A Brilliant Discovery!
Apples. Gotta love ’em. Afterall, they keep the doctor away.
I sliced two apples in half, removed the cores with my melon baller, and put then in the pressure cooker.
After bringing the pressure cooker up to pressure, I cooked them for 20 minutes.
After the pressure came down, I removed them with my trusty kitchen tongs and let them cool further.
The skin peeled itself away, so I just lifted the flesh of the fruit right out.
(I ate the skins on their own…)
I gave them a taste, and oh myyyy. It was heaven…
Ice cream or creme anglaise would be a perfect match… or just eating them as they were would do… which I did 🙂
A puree using your immersion blender would give you the perfect apple sauce, too.
The pressure cooker enhances the sweetness and flavor, so it would be even feasible to substitute the pressure cooked apple sauce in the place of sugar for diabetic recipes… checking with your doctor first, of course.