When it comes to parties, arriving late is "fashionable". No one wants to be the first one there, you want to be the last one, to make an entrance. However, when the party is yours, you kinda need to show up, right? Lets just all agree that I can still make an entrance to this months Sourdough Surprises party, ok?
We are almost all moved in now, just a few boxes here and there left, some pictures to hang up. But we still have some purchases we need to get. A lawnmower (we've already made a name for ourselves in the neighborhood as the worst lawn caretakers), a dining table and chairs, and a tv. Technically we have a tv, a big one, and a nice big stand to put it on. But there isn't really anywhere to put this tv and stand, especially when there are 3 (yes, THREE) wall mounts in various rooms around the house. So we still don't have cable or internet since there ins't any point in getting it when we don't have the equipment to run it on. This is why I'm late to my own party, LOL, because you can't really just go to the library or wherever you find free wifi with 2 little girls and expect to get anything done at all.
When we first picked this challenge I knew immediately what I wanted to make! Apples dipped in a sourdough batter, fried and sprinkled (err, rolled) in cinnamon and sugar. They are quick and easy to make and oh my, oh my, are they delicious! I made two apples worth and it was really more than 2 adults and a tot could handle. But we ate it all just the same!
Please stop by the other wonderful blogs who participated in this month's Sourdough Surprises Fried Foods challenge and see what deliciousness they fried up!
Sourdough Fried Apples (recipe by Jenni)
1 cup sourdough starter
2 apples, sliced thinly and cored
1/8 tsp salt
1/4 cup sugar
1/2 tsp cinnamon
Cinnamon and sugar (1 cup sugar, 1 tsp cinnamon, a pinch of nutmeg, mixed together)
In a large bowl whisk together the starter, salt, sugar and cinnamon.
Add the apple slices and gently toss to coat.
Heat a large skillet with oil 1" deep over high heat until hot.
Carefully place a few apple slices into the oil and allow to cook 30 seconds to 1 minute on each side.
Place the cooked slices on a wire baking rack to cool slightly and drain of excess oil before tossing in the cinnamon and sugar mixture.