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Monday, November 4, 2013

Apple And Raisin Crumble


 Crumbles are one of the most easiest deserts to make .  I decided to make apple crumble for dinner one day  and served the hot crumble with custard and it was delicious!!.  Crumble tastes best when served while warm with either runny custard or a scoop of vanilla ice cream.



Recipe :Apple Crumble  Recipe adapted from Australian Women's Weekly Magazine

Filling :
2 green Apple , peeled  and sliced ( should make about 1 1/2 cups )
1/3 cup ( 50g) raisins
1/4 cup light brown sugar ( or use regular sugar if you dont have)
1/2  tsp ground cinamon
1 tbsp lemon/ lime juice.

Topping :
1/3 cup almonds , sliced
1/2 cup Quaker quick cooking oatmeal
1/2 cup plain flour
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp cinamon
1/3 cup light brown sugar or regular sugar
 125 g butter, unsalted

1.  Take a  oven proof  dish,  butter it lightly , set a side.  In a large mixing bowl, mix apple slices, raisins ,    lemon/lime juice, sugar  and cinnamon and mix well. Spread the mixture  in the oven proof dish.


2. Prepare the topping , Sift   flour and baking powder, add sugar , oats , cinnamon and  almonds into a bowl.

 Rub butter into the mixture till crumbly  with a  few little blobs here and there is okay.

  Spread over the apple mixture.  Bake in a preheated  oven  at  about 180 degree Celsius, gas mark 4 for about 30 - 45 minutes till the top is golden and  filling is bubbling.

Serve  warm with  runny custard  or vanilla ice cream.

Note: I prepared the custard to go with the crumble using store bought custard powder and just followed the instructions on the can.

4 comments:

  1. I too enjoy crumble! This looks scrumptious!

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  2. My kind of crumble, love it to the core.

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  3. It has been SO long since I made a crumble. I agree that they're best with custard or a large scoop of vanilla ice cream!

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  4. looks so good love crumble with custard

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