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Pampered Chef: Apple Nut Ring

  1. dkitten13

    dkitten13 Member

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    I was passed a party from my director for tomorrow...the host is buying the ingredients and wants to make the Apple Nut Ring. I have no idea what that is or what I should expect. She asked me to bring the Rotary Grater for the nuts (I don't have that) will the new Adjustable Grater work? If anyone has that recipe and can e-mail it or post it I would be indebted!

    Thanks!
     
    May 29, 2009
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  2. ChefBeckyD

    ChefBeckyD Legend Member Gold Member

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    I found it by just doing a recipe search on CC - This is a very old PC recipe (I remember the consultant making this in the early 90's when I attended a show!)...too bad she picked this one. I'd use the food chopper for the nuts if you don't have the rotary grater...hope you have some of the other products!

    The Pampered Chef®


    Apple Nut Ring
    Ingredients:
    2 packages (7.5 ounces each) refrigerated buttermilk biscuits
    2/3 cup sugar
    1 tablespoon ground cinnamon

    1/4 cup butter or margarine, melted
    2 medium Granny Smith apples
    1/3 cup chopped nuts

    Directions:

    1. Preheat oven to 400°F. Separate biscuits. In Classic Batter Bowl, microwave butter on HIGH 30-45 seconds or until melted. Combine sugar and cinnamon. Dip biscuits in butter; roll in sugar mixture. Arrange biscuits in an overlapping circular pattern in Deep Dish Baker.
    2. Peel, core and slice apples using Apple Peeler/Corer Slicer. Cut slices in half crosswise with Utility Knife. Place an apple slice between each biscuit and around outer edge of baker. Grate nuts using Deluxe Cheese Grater fitted with coarse grating drum. Mix nuts with any remaining sugar mixture; sprinkle over top.
    3. Bake 25-30 minutes or until biscuits are deep golden brown. Serve warm using Mini-Serving Spatula.

    Yield: 10 servings or 20 sample servings

    Nutrients per serving: Calories 230, Total Fat 8 g, Saturated Fat 3 g, Cholesterol 12.5 mg, Carbohydrate 38 g, Protein 3 g, Sodium 50 mg, Fiber 1 g

    Cook’s Tips: Pantry Korintje Cinnamon can be substituted for ground cinnamon, if desired.

    ©The Pampered Chef, Ltd. 2009
    The Pampered Chef
     
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  3. pcsharon1

    pcsharon1 Veteran Member Gold Member

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    Funny story...one of my first shows I was making apple nut ring - this was years ago. I forgot the apples! No one noticed - I didn't even notice until I got home.

    On a side note it is a very simple recipe. Easy to do and shows tools I don't usually use like the Apple Peeler Corer Slicer.
     
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  4. dkitten13

    dkitten13 Member

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    Its been years since I used the Apple-peeler-slicer...I hope I can find the directions on the CC!
     
    May 29, 2009
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  5. BlessedWifeMommy

    BlessedWifeMommy Veteran Member

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    I'm sorry! I don't offer recipes that use the APCS. It never works well for me, especially not at a show. I say get some apples and practice. I even suggest taking a few good round apples with you to the show, just in case the host doesn't know how to pick apples to use with the APCS.
     
  6. dkitten13

    dkitten13 Member

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    Good idea. As I said, years ago I bought one and never had trouble using it...but I hate soft apples and most of the fresh picked are never that big. I have to get up early to practice!
     
    May 29, 2009
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  7. pcsharon1

    pcsharon1 Veteran Member Gold Member

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    I sell a bunch of them every fall and do a lot of apple recipes in Sept and Oct. Love it and make sure to cross sell with potatoes
     
    May 29, 2009
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  8. ChefPaulaB

    ChefPaulaB Veteran Member

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    The trick for the APCS is using firm apples... you can't use the mushy kind, they just push right through and don't work right. Get a firmer apple, granny smity, fuji or something like that and it works like a dream!
     
    Jun 1, 2009
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