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    Grilled apples

    Great desert to be thrown on the grill after the main corse. Take some large granny smith apples, core them, its best to leave one side closed, basiclly core it but not all the way through. Then stuff it with carmel then alittle butter then brown sugar along with another slice of butter and then more carmel. You can add alittle bit of cinnamon throughout the layers if you wish. Wrap it up with some foil and throw it on the grill. For those using charcoal, I will say they do require a fair amount of heat to cook, so dont wait too long before you cook them. How long you cook them is up to you, some prefer mushy others prefer alittle crispy. I think they are best cooked on the little crisp side, this can take approx 15 to 20 min. Enjoy
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    Re: Grilled apples

    Sounds pretty good! Thanks for posting it
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    Re: Grilled apples

    Welcome, hope some try it and enjoy

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    Re: Grilled apples

    I made one apple last night and I have to admit I was skeptical about even trying on the grill and how good it would be.it was awesome im going to make alot more next time..thanks for the post now I have something else to cook on my weber performer grill...

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    Re: Grilled apples

    yum. I take an onion and core it then stuff with garlic and butter, wrap in aluminum foil and toss on the grill with meat du jour. Sounds like a great addition!
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    Re: Grilled apples

    Quote Originally Posted by hawkeye
    I made one apple last night and I have to admit I was skeptical about even trying on the grill and how good it would be.it was awesome im going to make alot more next time..thanks for the post now I have something else to cook on my weber performer grill...
    Happy you tried it and you liked, enjoy

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    Re: Grilled apples

    Quote Originally Posted by Sportsman
    yum. I take an onion and core it then stuff with garlic and butter, wrap in aluminum foil and toss on the grill with meat du jour. Sounds like a great addition!

    WOW, that does sound good. I have to admit I hate onions unless they are seasoned and cooked in some way. Will have to give this a shot

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    Re: Grilled apples

    I agree - I hate raw onions but get it nice and caramelized and it's delicious.
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    Re: Grilled apples

    Hi All~~

    Both the apple and the onion sound good. The OP says the apple needs 15 to 20 minutes. How long for the onion? Longer?

    I want to try this but don't want to blow it either....

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    Re: Grilled apples

    i cook the onion about 30 minutes but I don't time it. The tin foil keeps it from really burning. I do usually put it on the higher rack (usually for bread) after 20 minutes and with my grill that eliminates worry of scorching. (Charbroil Big Red - love it BTW)
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    Re: Grilled apples

    by the by, for those of you who can't wait

    if you skip wrapping the apple in Foil you can toss it in the microwave for 5 min on High and end up with the same result
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