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Dried Apple Rings
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Apple rings are soft, chewy but lack moisture because of the drying process. They maintain their tan to light brown color, as well as the original taste and aroma of fresh apples. They are peeled, the core is removed and sliced latitudinally to give them a ring-like shape.
Dried apple rings are available year-round.
Ten dried apple rings have about 120 calories, zero fat and 29 carbohydrates.
One can enjoy dried apples simply eaten out of hand as a snack. Dried apples are a perfect flavor addition to muffins, cookies, cakes, quick breads, puddings or other desserts. Dried apples can be sauted with vegetables for a subtle flavor addition. Dried apples should be stored and tightly wrapped in plastic or placed in a covered container.
Apples have been around possibly as far back as two to ten million years. Sun-drying of fruits has been an extremely popular method of food preservation since colonial times and has been practiced since the Stone Age. The apple was brought to North America by the Pilgrims in 1620 and was used to make cider, pie, butter, vinegar and eaten in dried form as well.
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