(m)eat to live Posted October 2, 2012 Share Posted October 2, 2012 I made this on the fly at dinner the other night because we needed something carby to go with dinner and I was tired of sweet potatoes. It was So. Darn. Good. that I think it will become a new staple at my house. Sadly, I googled later and discovered that I am apparently not the first to come up with this combo. Sigh. Thought I was a genius there for a minute. But I wanted to share here anyway. Here's what I did: Take 6 gala apples, peel, core, slice kinda thin. Use one of those rotating slicers if you've got it. If you don't peel, you might want to score the peel every 1/2" or so. That way, it will break up easier for you later. Throw the apples in a large saucepan with a little water (maybe 1/2 cup), pumpkin pie spice blend (1 Tbsp or so) and some ghee (1-2 Tbsp). Bring it up to a low boil. Reduce heat til it's juuuuust barely simmering. Cover and cook down til the apples get soft enough to cut with a spoon, maybe 15-20 minutes. Then add in a can of pumpkin puree. Stir to mix, breaking up the apples into bite-sized bits as you stir. Cook a few more minutes to warm the pumpkin and absorb some of the liquid. Eat. Totally delicious. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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