Apple Crumble – my way

I love apple crumble, it’s quick way and one of my favorite puddings. I also find it annoying that recipe books state such small quantities to make a small pudding. So here it is my way.

Peel 4-6 large cooking or Bramley apples. Cut them into pieces and cook in s pan to reduce with a good helping of sugar (this is taste dependant and not scientific, a couple of ounces at least I should think)

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While it’s reducing make the crumble. I used 15 ounces of flour and 7 1/2 ounces of cooking butter. Make sure the butter is cold and run together to make breadcrumbs.

I then added 6 ounces of sugar and rubbed together again.

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I then put the reduced apples in and covered in crumble. Cooked for 30 minutes at 180 C and there you go.

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Happy Monday and enjoy!

Simon ๐Ÿ™‚

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11 thoughts on “Apple Crumble – my way

      1. Yes – I make a lot of that. We have cooking apple trees and a huge cultivated bramble with enormous blackberries, and they nearly all go into pies and crumbles. A lot of people don’t like blackberries because of the seeds. One of our grandson’s doesn’t. Plain apple for him. I love rhubarb crumble… I’m going to start feeling hungry if I talk any more about crumbles. Glad you make them, too. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  1. I like to make a quick version that doesn’t require an oven. Saute thin sliced apples in a pan till tender then add honey, peanut butter, raisins, and nuts if you like, a splash of coconut milk and combine. Makes a very pie like texture and taste. No baking etc.

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