Friday, December 28, 2007

Cooking apple

A cooking apple is an apple that is used generally for cooking rather than eating fresh. Cooking apples are bigger, and can be not as much of sweet and more sour than eating varieties. Numbers of varieties have a solid flesh that doesn't smash down too much when cooked. Only the British grow a large range of apples mainly for cooking. Some apples are double purpose, sometimes becoming sweeter and softer under storage.
Cultivars can be separated into apples which are cooked full in the oven and become soft and fluffy and those which keep hold of their shape. These apples are sometimes sweet-smelling. A baked apple is one that has been parched in an oven until it has turn out to be soft. The core is normally removed and time and again stuffed with fruits, brown sugar, raisins, or cinnamon.

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