Just be sure to use only Bourbon that you would drink straight. Once you've cooked it, all you're left with is the flavor of the Bourbon. If you want to retain the alcohol (personally I do), the important thing is not to add the Bourbon until the very last.
general1002 wrote:Even though this is an old post, I want to add my two cents. This is a perfect recipe to use in the fall when the apples are at their best. I plan to use it some Friday night after eating stew. We could curl up near the warm fireplace and start the weekend right by relaxing. Whipping cream would add to it.
how to use bourbon in your recipes.
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