Apple Idared

Idared apple has light red skin and a mild sour taste. It was introduced in 1935 in the American state of Idaho as a product of crossbreeding two apple varieties – Jonathan and Wagener which were cultivated in Penn Yan since 1791.

PROFILE:

  • Large to extra-large fruit size
  • Sweet-sour flavor
  • Juicy, bright red skin and mild sour taste
  • Pale green-yellow flesh, sometimes tinged with pink color

BEST TO USE:

  • Excellent for sauces, pies and cooking
  • Good for eating fresh, salads and freezing

AVAILABILITY:

  • From October to August

SPECIAL ADVICE:

This apple is perfect for making an excellent applesauce. Cook the apples with the skin on and then strain the sauce to get the most beautiful pink color

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