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Last week I was visited by the talented Daniel from The Brilliant Chef and his delicious choccy walnut brownies. Daniel wants to be a chef when he grows up, maybe I should introduce him to my Boo who wants to be a 'cooker' /(her own words!)
Ingredients for the crumble:
300g of plain flour
175g brown sugar
200g butter or Stork
Ingredients for the filling
500g bramley apples
50g brown sugar
1 tbs of lemon juice
1 tbs plain flour
To make the crumble, mix the flour and sugar together and add the butter cut into cubes.
Then use a rubbing method to make largish breadcrumbs with the mixture.
|rubbing the mixture to make the crumble topping|
To make the filling I pealed and cored the apples, then Boo chopped them into cubes. We then put them in a large bowl with the other ingredients, sugar, lemon and flour and the Little Man gave them a stir with a big wooden spoon.
Then we assemble the crumble by spreading the apples in the tin and then sprinkling over the crumble topping. We cooked in the oven for 30 minutes on gas mark 4 or 180C
|assembling the apple crumble|
Once cooked the only thing left to do was to decide whether to eat with custard or cream?
|custard or cream?|
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