Candy Apples

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Candy Apples: Chewy candy outside and soft juicy apple inside who can resist these beautiful and delicious candy apples. I bet I won't. This week I will be posting candies recipes for the 71st edition of Blogging Marathon's first week. Candies happen to be everyone's favourite either kid or adults? Whenever I feel like I would love to lick on some lollipops and candies with my girls and they are like you love candies and watch the cartoon with us and tells me that I sometimes behave like kids. This is so much fun and even Mr Husband sometimes joins us and we all would enjoy eating candies while watching kids programmes on TV.




The candy apple recipe is from a cookbook that I recently borrowed from the library called Home Grown Harvest which has delicious and exotic vegetarian recipes for the homegrown fruits and vegetables. The recipe is super easy to make and totally a kids favourite. Do try these luscious candy apples and enjoy the season with friends and family.



Blogging Marathon#70 Week 1 / Day 1
Theme-Bring Candies
Dish- Candy Apples
Source- Cookbook


Ingredients:

6 golden delicious or red apples
1 cup sugar
1/4 cup golden syrup
1/2 teaspoon lemon juice
few drops of red food colouring (optional)

Method:
Wash and dry the apples with a kitchen towel.
Press down the bamboo skewers or lollipop sticks inside each apple right in the centre over the twig.
Line a baking tray with parchment paper.
In a heavy bottom, saucepan adds sugar, water, golden syrup and red food colouring ,if using.
Bring it to a boil and then let it boil for about 10 minutes. Check for doneness by adding a drop of the syrup in water. If it forms a ball then the syrup is done.
Remove the syrup from heat and add lemon juice. Tilt the saucepan on one side and coat the apples in the syrup by swirling from each side.
Arrange them on the baking tray. Let the candy set for about 30 minutes. Once set remove from baking tray.
Serve and enjoy.






Serve- 3 Cooking time -20 minutes


This goes for the December Week 1, Cooking from Cookbook Challenge Group.
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Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing this BM#71

Best regards,
Sapana Behl

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9 comments

  1. Very interesting one Sapana, never would have thought of this!

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  2. So easy to make.. Looks yum :)

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  3. I remember having this candy apples in so many country side fairs..They looks prefect.

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  4. Candied apples would have not crossed my mind when thinking about candies but I guess why not when looking at those flavorful apples.

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  5. We buy these from apples farms when we visit. These are super cool and homemades are always the best.

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  6. The candied apples look so inviting, I have always admired these from windows , but never had them, you are tempting me to try them.

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  7. They look so tempting, Sapana. Beautifully done and captured

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  8. Wow, candied apples look great Sapana.

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  9. OMG, these apples look so good! Best option when planning Halloween or any autum parties.

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