Bramley apples are only grown in Britain and are recognized by chefs and cooks as the best cooking apple. They are a large, flattish apple, which is green with red speckles. The flesh is juicy and white, when boiled it turns into a frothy pulp which is what many consider it to making it the best cooking apple. Bramley’s can be versatile and used in a savoury stir fry or a traditional apple pie. To prepare peel and slice, squeeze over some lemon juice to prevent browning, if not being used immediately, then add sugar to taste. Can be stored for up to a week in a cool, dark, and dry area.
A typical 100g portion contains 41 calories and 0.1g fat.