A Feast of Ice and Fire: 17th-Century Baked Apples

A review of 17th-Century Baked Apples from the A Feast of Ice and Fire Cookbook.

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17th-Century Baked Apples

“[T]here were baked apples and berry tarts and pears poached in strong-wine.” – A Clash of Kings

20180331_123937Just reading through the ingredients of this recipe I knew it was going to be a winner: cinnamon, sugar, melted butter, apples.  That’s it!

And the steps were very simple:

  • Step 1: mix the butter, sugar, and cinnamon together.
  • Step 2: Slice apple in half and remove core
  • Step 3: Put butter mixture on apples
  • Step 4: Bake in oven for an hour

20180331_113548I was worried about putting the apples in the oven for such a long time, but they didn’t burn at all and were SO delicious!  They weren’t exactly pretty once they were done, but who cares as long as they taste good?

Taste: 10/10

We’re keeping this recipe!  You really can’t go wrong with butter, cinnamon, sugar and apple.  The apples were soft, and the cinnamon and sugar worked so well with them!

Difficulty: Easy

A very simple recipe with few ingredients.  The most difficult part is cutting the apple, so not bad at all!

Cost: Cheap

You may already have all of these ingredients on hand.  We purchased the apples, but had the rest in our pantry and fridge.



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