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Chunky Rhubarb Applesauce

Chunky Rhubarb Applesauce

"Our backyard was filled with rhubarb when I was growing up in Illinois, and my mom would always add some to her applesauce. We liked ours tart, but you can adjust the sugar to your taste and depending on the tartness of your apples. This applesauce isn't my only memory of rhubarb...I still remember us kids eating it raw - after we sprinkled it liberally with salt!"
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50 m servings
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  1. Place rhubarb, apples and sugar to taste in a large saucepan. Cover and simmer until fruit is soft, about 40-45 minutes. Stir in cinnamon and nutmeg. Serve warm or cold.

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This was a wonderfully simple recipe. The only thing I did differently was to cook it on low in a slow cooker, since I was busy gardening and didn't want to stand over it. I also left the appl...

I made this with Granny Smith apples and the applesauce was good, but by the time it had cooked for about 30 minutes it was complete mush. There were no chunks at all. The result was tasty, bu...

The perfect blend of tart and sweet. I used frozen rhubarb which worked great. Two things to watch out for: Firstly, since there's no water added, this must be stirred regularly or it will burn....

I served this with Easter dinner and everyone loved it! I used Splenda instead of sugar but otherwise made the recipe as listed.

This was a really simple recipe that my whole family enjoyed. I do agree with the other reviews that suggested decreasing the cooking time by half. I just cooked it until the apples were fork ...

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