What to do with old apples that is easy/fast and is not applesauce???
I have seven old and somewhat shriveled Galas that I can't bear to throw away. (If one or two, I would just toss them probably)
They have been in the frige for weeks and weeks and weeks, but look to be sound.
I have plenty of applesauce on hand, so don't want to go that direction.
Do you think they would saute OK?
Yes, I could put them in a cabbage casserole or some such, but I won't be cooking this week.
THanks for all suggestions!
The sorry looking apples generally make it into oatmeal at my house (cut into cubes, added as you bring your milk / water to a boil. And don't forget the cinnamon!
Yes, cooking with the old apples is a good way to use them up.
Your cabbage idea sounds delicious.
Apple desserts would be good too - pie, crumble, cake... etc.
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I have sauteed old apples with success - there's no way to know until you try it though. Some varieties suffer more than others from age. I would make a pan of apple crisp, most likely.