Gold rose apples are medium to large in size and conical in shape, similar to a red apple.
The smooth and glossy skin is bi-colored with a golden to butter-yellow base and red to pink blushing covering the surface. The light-yellow to cream-colored flesh is crisp and contains a small central fibrous core with a few small, dark brown seeds compacted within.
Gold rose apples are tender and juicy with a sweet, honeyed flavor and low acidity.
They can be baked into crisps, crumbles, tarts, cakes, galettes, and breads.
Apple slices may also be cooked down into preserves and butters, or pureed into sauces and soups.
The optimum storage temperature for apples depends on the variety, but all are within the range from 30 to 40F.Apples are moderately susceptible to freeze damage. Temperatures more than 1 or 2 degrees below freezing should be avoided.
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