What would autumn be like if it weren’t for the season’s finest bounty of seasonal fruits and veggies. The produce section of your grocery store is stocking up on items like: winter squash, (including pumpkin and acorn and butternut squash), cranberries, pears, cherries, collard greens, and wonderful, amaaazing apples.
Remember the old adage, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away?” Well, I’m pretty sure that apples are not single-handedly the cure-all for whatever ails you, but this week’s apple recipe will definitely be the answer to satisfying your taste buds.
EatPlants4Life’s Savory Stuffed Apple recipe is not your typical apple recipe. Most apple recipes are sweet. Apple pie, tart, crisp, dumplings cobbler, and fritters are just a few of the many recipes that flood the internet when searched, especially this particular time of the year. Although they’re the answer to a nagging sweet tooth, apples can also be used in savory recipes to add dimension, flavor, and variety to your main or sides dishes.
Savory Stuffed Apples require only a few ingredients, is easy to create, and will always kick-off my family’s Fall season. This plant-based recipe will show well on the plates of your dinner guests. Infused with a hint of 100% apple juice, Savory Stuffed Apples are also baked in a bed of apple juice to ensure moisture retention.
Sweet, crisp Gala apples are cored and stuffed with a thoughtful combination of hearty wild rice, mushrooms (another seasonal fav), onions, walnuts, and diced apples that are seasoned with fragrant Herbs de Provence seasoning, which is just a fancy schmancy way of saying, “a rosemary, thyme, sage, marjoram, savory, and lavender seasoning blend.”
Check out EP4L’s YouTube Video for this easy, and delicious Fall recipe: