One of the most popular apple, consistently rated among the top ten apples in popularity. Its journey, began in 1868 with a chance seedling discovered growing from a pile of discarded crab apples somewhere near Sydney, Australia. It is named after an old lady, Marie Ana Smith, who spread this apple.
It has a hard, bright green skin and a crispy juicy flesh. Its taste is tart, acidic with sweet flavour notes.
This apple complements salads such as coleslaw or endive and beet salad, introducing a blend of acidity and bitterness. It’s also a fantastic idea to include this apple in a salmon tartare. For appetizers, consider pairing it with seafood delicacies like scallops or shrimp. When it comes to desserts, its tartness can balance the sweetness in an almond and cinnamon strudel or enhance your morning porridge.
To be sliced or to add on your fruit salad
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