J&R (Milford’s) Fruit and Veg
The best cooking apple of them all! A large, flattish apple, green in appearance but sometimes with specks of red. The flesh is white, juicy and acidic and when boiled it turns into a frothy pulp. Bramley apples work well in pies, cooked fruit compotes and salads, crumbles, and other dessert dishes. They are also used in a variety of chutney recipes, as well as in cider making.
Whole Bramley apples, cored and filled with dried fruit, baked, and then served with custard is an inexpensive and traditional pudding. Cooked apple sauce is the traditional accompaniment to roast pork. Hot apple sauce goes very well with ice cream.
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