Canning Crisp Apple Slices Food Storage Recipe

This Canning Crisp Apple Slices Food Storage Recipe is over the top delicious ! Peel, core, and slice apples. It is one of the easiest canning recipes so it is perfect for beginning canners.

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Apples are a delicious fruit that can be eaten ripe or at any time if preserved correctly. A popular way of keeping them fresh is canning them. Canned apples will remain sweet and retain their autumn fresh, ripe flavor, as well as keep their texture. They are soft to slice with just your fork, but not too soft that they can be mashed up. They will keep their crisp bite which defines the deliciousness of an apple. Texture is important to people in terms of consumption and can go a long way when it comes to cooking.

Get the following: 5 cups of apples, a five-gallon bucket, and sugar, what type of sugar is up to you. If you want to bake an apple pit, maybe some brown sugar will work. First, take every apple and wash, peel, core, and slice them into 1/8 pieces. Next, layer the sliced apples in the five-gallon bucket and put them all over inside so you can sprinkle them with the 3/4 cups of sugar.Continue to layer them until you’re run out of apples or the bucket is filled up. Then, cover the apples with a plate, add a weight to juice them out, and cover the whole bucket with a lid, letting them to sit in for up to 24 hours.

After the 24 hours, take the apple slices out and put them into clean quarts while moving the juices to a pot and bring it to a boil. Pour the hot juice over the apples with some space in between from the cover. Stick a canning knife down the sides of the jar to remove air bubbles, wipe the rim of the jar clean, and close them with a warm ring and lid.

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