For this months edition of Taste and Create, I was paired with Always Eat On Good China. I think this is the second time we are being paired together.Though I had bookmarked another recipe from her blog featuring potatoes, I made this one keeping in mind the theme for this months Blogging marathon.
If you are new to this concept of Taste and Create, here is an intro about this wonderful event..Taste and Create, started by Nicole, is a food community where we are paired with another blogger and we get to taste and create the recipes from the partner's blog.Would you like to join us?Then here is some good news...Sign-ups for the November edition is now underway.The deadline to sign up is November 8th. , and because of the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday , you'll have until December 1st to complete your submissions. I hope you'll consider joining us! Just email Min @ firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, blog name and a link to your blog to sign up.
The December and January Taste & Create events will be combined into one, so you'll have almost two whole months to complete your entry if you'd like to sign up for that one! Sign up deadline for Dec/Jan will be December 8th, and submissions will be due by January 24, 2012
Homemade Apple sauce:
Recipe Source -Always Eat On Good China
Apples - 2 , large,peeled, cored and roughly chopped
Golden raisins- A handful
Peach nectar - 100ml
Cinnamon powder- a large pinch
Sugar- 1 teaspoon
- In a saucepan simmer peach nectar and golden raisins for 5 minutes.
- Add water,sugar,cinnamon and apples.Mix well.
- Cook on medium flame till the apples are done.
- Puree /mash to the preferred consistency.
Homemade apple sauce is ready!!!!
- You can make a large batch of this apple sauce and freeze it for later use.
- The apples were sweet enough so I added very little sugar.You can adjust the quantity of sugar to suit your taste.
Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#9
Labels: * Taste And Create, Blogging Marathon, Fun With Fruits, Vegan varieties