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Fried Sorghum Apples

From Miami County Locally Grown

<p>I love the ease of this delicious recipe, whether you call it a side dish, a dessert, or a snack. Fancy enough for Thanksgiving dinner, but simple enough to fit in our regular repertoire. And only two ingredients? What&#8217;s not to love?!</p>
Source: Jennifer Ruff (Entered by Lee Ruff)
Serves: As many as you need - generally 4-6 unless your husband is really hungry and loves this!

3 T sorghum syrup
4-8 apples

Step by Step Instructions
  1. Pour three tablespoons of sorghum into a crock pot or frying pan. Fill with as many peeled and sliced apples as you need! I fill a medium frying pan heaping full, with just enough room to stir. The apples will shrink down as they soften.
  2. Cook over medium heat a few minutes until apples soften, stirring regularly. Add more sorghum by the tablespoonful if necessary.
  3. When all apples are softened and coated, remove from heat and enjoy! No butter or water is necessary, with the sorghum so water-soluble.
  4. When in doubt, use less sorghum than you think necessary, because you can always add more. A little goes a long way!