Boiled Cider (or Apple Molasses)


"If you want the taste of apple, this is it!!!! Think of that first taste of cider in the fall and times it by TEN!!! It will POP with flavor on your taste buds and almost make you drool. And there are so many uses for it. Toss a tablespoon or two to the sliced apples for a pie or apple crisp. You will be blown away by how much more appley it tastes. (I know many professional bakers add this to their pies and crisps as their secret ingredient!)Drizzle over vanilla ice cream. Use to baste pork roasts or chops, ham, chicken or glaze other meats. Or think up your own uses."
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4-5 h servings
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  1. Pour apple cider into a stock pot and bring to a boil on high heat. Turn heat down to medium and boil cider down slowly for 4-5 hours, until cider is the consistency of maple syrup. Be sure to keep an eye on it once it boils down as the bubbles will stack up and may boil over.
  2. Pour into jar and let cool.


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