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How To Use Apple Peel In Kitchen

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Do you prefer eating your apples, peeled and sliced? If you are throwing away the apple peels, you may be throwing important nutrients along with it. Discover new ways to use the apple peels with our blog on how to use apple peel in the kitchen. Dig in for more information!                            


                                                                                        


                                                                                                                                                                                                                           


Apple peels have a strong and potent anti-oxidant activity which is said to be helpful in inhibiting the growth of cancerous cell specially those that grow in the liver and the colon. Apple peels are also very useful in decreasing the risk of developing type II diabetes, as apple peels have high quercetin content. Regular consumption of apples with the apple peels helps in preventing the onset of a number of diseases.                                                                                                                                                                                                


Using Apple peel


                                                                                                                                             


If you are still unable to eat apples with intact peels, here are ways to include the apple peels in your diet in creative ways.


 



Apple peel vinegar: Prepare apple peel vinegar by adding some de-chlorinated water to a jar containing apple peels. Cover the mouth of the jar with a cheese cloth and keep the jar aside until the mixture starts fermenting after 3-4 days. After a week, remove the peels and drain the liquid in a new bottle. Do not refrigerate as refrigerating would stop all fermentation. 


 


Apple peel snack:Cut the apple peels in strips and coat them with sugar and cinnamon. Bake or fry the apple peels. Eat as snack or add the same as a topping to your ice cream, yoghurt or oatmeal.


 


 



Apple peel jelly: Put the apple peels in a pan and add just enough water to cover the peels. Simmer the mixture until the peels become soft. Drain the mixture using a sieve and use the liquid to prepare apple peel jelly. Add cinnamon or ginger to add flavour.


 


Apple peel wine: Use apple peelings, water, yeast, orange juice and lemon juice to prepare apple wine. Bring the water to boil and dissolve the yeast. Add the juices and peel and pour the mixture in a jar. Allow the mixture to rest for 9 days. Strain the mixture and add sugar as desired. Your apple peel wine is ready.


 


So the next time you peel your apples, try using apple peels to concoct some of the dishes mentioned above. Sip a unique flavoured apple peel wine or munch some apple peel snacks. Bon Appétit!


 


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