KATECOOKS: APPLE & BLACKBERRY CRUMBLE

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There’s no better
feeling than the feeling a hot fruit crumble brings. The instant fulfillment
and warmth wraps around you like a giant hug, each spoonful tastes better than
the last and if by magic the thought of not being able to squeeze into your new
skinny jeans tomorrow morning just vanishes.
The hedgerows are
jam packed with Blackberries at the moment, don’t let them go to waste, pair
them with crisp, juicy Bramley apples and a dusting of sugary goodness. Thank
me later.
Time to get
picking!
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: YOU WILL NEED :
FOR THE FILLING
+ 2 Large Bramley
Apples
+ 170g
Blackberries
+ 2 ½ TBSP White
Sugar
+ 1 TBSP Lemon
Juice
FOR THE CRUMBLE
TOPPING
+ 125g Plain Flour
+ 50g Light Brown
Soft Sugar
+ 50g Porridge
Oats
+ 100g Unsalted
Butter (Chilled)
+ 50g Chopped
Hazelnuts
+ ½ TSP Vanilla
Bean Paste
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1. Preheat oven to
200c (use temperature converter depending on your own oven) Peel and Chop your
Apples into 2cm Chunks. Stir in Lemon juice, white sugar and a pinch of salt.
Add the Blackberries and mix together, pop mixture into an ovenproof dish and
drizzle over your Vanilla bean paste.
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3. For the crumble topping simply add Flour,
Light brown Sugar, Porridge Oats and a pinch of salt to a mixing bowl. Chop
butter into cubes and add into the mixture. Using your fingers rub the butter
in until everything looks like breadcrumbs, you don’t want it too fine in
texture, keep some lumps in!! Sprinkle the nuts in and gently toss (Ahem).

4. Gently push
your fruit down making it as flat as possible then scatter over your crumble
topping making sure every piece of fruit is covered and you have an even layer.
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5. Pop in the oven
and bake for 40mins regularly checking to make sure it’s not burning.

6. Remove from
oven once golden brown on top and the fruit is bubbling inside. Serve with
Custard or Cream and Enjoy.
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What is your go-to winter warmer? I’d love to know your recipes

1 Comment

  1. October 10, 2016 / 5:58 pm

    Oh myyyy, this looks amazing. Pics are just as divine as the food too! xx

    abbieloves.com

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