Friday, September 11, 2015

Pommes Chaudes Sucrées aka Our new Favorite Side Dish/ Dessert

We recently returned from a weekend trip to Montreal. On Sunday morning, we enjoyed brunch in a neighborhood at a restaurant that boasted lots of local families. Every dish was served with warm, soft apples called, pommes chaudes sucrées. We all gobbled them up and I came home itching to know how to make them.

It's almost too simple to call it a recipe, but that's the beauty of it.  These can be whipped up in minutes.  Served as a side to roasted chicken or pork they would be delicious or we have been enjoying them as a little dessert.

I live for versatile, easy ideas like this. And since all you're really doing is warming apples with butter and sugar, I prefer to refer to this dish in French, because #everythingsoundsbetterinfrench, oui?

Pommes Chaudes Sucrées:
1) Peel, core and slice as many apples as you'd like
2) Add a nob of butter to a saute pan and let it begin to melt
3) Add apples and let them become warm and soft, approximately 5-7 minutes.
4) Sprinkle with sugar (and a pinch of cinnamon if desired). Serve immediately. 

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