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Evelyn Hall's Yams and Dried Apples

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Cut five yams in quarters and par boil.  Drain in colander and let cool.  Peel off skins.

Slice one more time, into rounds, and start to line a casserole (souffle pan works well), with a layer of sweet potatoes.  Dot with butter, drizzle with brown sugar, layer with dried apple, rounds.  Repeat, a layer of yams, dot with butter, drizzle with brown sugar, layer with dried apple rounds...and so on until it fills the casserole allmost to the top. (optional, a tiny bit of cinammon and nutmeg sprinkled on each layer, before the dried apple layer)

Pour a cup and a half of fresh orange juice over the yams and apples.

Bake in the oven for one hour at 350° F. 

Serve hot. 

 

 

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