Make Apple Rings Yourself – That’s How It Works

Make apple rings yourself in a few minutes

Making the apple rings yourself has a number of advantages: On the one hand, the homemade snack is very inexpensive, especially if you use apples from your own garden. On the other hand, you can control exactly what is in your apple rings.

  • If you have to use purchased fruit, you should first remove pesticides from the apples.
  • Making the apple rings will only take you a few minutes. First, remove the core of the apple using an apple corer. If you don’t have a corner at hand, that’s no problem, you can remove the inside of the apple later.
  • Cut the apple into as thin slices as possible with a sharp knife. The thinner the slices are, the crispier the apple rings will be later.
  • Finally, distribute the apple rings on a large, microwaveable plate or alternatively a baking tray.
    If you haven’t removed the apple seeds yet, do so now. Using an ice cream scoop or deep spoon, scoop out the center portion of each apple slice.
  • Before you put the apple rings in the microwave for 10 minutes, refine the fruit according to your taste.
  • Lemon juice, cinnamon, or powdered sugar, for example, go very well with the apple rings.
  • If you want to make the apple rings in the oven, you have to be patient a little longer. At around 80 degrees, the healthy snack takes about one to two hours.

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Written by John Myers

Professional Chef with 25 years of industry experience at the highest levels. Restaurant owner. Beverage Director with experience creating world-class nationally recognized cocktail programs. Food writer with a distinctive Chef-driven voice and point of view.

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