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    Default apple pie filling (canning)

    http://www.msue.msu.edu/msue/imp/mod01/01600842.html

    Apple Pie in a Jar

    Peel and slice apples.
    for the syrup:
    4 1/2 c. sugar
    1/4 tsp. nutmeg, optional
    2 tsp. cinnamon
    1 c. cornstarch
    1 tsp. salt
    10 c. water
    3 tbsp. lemon juice
    To make syrup, cook ingredients until thick and bubbling, add lemon juice.
    Fill sterilized quart jars with apples, cover with syrup.
    Clean top of jar and cover with hot sterilized lid and ring.
    Process 20 minutes in water bath.
    **28 cups of sliced apples will fill 7 quart jars.
    http://www.recipesource.com/misc/can...-filling1.html

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    I made this 2 years ago and it didn't turn out at all like I was expecting. I ended up by throwing it all out.

    I didn't use the type of apples they suggested, and I'm sure thats why the results were as they were.

    Dh loves apple pies though, so I may try it again with the proper apples this time.

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    Originally posted by homesteadmamma
    I made this 2 years ago and it didn't turn out at all like I was expecting. I ended up by throwing it all out.

    I didn't use the type of apples they suggested, and I'm sure thats why the results were as they were.

    Dh loves apple pies though, so I may try it again with the proper apples this time.
    I made apple crisp last year with the wrong apples. UGH. I'd like to try making it mostly to use as a pancake, waffle, ice cream type topping.

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    Thank you Sara!

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    If y'all try it post the results and let us know how it turns out please. Thanks.

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    Did anyone can any apple pie filling this year? How did they turn out?

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    I did!

    I haven't made anything wit it yet, but I'll let you know when I do. )

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