Since I've gotten over my fear of frying foods, I decided to try this recipe out...Deep Fried Apple Pie!
sister's apple-peeler-corer-slicer for this project and it saved me a ton of time!
They're so good, even my snowman wanted in on the action :)
They're so crunchy on the outside and so sweet and chewy on the inside. A perfect combination! The caramel sauce took them to another level! Milk was very necessary :)
3 medium apples, peeled, cored and sliced up
1/3 Cup packed brown sugar
2 Tbsp unsalted butter
2 tsp lemon juice
1 Tbsp nutmeg
1/4 tsp cinnamon
1 package spring roll wrappers
Vegetable oil, enough to fry with
Powdered sugar for garnishing
Start off by peeling and slicing and coring the apples. Set aside. In a medium sauce pan melt the sugar, butter and lemon juice over medium heat. Once fully melted, add in the nutmeg, cinnamon and apples. Stir until the apples have softened, about 10 minutes. Let sit until cooled.
For the spring roll wrappers I had to run mine under water for just a second to get the paper more pliable. I'm not sure if mine were old or what, but they were not easy to roll up until I did this. Put about 2 tablespoons worth of apple filling on your wrap and roll it up. You can try to roll them without wetting them if they seem flexible enough. Either way, on your final fold wet your fingers and the edges to seal the wrapper together. Heat your oil over medium high heat to 375 degrees. Gently place your apple-filled wraps in the oil and let 'em fry until golden brown, about 5-6 minutes. Remove and let them drain on paper towels. Sprinkle with caramel sauce and powdered sugar. Enjoy!!
What's your favorite thing to fry? Got any new ingredients you've tried lately that blew your mind? Let me know. Love to hear it!
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