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Wanted to use up old mealy apples and ended up with a scrumptious, almost dessert-like creation! I adapted this from an internet microwave apple sauce recipe and the Joy of Cooking's french apple sauce recipe. Funny thing is they both called for sugar, but I don't think it needs it.
- Peel, core and cut apples into small chunks.
- Place in microwave safe casserole dish with butter and cinnamon.
- Cook uncovered on high 10 minutes (stir a few times).
- Let it cool a bit (I'm impatient so I only wait like 3 minutes).
- Put the apple mixture in the blender (or food processor I suppose) and puree until smooth.
- If you prefer it chunky, leave out some of the apples and add them to the puree.
- Or if you want a compote, don't blend it at all.
- This is yummy as is, but if you enjoy a hint of vanilla, then go ahead and add a dash.