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Stewed Apples or Compote

Stewed Apples or Compote is very popular sweet drink in Russian cuisine. It's can be made with different kind of fruits and served cold all year around.

 You will need:

600-700 g fresh apples;
1.5 liters of water;
0.5-0.75 cup of sugar.

Cut  prewashed apples  into eight slices and cut out core.

 Put apples in a pan, cover with cold water and place on medium heat. Add 100 g of the sugar and bring compote to a boil.

 Then add the rest of the sugar, stir and remove pan from the heat. No need to boil apples once more. it will help to preserve vitamins.

 Let  Compote stand for 20 minutes. Then pour into mugs and serve chilled.


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Category: Beverages&Drinks | Added by: Tanusha (2012-06-25)
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