Hungarian applesauce is an amazing accompaniment to pork roasts, pork chops, and for pork meats of any kind. Taste this apple sauce once and you will never go back to sweet applesauce. There really is no comparison. Hungarian applesauce is in a class all by itself. With a hint of parsley, this sauce is a combination of slightly tangy and sweet apple flavour… it truly is divine. Serve it with pork and alongside of rice or mashed potatoes.

4 apples
2 fresh parsley sprigs
1 + 1/4 cups water
sprinkling of Fruit Fresh
1 Tbsp sugar
salt to taste
1/2 cup 14% sour cream
1 Tbsp cornstarch

• Wash and peel the apples.
• Cut into quarters and remove the cores.
• Cut the quarters into 1/2 cm thick slices.
• Place the apple slices in a pot.
• Add 1 cup water, a sprinkling of Fruit Fresh, 1 Tbsp sugar and salt to taste.
• Bring to the simmer and slow cook for 1 minute. Remove from heat.
• Combine the cornstarch and the sour cream.
• Add 1/4 cup of water and whisk to combine.
• Place a fine sieve over the skillet with the apples and force the sour cream mixture through the sieve.
• Gently stir the sour cream mixture into the apple liquid and return to heat.
• Bring to the boil and slowly simmer for 1 minute.
• Remove from heat.
• Discard the fresh parsley and serve the sauce.

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