Cooktop Cove: How to make deep fried apple ringsĀ 
By Henry Cannon
When it comes to cooking, baking, and snacking, apple is perhaps the most versatile fruit of them all. You can dry them, incorporate them into a number of sweet treats, turn them into fresh juice, or just enjoy them as they are. Coating apples in sugar, chocolate, or candy is by no means healthy, but boy is it tasty.
Whether you're on the hook for dessert at that upcoming dinner party, or just want to embark on a new baking endeavor, we have an apple-centric treat for you to try out. Apples and cinnamon go together well, but this recipe adds a twist to the classic snack. Gather your supplies and follow along.
To begin, slice and core the apples to make rings, as pictured below.
Now it's time to mix the fry batter together. You'll need flour, sugar, cinnamon, baking powder, and a dash of salt. Stir it up!
Coat your apple rings in the batter. Use a fork for this step if you want to avoid getting your hands sticky.
Fry the coated apple rings in vegetable oil for a few minutes until they turn a nice, golden brown.
Let the rings cool and then sprinkle them with cinnamon sugar. Enjoy!
A video demonstration of the recipe is featured below.
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