Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Fried Balsamic Apples and Onions

When David and I were first married we lived in the beautiful
horse country of Middleburg, Virginia.  David's job took him
down to the Williamsburg area quite a bit and we loved 
visiting all the wonderful inns and taverns there.  That's where
I fell in love with fried apples which are simply sliced apples
sauteed in butter, sugar and a bit of cinnamon.  Delicious as a
side dish with pork, chicken and turkey.  

I love to serve fried apples in the fall, but I started to wonder
if I could make a more savory version of this favorite so I 
searched the internet and found this recipe for balsamic
fried apples and onions.

I made the recipe as listed, except that I added a pinch of
salt because salt always enhances flavor.  Not more than a pinch
however, you don't want it to be salty, just an enhancement.

It's an easy and quick side dish that will accompany your
fall menus.  Enjoy!

Big Texas Hugs,
Susan and Bentley


  1. Sounds interesting, I love apple and onions wish i could still eat onions so i might have to just use the sweet version Happy Fall with love Janice

  2. I have never heard of them before! I will have to make some for my husband, I think he would love them!

  3. That really is a WOW recipe! Perfect for Fall when the apples are in season! Enjoy your day....save me some! Hugs, Diane

  4. I have made apples with balsamic vinegar and it's such a tasty treat. Especially good with pork roasts or chops. TFS

  5. I've never tried it, but I love balsamic vinegar so I can't wait to give this a try! Thanks for the recipe!
    Hugs to you and Bentley,


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