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You've made apple pie. You've made apple crumble. Now what the heck do you do with the rest of your apples?

If you're tired of apple desserts, maybe it's time to try using the fruit in savoury dishes.

Martha Stewart suggests pork loin with apple-cornbread stuffing, chicken-and-apple patties, and turkey sandwich with apple and havarti (which takes care of your leftover turkey at the same time).

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The classic Waldorf Salad gets a healthier makeover from the blog Kitchen Parade, which substitutes mayonnaise with non-fat yogurt.

The Nova Scotia Apples marketing website offers quick and easy recipes like apple-ham stuffed mushrooms, which involves a chopped apple, ham and bread mixture baked in mushroom caps, and fresh, apple fruited spinach salad, dressed in a vinaigrette made with apple jelly.

Or you could try these mini savoury apple tarts from The Food Network Canada's website, which are filled with diced apples, sour cream, green onion, cheddar, brie and blue cheese.

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