3 ways that Pink Lady apples totally steal the show

By TASTE, 17 August 2021

With their irresistible sweetness, it’s not surprising apples make great desserts. But, that’s not all they’re good for – in fact, some of their best work is done in savoury dishes too and we’ve got the recipes to prove it.

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Classic Pink Lady tarte tatin

As the saying goes, if it ain't broke, don't fix it. This tarte tatin is testament to that. What better way to celebrate Pink Lady apples?
Get the recipe for Pink Lady tarte tatin here.

Warm spelt salad with soft-boiled eggs, peppered smoked mackerel, goat’s cheese and Pink Lady vinaigrette

Just when you think apples can only do so much, their juice proves they can also make an excellent dressing, delicate enough to work with smoked fish.
Get the recipe for warm spelt salad with soft-boiled eggs, smoked mackerel, goat's cheese and Pink Lady vinaigrette here.

Strawberry-and-apple cobbler

Pink Lady apples play nicely with most fruit, but they work especially well with strawberries in this warming cobbler.
Get the recipe for strawberry-and-apple cobbler here.

The sweet, tangy taste and natural refreshing fizz of Pink Lady® apples turn everyday recipes into something extra special. Born of good earth, pure water and clear skies, a crisp Pink Lady® apple represents life at its natural green best. Pink Lady® apples are left to linger longer on their trees to develop their characteristic radiance and sweet refreshing flavour. Lovingly home-grown, our apples receive round-the-clock care and attention from our farmers to ensure that only the cream of the crop is selected to be a perfect Pink Lady® apple. Pink Lady® apples excel in fresh salads and pies, they're perfect for sauces, great for baking, and just plain delicious when eaten on their own! The heart-shaped logo is your assurance of the finest quality, guaranteeing a sweet, juicy and crunchy apple every time! Taste the WOW with Pink Lady® apples.



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