Friday, September 09, 2016
Apple with Salted Prune 腌酸梅苹果
When my spouse was injured and given three days' medical leave, several friends came to visit, bringing apples or fruit hampers. The Advisor to Mountbatten constituency Mr Lim Biow Chuan and grassroots leaders sent a fruit hamper too.
For the Chinese, it is courtesy to bring fruits when you visit a patient or someone in their house. We are very happy to receive the gifts.
But when the fruits keep accumulating, I have to think of ways to consume them or else they would spoil. For oranges, I would slice them and add to our drinking water or make orange juice.
But I have too many apples, besides juicing them, making apple pies, salads or refreshing apple drinks, I make this appetising snack often.
6 - 8 apples (green or red or a combination)
some preserved salted prunes (according to your taste)
2 tablespoons lemon vinegar or vinegar
2 tablespoons light muscovado sugar
2 - 3 sliced red chillies (optional)
1. Peel and cut apples into slices or cubes.
2. In a container, put in whole or sliced preserved salted prunes, sugar and vinegar, mix well. If you like a spicy salad, you can add sliced red chilli.
3. Put the box of apple in the fridge for an hour before serving.
我老公受伤的时候, 好多朋友们送水果慰问。结果我们家里有太多苹果, 我除了榨苹果汁, 煮苹果茶, 烘苹果派, 做苹果沙律 。。。还做了这道好吃又简单的开胃小吃！
6 - 8粒 青/红苹果
酸梅 - 适量
2 汤匙 柠檬醋
2 汤匙 原蔗糖
2 - 3条 红辣椒