In baking, we can substitute apple cider for some or all of the liquid, and then reduce the amount of sugar to balance the sweetness of the cider, if necessary. Cider will add a subtle tart flavor to quickbreads, scones, and even cookies. And homemade cider donuts, of course!
On the savory side, we're thinking of using cider to deglaze pans or add a snappy finish to a sauce. And think how great pork chops would be if we marinated them in some cider for a few hours! We can also whisk cider into a vinaigrette to make a tangy dressing for fall salads.
How do you use cider in your cooking?