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Apple crumble / How To Make Apple Crumble Pudding
Another apple pudding which I really like to make often for dinner parties. Parties are very common in our Indian society we welcome our guests warmheartedly and treat them like God !!
Coming back to point, this recipe is so quick and easy that anybody can make it within no time that's the reason I like this pudding so much. Without wasting any more time lets get back to the pudding so that you can make and try it yourself and let me know how you like it . Although it is a very popular British pudding but we also relish it and like it.. it's just yummmm... So gear up your kitchen tools and start making this exotic pudding by following step by step instructions .
6 Red apples, peeled, cored and diced
250 gm brown sugar
200 gm plain flour
120 gm butter
1 clove or cinnamon stick
3 tbsp chopped nuts ( nuts of your choice )
Put the apple chunks into a pan, add three quarters of the brown sugar, the cinnamon stick or clove and cover.
Allow to stew gently till it turn little soft , stirring occasionally with a wooden spoon. Keep checking as they can easily burn at the beginning.
Check that the fruit is cooked by mashing it a bit with a wooden spoon. The apples should be soft but not puréed.
Put the apples into the serving dish and allow to cool. Set the temperature of the oven to 150 C .
Flour and butter
Mix the flour, remaining sugar and the butter with your fingers in a bowl until it becomes like a breadcrumb consistency. Add chopped nuts in the mixture.
Cover the stewed apples with the crumble topping, without pressing down.
Bake for approximately 30 minutes or until the crumble is golden brown and crunchy. Spoon a helping of crumble into a dish and serve with cream or ice cream.
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