Mock Fried Apples

Published: 18th February 2011
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Mock Fried Apples Recipe is a delicious recipe made from chayote fruits. This is a really unique side dish. I think this would be great with pork chops or aft pork roast. Many Testers said this doesnít taste exactly like apples, but it is quite good, and my whole family liked it. So donít be nervous about that unfamiliar chayote. You can found chayote at the first grocery Just follow the below steps for the best results.

Ingredients used for this recipe:

2 chayote fruits (pear-shaped fruit of West Indian origin), 1/3 cup apple cider vinegar, 3-5 packets Splenda or 2ó10 tsps granular Splenda, to taste, 1/2 tsp cinnamon, 1 tsp salt, 55g butter, Guar (optional)

Wash chayote thoroughly. Quarter lengthwise removing seeds. Cut quarters crosswise into thin slices. Place slices in a bowl or ziplock bag. Wash your hands!

In a small bowl, combine vinegar, Splenda. cinnamon, and salt. Add to chayote slices and toss or shake to coat thoroughly. let marinate at least 1 hour.

Melt butter in a hot frying pan. When butter is sizzling, add chayote and any juice and cook until chayote is hot but still crunchy ó cook until more tender if desired. (Our tester liked this cooked for about 8 minutes.) If desired, thicken pan juices with your guar or shaker to create a thick, yummy glaze.

The Calorie Count for this recipe is : Each with: 167 calories; 16g fat; 1 g protein; 7g carbohydrate; 3g dietary fibre; 4g usable carbs.

This recipe Serves: 3 persons.

Special Note: When cutting up chayote, either wear plastic gloves or wash your hands with hot soapy water immediately afterward. The chayote juice contains a sort of 5tarch that will form an annoying tight film on your fingertips that lasts forever and one it dries itís horribly hard to scrub off.

The Author "Tom Schavo" is an expert Cooking adviser who runs a site on Cooking tips:



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