Dutch Oven Fried Apples <BR itxtvisited="1">Vegetable oil or shortening <BR itxtvisited="1">2 teaspoons butter or margarine <BR itxtvisited="1">1 (20 ounce) can sliced apples <BR itxtvisited="1">1 egg <BR itxtvisited="1">1/2 cup all-purpose flour <BR itxtvisited="1">1/3 cup milk <BR itxtvisited="1">2 teaspoons granulated sugar <BR itxtvisited="1">Confectioners' sugar <BR itxtvisited="1"><BR itxtvisited="1">Put about 1 inch of oil in Dutch oven and place over coals. <BR itxtvisited="1">Put butter in small pan and place near fire to melt. <BR itxtvisited="1">Open can of sliced apples and put apples in one bowl, draining the liquid. <BR itxtvisited="1"><BR itxtvisited="1">Break egg into other bowl and add flour, milk, sugar and melted butter. <BR itxtvisited="1"><BR itxtvisited="1">When shortening in Dutch oven is hot, put a few pieces of apple in the batter and coat completely with batter. <BR itxtvisited="1">Use the small fork and lift one piece out. Turn over once. If it browns in 2 minutes, shortening is hot enough. Use large cooking fork to turn over and to remove from shortening. <BR itxtvisited="1">Continue the process with from 6 to 10 slices of apple in Dutch oven at any one time. Increase number of coals under oven if it takes 1 minute. <BR itxtvisited="1">When you take apple slices out of Dutch oven, put on paper towel to absorb surplus shortening. Let cool 3 to 4 minutes, then dust with confectioners' sugar.

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