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       Title: CIDER-MAPLE APPLES
  Categories: Desserts, Diabetic
       Yield: 1 servings
  
            Stephen Ceideburg
       1    Firm cooking apple *
       3 tb Cider or apple juice
       2 tb Maple syrup
  
   * such as Granny Smith, MacIntosh or Winesap
   
   Hands on time: 5 minutes. Stovetop cooking time: 10
   minutes. Microwaving time: 5 minutes.
   
   Peel apple, cut in half vertically; remove seeds with
   melon ball cutter or paring knife. Cut halves into
   1/2-inch slices. Pour cider and syrup over apple
   slices in small nonstick skillet for stovetop cooking,
   or in 2-cup casserole for microwaving.
   
   To cook on the stovetop: Cover apple slices and bring
   to a simmer over low heat; cook 10 minutes, or until
   translucent. Stir once or twice, adding water if
   necessary to prevent sticking.
   
   To cook in a microwave: Cook, covered, on high 2
   minutes. Stir and cook on high, uncovered, 2 to 3
   minutes longer, or until tender. Let stand 5 minutes
   before serving.
   
   Per serving: 207 calories (1 percent from protein, 97
   percent from carbohydrate, 2 percent from fat), less
   than 1 gram protein, 54 grams carbohydrate, 1 gram
   fat, 0 cholesterol, 26 milligrams sodium.
   
   Exchanges: 2 fruit.
   
   From the Oregonian FOODday, 1/5/93.
   
   Posted by Stephen Ceideburg
  
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