Three Ways to Use: Apple Juice

By: Victoria Phillips
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Every month, Food Network Magazine puts chefs from Food Network Kitchens to the test:  Put a new spin on common supermarket ingredients like hummus and root beer in recipes the whole family will love.

This month, don’t just drink your apple juice -- turn it into a glaze, caramel and more. Jacob Schiffman, Claudia Sidoti and Danielle Larosa show just how versatile the fruity drink really is. The sweet, crisp flavor pairs perfectly with honey-coated drumsticks, reduces down to a light caramel that literally pops and even brightens an American classic.

Recipe: Apple-Honey Drumsticks (pictured above)

Jacob says: “These drumsticks are inspired by the tradition of eating apples and honey during Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year.”

Claudia says: “I thought it would be fun to combine apple and cheese in an American favorite.”

Danielle says: “I reduced apple juice to make the perfect, not-too-sweet caramel.”

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