Spicy Asian Pear Applesauce

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Chai-Spiced Pear Applesauce in Jar While applesauce is easy on the stovetop, it's even easier in a slow cooker. And in a slow cooker, you get the bonus of having a kitchen that smells like apple pie for several hours.

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Ingredients
- Serves 4 +
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1/8 cup Water
1/8 tsp Cayenne Pepper
to taste Honey
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STEP 1
Core the Asian Pear and Apple, and chop into quarter inch pieces. Place fruit in a heavy bottom pot, and turn the stove burner to low.
STEP 2
Mix Lemon Juice, Water, and Honey. Add liquid mixture, Cayenne Pepper, and Ground Ginger to the pot. Cover, and let simmer over low heat for about 45 minutes, or until fruit is soft.
STEP 3
Transfer to a blender for a smoother sauce. Adjust seasonings, and chill.
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Kate Mae
Apple sauce is great cause you can even use it in desserts as an egg substitute. I used this recipe on some baked fish and it worked great.
ednacz
Extremely simple and delicious! If you don't have a blender, chopping the apples and pears into smaller pieces works well too -- and makes for a nice, slightly chunky applesauce :)
Trischa McKenna
Delicious! exotic sauce for my chicken
Natalie Mills
My sandwich got an upgrade. Thank you !
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