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|By :Chop Secrets|
|Browse Category||Breakfast, Kid-Friendly, Seven Ingredients or Less|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook|
|Prep Time||5 minutes|
|Cook Time||45 minutes|
3 - 4 cups
*The MANUAL and PRESSURE COOK buttons are interchangeable.
How do you know which size Instant Pot this recipe will work in?
Very tasty. Quick release if you want it more in chunks instead of the sauce.
So simple so delicous!
Made four batches, put into jars and froze
Hi Angela. I have a 6 quart instant pot. I used 12 gala apples in mine more than enough room. The apples will reduce while cooking. What size is yours?
The easiest recipe for applesauce. It comes out the perfect consistency and chunky like we prefer. I do not add the butter. It’s perfect.
Very easy to prepare and fast to cook without heating up the kitchen using the Instant Pot. I have made 3 batches so far, once using 12 Galas, then another using 10 Galas and 2 Granny Smiths, and next using 10 Red MacIntosh and 2 Galas. All batches came out perfectly with an impecible taste. Others should note to reduce the amount of lemon juice used to your particular taste. Will certainly continue using this recipe at least once weekly during the season as we go through applesauce.
Turned out delicious, highly recommend.
Ermahgerd. Perfect consistency, absolutely delicious on a winter day. Never buying applesauce again. I do note, however, the extra juice has an unfortunate side effect of evaporating. At least that’s what I’m told happened.
I’m not sure why butter is needed (I omitted it) and I didn’t add the honey as I prefer the natural sweetness or tartness of apples. It tasted just as good as my usually stove top applesauce with the benefit of taking significantly less time. My preferred apples are Macintosh apples.
So yummy. I’m wondering if you have to,peel the apples?
Im supposed to use minimum 2 cups water in order to build pressure in my 6qt. Does anyone know if I added more water if it would taste off?
Most recipes are designed for the 6 Quart. You are correct the minimum amount is 2 cups, unless instructed by one of our recipes. Apples have lots of water which gets released during cooking.