From the HBD Archive
From: Stuart Williams <>
Subject: Another recipe using beer.
Date: 1990-03-08 22:39:32 GMT

Deep fried battered apple rings.

I got this recipe from a family in Southwestern Belgium. They used a
cheap beer (Jupiler) for the batter.

Peel and core an apple, and then slice it parallel to the equator.
Dip each slice (ring) in the batter and deep fry it.

Batter: mix the following
150g flour (about 1 cup)
a pinch of salt
1 large soup spoon of sugar
1 deciliter of beer (1/3 to 1/2 cup)
(If the batter turns out more like dough, try adding the whole
beer. My memory says it was 1 beer, my copied recipe says 1 dl.)

Serve the apple rings hot, with sugar sprinkled on top, or dipped in

Stuart Williams.

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