This quick and simple spiced apple sauce recipe brings together some of the best autumn flavours. There are endless combinations of ingredients that work really well with this recipe so get creative and try your own blend. Enjoy as a perfect accompaniment to our succulent Cornish pork.
Thanks to Andi Tuck, Head Chef @ The Point at Polzeath for your input
by Samantha Mauger
Method Spiced Apple Sauce Recipe
Peel and core your apples before cutting them up into large chunks.
Place them into a heavy bottomed pan along with the Cornish cider, brown sugar and cinnamon stick. Bring the mixture to the boil, then reduce the heat and cover. Simmer for about 15 minutes or until the apples become very tender. At this stage, take the lid off the pan and continue to cook for another 5 minutes
Remove the pan from the heat and discard the cinnamon stick. Coarsely mash the apples in the pan until you have a nice consistency. Allow the sauce to cool to room temperature before decanting into a sealed container and refrigerating. Use within 5 days.
This spiced apple recipe is perfect served with pork chops, roasted pork and crackling or most other porky dishes. Try a nice generous dollop with a juicy cut of Cornish pork and mustard mashed potato. Delicious!