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Cooking with the Microwave: Michael Voltaggio Makes Apple Sauce

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Uploaded on Feb 8, 2010

One of the most underused, under-appreciated appliances in any kitchen is the Microwave. Most people think it's used for just warming things up, and occasionally defrosting meat and poultry, but it can actually do far more than just that. For today's video, I'm gonna show you one of those uses: making apple sauce.

To start, take a few apples and peel them. Once they are clean, slice the apples into very thin pieces. Take the pieces and put them in a microwaveable safe bowl. Wrap the bowl in plastic wrap and pop it in the microwave (the wrapping doesn't have to be perfect). With most types of microwaves it takes about two minutes to cook. If the apples look soft enough to puree, you'll know it's finished.

Then simply put the now mushy apples into a blender, add any additional ingredients (cinnamon is very common add-in), and blend. Now you have ready to serve apple sauce, courtesy of your microwave.

Enjoy the video and let us know if you have any questions.

Michael

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