Aelplermagronen (The Alpine Farmer's Macaroni W Applesauc
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Aelplermagronen (The Alpine Farmer's Macaroni W Applesauc
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:03:24 AM. Recipe ID 27332. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Aelplermagronen (the alpine farmer's macaroni w applesauc
 Categories: Switzerland
      Yield: 4 Servings
 
    200 g  Potatoes (7 oz)
      3 x  Onions
     40 g  Butter (1.5 oz)
    1/2 x  Clove garlic, mashed
      3 dl Whipping cream
    400 g  Macaroni, cooked (14 oz)
           Salt, freshly ground pepper
     40 g  Gruyere cheese (1.5 oz)
     25 g  'Vacherin de Fribourg'-
           - cheese (1 oz)

------------------------APPLE SAUCE-----------------------------
      1 kg Cooking apples (2 lbs 4 oz)
           Clove vanilla bean, slit
           -open
    120 g  Granulated sugar (4.25 oz)
           Stick cinnamon
      1 dl Water
           Lemon juice (optional)
 
  Macaroni&Potatoes:
  
  Boil the potatoes in their skin. Let cool.
  
  Peel onions and cut into thin slices. In a large frying pan heat the
  butter and saute' the onions until a light brown. Moisten with cream,
  add the garlic and bring to boil. Stir in the (cooked) macaroni,
  slice the potatoes and stir into pan. Reheat. Grate the cheese and
  stir in.
  
  Apple sauce:
  
  Peel and core apples. Cut into small pieces. In a saucepan bring
  water and sugar to a boil. Add the apples and the spices. Cook until
  tender, remove the spices, liquidise. Return to saucepan, bring to a
  simmer and let the liquid evaporate somewhat. Correct seasoning with
  a few drops lemon juice and sugar as necessary.
  
  Serving:
  
  Arrange the macaroni&potatoes mixture in the centre of each (heated)
  plate, pour the sauce all round, sprinkle with some grated cheese.




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Recipe ID 27332 (Apr 03, 2005)

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