10 mins prep. time
30 mins cooking time
What you need:
Making apple juice and apple sauce is surprisingly easy and, if you live by apple tress, unbelievably cheap.
I picked some apples from our local apple tree, skinned and cored them and cut them into quarters. I put them in a large pan and put enough water in the pan to just cover the apples. I put them on a low heat and left them. I kept checking on them
When the apples because mushy I sprinkled on a generous amount of caster sugar, mixed in and heated for another 2 minutes.
Using a fine sieve, I sieved the mixture into another saucepan. This is your apple juice. The remainder of the pulp got put back in the original saucepan and reheat.
I continued to sieve at 5 minute intervals until no more juice was being produced.
After the juice separated cooled I stored in a bottle.
To drink add lemonade - it tastes better than with water.
Now, the apple sauce. Add butter to the remaining pulp until it reaches a consistency that you're happy with. Now you've made apple sauce ready to go with your pork roast!