. In a small bowl combine the egg and buttermilk. In a third dish, make your cinnamon-sugar topping by combining the ⅓ cup sugar and 2 teaspoons cinnamon. Set that aside too.
Next, slice the apples into ¼-inch thick slices, and use circle biscuit cutters in graduated sizes to make rings out of each slice. Discard the center circles containing the apple core.
Heat the oil in a frying pan over medium heat to 350°F.
Combine the contents of the first and second dishes as the oil warms up. This will be your batter.
Dip the apple rings in and out of the batter one at a time, removing any dripping excess by tapping the rings against the side of the bowl.
Fry the rings in small batches, turning them to ensure browning on both sides.
Once the rings are golden and crispy, transfer them to a plate lined with paper towel for a few seconds.
Quickly transfer the apple rings, one by one, into the cinnamon-sugar mixture and coat evenly.
Transfer to a wire rack and serve warm.
Apples can go a long way in the recipe, so if you don’t get to all 4 apples, don’t worry. Make as much or as little as you like.
i did it again.
it’s easy but also a pain in the ass. that’s my wheelhouse.
I did not think that was going to work but it did! I cooked it about 4 cycles longer than a waffle BEHOLD-
someone make me this
AuntMurble: you are very argumentative today!
AuntAlwaysRight: OR are you.
Me: (oh my god my food is good. *cries at beauty*)
sirpuddleduck replied to your photo “UGH. They are back. Let’s focus on this box of stuff AuntAbides sent…”
Please tell me more about the Bacon Mac & Cheese potato chips. I’ve never seen such glory. Are they magical?
first I will say, while I love potatoes, chips are not a favorite way to consume them. The bacon mac & cheese chips were good but, I found them to be like nearly every cheesy potato chip except not cheesy enough ( I ate the entire bag though). I devoured the wasabi ginger kettle chips and I hope to devour more in the future. I gave the mango salsa chips to Murble because if I’m going to eat something that tastes like mango, I’d like it to be a mango. And for some reason the cappuccino chips didn’t make it to Iowa but, here was Murble’s report: “Jennifer, you don’t understand. They were so bad *I* couldn’t finish one chip. and that’s is saying a lot” she really really loves potato chips. and that’s the chip report.
sirpuddleduck replied to your photo “AuntPretty1 just gave me a bag of candy and my dad brought Montana…”
Can you tell me about those chocolate caramel pretzel bites? Are they amazing? They sound fantastic. You’re fantastic.
they were good. I was in need of candy. salty and sweet. I doubt I’ll ever buy them, probably a miracle I didn’t pull a filling.
GOOD SNACKING TO YOU!
Okay. I’m sure this looks gross but the avocado rice is much more flavorful today and I love rice and eggs so I hope you can deal with it.
Apparently there is a magical place called Middlesborough where one can get a giant pizza-sized breaded chicken cutlet topped with béchamel-type sauce and massive, massive amounts of cheese. This food of the gods is referred to as a “Parmo.”