Skillet Apples with Lemon and Thyme

Skillet Apples With Lemon and Thyme

I know that the photo looks great, but once you start reading the recipe you are probably going to have a shock. Some of you will probably not agree with the sweet-salty combination, but I think it’s an interesting flavor. If you are a follower of my blog, you know that some of my recipes are extremely eccentric and if you are still watching my posts, it means that these recipes haven’t killed you (at least not yet :P). I also recommend you this Watermelon Salad, which is another example of the sweet-salty flavor.

1 tablespoon butter
1 apple, quartered, cored, and sliced 1/4-inch thick
1 teaspoon thyme
1 tablespoon lemon juice

How It’s Made?
Step 1: Place a large skillet over medium heat.
Step 2: Add the butter followed by the apple slices, salt, and pepper.
Step 3: Cook until the apples are just soft (3-5 minutes), then stir in the thyme and lemon juice.
Step 4: Serve immediately.

Skillet Apples Macro

11 thoughts on “Skillet Apples with Lemon and Thyme

  1. When you said lemon & thyme , I thought you added fresh lemon thyme, the herb. This herb would also be quite lovley in here! Yummmmmm! Lovely delectable flavour combos, I agree!

    1. I wanted to add fresh thyme, but unfortunately my crop died a few weeks ago. 😦 The only fresh herb remained, in my small indoor garden, is sage and I’m still thinking at some recipes that involves this ingredient.

  2. I missed this one. I think I was in Mexico this time last year Aug. 2013.
    Great combination for apples. How was it? Have you had it since? Apples are so versatile with recipes aren’t they? 🙂

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