Homemade Apple and Chilli Sauce. Such a lovely accompaniment to so many things. This goes brilliantly with the Pork, Caramelised Onion and Sage Burgers that I publish earlier. However it’s amazing with cold meats and cheese.
This is so easy to cook and makes around 2 small jars worth.
Macros per 2 Tablespoons:
Calories 78, Fat 4.2g, Carbs 9.9g, Fiber 0.9g and Protein 0.2g
- 50g Butter
- 50g Golden Caster Sugar
- 550g Peeled and Cored Bramley Apples
- 1 Large Red Chilli
You will need:
- Apple Corer
- Sharp Knife
- Vegetable Chopping Board
- Small Saucepan
- 2 Small Clean Jam Jars and Lids
Melt your butter in your saucepan over a medium heat
Add your sugar and mix in well
Peel, core and chop up your bramley apples
Finely chop your chilli
Add your apples and chilli to saucepan
Stir in well
Simmer for 15 minutes
Until apples are softened.
You can stir vigorously to remove any lumps.
I prefer mine with a little texture
Add to your jars, screw lids on tight and keep in fridge one sauce cooled.
Serve and enjoy