Dessert

Apple Fritter Rings w Cinnamon Sugar & a Salted Caramel Sauce

Helloooooo apple season a.k.a Fall. I figured for my first Fall recipe nothing is more appropriate than these deliciously easy apple ring fritters sprinkled with cinnamon sugar and drizzled with salted caramel for a little extra flair. You could skip the salted caramel entirely, but I think it is a Fact that salted caramel makes everything yummier. I used the same recipe I used here, omitted the cardamom and added a smidge more salt. It does make tons of caramel, but I solved that `problem` by halving the recipe and putting dollops of leftover caramel onto brownie batter and then let it bake into delicious goodness. What can I say, I am thrifty like that.

Apple Fritter Rings w Salted Caramel Sauce

Before I made these the only apple fritters I had had were the chain cafes/shops kind – chunks of apple in a sweet dough with a sugary glaze. For this version I have my friend Karen to thank (hello Karen!). She had them at a local cafe that shut down and when she described them to me and asked me if I could make them I think (hope) I said a more polite version of “hell yeah!”

Apple Fritter Rings w Cinnamon Sugar and Salted Caramel

While we are on the subject Karen rocks. Really. We have known each other casually for a few years yet I can think of more than a few times where she has helped me out – with ideas, parenting advice, and all sorts of other things. Even before I knew her I used to tell people that I truly love how much she loves her kids. There is something incredible about her mompowers (which is how I think of them) and I was more than happy to have her be my guinea pig for these and can only hope that it was the first of many times 🙂

Apple Fritter Rings w Salted Caramel Sauce
(Makes 20-24)

1 egg
1 cup milk
1 tbsp melted butter
1 cup all-purpose flour
2 tbsp sugar
1 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt
4 Golden Delicious Apples
Oil for Frying
1/2 cup sugar + 1/2 tsp cinnamon powder

Whisk the dry ingredients in a large bowl. Mix the wet ingredients together in another bowl (or the measuring cup you used to measure out the milk). Combine the wet with dry, mix until just smooth. Set aside.

Pour at least two inches of oil in a large saucepan on medium heat and heat till a small drop of dough sputters and instantly ‘fries up’ in the oil. If your oil is too hot the batter won’t cook through and if it is too cold then the fritter will be soft and oily so temp matters here.

http://sarahmir.wordpress.com/2014/04/25/caramel-cardamom-eclairs-with-coffee-cream/

While the oil is heating, peel, core and slice the apples 3/4 cm thick. Since I couldn`t find the kind of apple corer I needed I just used a biscuit cuter to cut out the center from my apple rings and got 5-6 rings per apple. Once the oil is hot drench the apple rings in the batter and gently drop into the oil, cook till golden brown (2-3 minutes), turn, and then fry the other side to that same beautiful golden-ness. Drain on a paper towel lined plate.

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Whisk the sugar and cinnamon together and sprinkle over the warm fritter rings. Drizzle with some warm caramel sauce for some over the top yumminess.

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13 Comments

  • Reply
    wattwurmnashi
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    Yum, those sound delicious!

  • Reply
    sarahjmir
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    They were… I need to stop making such yummy things – lol 😉

  • Reply
    spiceinthecity
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    Oh yum yum yum, how delicious!

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    Peri's Spice Ladle
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    Hmm, just the way I like my apples! and caramel adds a great touch to it. Lovely recipe and glad to have found your site.

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    Asiya @ Chocolate & Chillies
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    We recently had Apple Fritters like this at AppleFest at Markham Museum and they were so yummy! Your fritters look delicious and the caramel sauce just takes it over the top!

    • Reply
      sarahjmir
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      oooh I wish someone would make these for me so I’d feel less guilty about eating them heheh

      salted caramel does make everything better 😉

  • Reply
    dedy oktavianus pardede
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    Damn delicious!
    everything tasty with salted caramel
    your photograph is awesome, tickle my taste buds for sure….

  • Reply
    MyNinjaNaan
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    Apples are the best thing about Fall! I literally gained 5 pounds just looking at these photos and reading your post.

    • Reply
      sarahjmir
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      hahah it could be worse – you could have gained 10 like me lol

  • Reply
    radhikasethi
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    Wow! They look so delicious and pretty Sarah! 🙂

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