Gala apples are mild and sweet, with a hint of vanilla. Their mottled reddish orange skin is sometimes doted. Their fine texture and floral aroma make them decorative and tasty. They came from New Zealand, but they might be America’s favorite apple!
No cut, spot, or bruise on the skin. More mature apples are usually darker. Store the apples in the fridge, but the more you have together, the quicker they spoil.
Gala apples are best for snacking or salads, though they can be baked, for example, in a muffin or a cheese pastry. Wash, then core, and enjoy.
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