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Let’s read a little knowledge of Granny Smith Apple and Royal Gala Apple and make an apple yoghurt parfait today.
Granny Smith Apple is a hybrid that appeared in Australia in 1868 as a result of lucky sowing by an elderly lady who gave it her name (literally, Granny Smith). It is the third most heavily-grown apple in France. It has a medium-sized, very bright green apple with white, firm, juicy tangy and crunchy flesh. It is also excellent for eating and it can also be used either cooked or raw in culinary preparations.
Royal Gala Apple is imported from New Zealand in around 1960 and it is smooth and shiny. Its white, smooth flesh is very sweet, crunchy and juicy. It is delicious both raw and cooked.
½ a Blue Whale Gala and ½ a Blue Whale Granny Smith apple
½ tbsp of butter
1 tsp of cinnamon
1 tbsp of honey
150g of yoghurt
2 tbsp of granola and 2 tbsp of peanuts, almonds or walnuts.
Peel and dice ½ a Blue Whale Gala and ½ a Blue Whale Granny Smith apple.
Melt ½ tbsp of butter in pan over medium-high heat and add diced apple.
Sprinkle with 1 tsp of cinnamon and cook until apple is tender (~3 minutes).
Mix 1 tbsp of honey into 150g of yoghurt.
Place the yoghurt in a glass and add the cooked apple, then 2 tbsp of granola and 2 tbsp of peanuts, almonds or walnuts.
Yummy & Healthy!