Apple Crumble recipes please?

Apple Crumble recipes please?

Postby ChoccyCake » March 9th, 2018, 11:45 am

I am feeling adventurous with my ood because I am getting used
to my good new cooker which I like.

Does anyone have recipes for Apple Crumble it is one of the
many things that I am trying out on the new cooker.

I am going to slice the bramley cooking apples (buy tomorrow)
and for the usual crumble add some cinnamon plus a few
chopped nuts to make it crunchy. I am excited.

I know how to make it but I am interested in ways that you
make it or add stuff to the apples or the crumble, itself.

Thank you.

Sally x
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Re: Apple Crumble recipes please?

Postby Sandra » March 9th, 2018, 3:51 pm

I usually put raspberries in with the apple.
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Re: Apple Crumble recipes please?

Postby Poodlepan » March 9th, 2018, 3:55 pm

Sandra wrote:I usually put raspberries in with the apple.


Mmmm, I like the sound of that.
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Re: Apple Crumble recipes please?

Postby ChoccyCake » March 9th, 2018, 5:11 pm

Sandra wrote:I usually put raspberries in with the apple.

Sandra, nice idea but as you'll know that it's the wrong time of year
for fresh raspberries. I don't particularly like them frozen.

Perhaps a pear or two.
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Re: Apple Crumble recipes please?

Postby Caroline » March 9th, 2018, 8:27 pm

How about some sultanas with the apple and cinnamon.
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Re: Apple Crumble recipes please?

Postby turnipsock » March 9th, 2018, 11:14 pm

Is it all just not apples and crumble?
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Re: Apple Crumble recipes please?

Postby ChoccyCake » March 10th, 2018, 4:24 pm

Caroline wrote:How about some sultanas with the apple and cinnamon.

Caroline that sounds like an intereesting also tasty idea only
I haven't got any sultanas or raisins. But I am going to
make the crumble with its usual ingredients, flour, sugar and
butter but also adding some cinnamon with chopped to
the crumble and walnuts with the apples.

turnipsock wrote:Is it all just not apples and crumble?

TS, no but I have recently got a new cooker and although I
know how to cook, I am gradually getting used to the new
cooker, which I like.
I am basically trying out nice hot food and enjoying doing so.

Why, what would you add to an apple (fruit) crumble?
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Re: Apple Crumble recipes please?

Postby Gadget » March 13th, 2018, 9:52 pm

My most favourite crumble is Pear and Raspberry. Wetherspoons used to sell it but they've stopped it now so I make my own. Stewed Conference Pears and fresh raspberries from the supermarket (via Morocco).

Apple and Blackberry is good too. I pick blackberries from the bushes when in season and apples that are windfall in the Public Orchards of which Milton Keynes has several.
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Re: Apple Crumble recipes please?

Postby ChoccyCake » March 14th, 2018, 7:36 pm

Gadget wrote:My most favourite crumble is Pear and Raspberry. Wetherspoons used to sell it but they've stopped it now so I make my own. Stewed Conference Pears and fresh raspberries from the supermarket (via Morocco).

Apple and Blackberry is good too. I pick blackberries from the bushes when in season and apples that are windfall in the Public Orchards of which Milton Keynes has several.

Gadget thanks that sounds tasty and I'll wait until the autumn
for blackberries for a blackberry and apple crumble, by then
I should be used to my new cooker.
I don't know about stewed fruit with a crumble though.
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Re: Apple Crumble recipes please?

Postby Gadget » March 15th, 2018, 4:23 pm

ChoccyCake wrote:
Gadget wrote:My most favourite crumble is Pear and Raspberry. Wetherspoons used to sell it but they've stopped it now so I make my own. Stewed Conference Pears and fresh raspberries from the supermarket (via Morocco).

Apple and Blackberry is good too. I pick blackberries from the bushes when in season and apples that are windfall in the Public Orchards of which Milton Keynes has several.

Gadget thanks that sounds tasty and I'll wait until the autumn
for blackberries for a blackberry and apple crumble, by then
I should be used to my new cooker.
I don't know about stewed fruit with a crumble though.





I always cook the fruit before I put the crumble on top. You can add a bit of sugar if it needs it.

If you just put raw fruit in the bowl and cover it with the crumble mix, the fruit will be almost raw. And hard.
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Re: Apple Crumble recipes please?

Postby Sandra » March 15th, 2018, 9:38 pm

Gadget wrote:
ChoccyCake wrote:
Gadget wrote:My most favourite crumble is Pear and Raspberry. Wetherspoons used to sell it but they've stopped it now so I make my own. Stewed Conference Pears and fresh raspberries from the supermarket (via Morocco).

Apple and Blackberry is good too. I pick blackberries from the bushes when in season and apples that are windfall in the Public Orchards of which Milton Keynes has several.

Gadget thanks that sounds tasty and I'll wait until the autumn
for blackberries for a blackberry and apple crumble, by then
I should be used to my new cooker.
I don't know about stewed fruit with a crumble though.







I always cook the fruit before I put the crumble on top. You can add a bit of sugar if it needs it.

If you just put raw fruit in the bowl and cover it with the crumble mix, the fruit will be almost raw. And hard.



I microwave it for five minutes with a bit of sugar, rather than stew it right down. It makes it still slightly crunchy.
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Re: Apple Crumble recipes please?

Postby Gadget » March 15th, 2018, 9:58 pm

Sandra wrote:
Gadget wrote:
ChoccyCake wrote:
Gadget wrote:My most favourite crumble is Pear and Raspberry. Wetherspoons used to sell it but they've stopped it now so I make my own. Stewed Conference Pears and fresh raspberries from the supermarket (via Morocco).

Apple and Blackberry is good too. I pick blackberries from the bushes when in season and apples that are windfall in the Public Orchards of which Milton Keynes has several.

Gadget thanks that sounds tasty and I'll wait until the autumn
for blackberries for a blackberry and apple crumble, by then
I should be used to my new cooker.
I don't know about stewed fruit with a crumble though.







I always cook the fruit before I put the crumble on top. You can add a bit of sugar if it needs it.

If you just put raw fruit in the bowl and cover it with the crumble mix, the fruit will be almost raw. And hard.



I microwave it for five minutes with a bit of sugar, rather than stew it right down. It makes it still slightly crunchy.



That's a good idea Sandra! I don't mind the pear a bit crunchy but prefer the apple soft.
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Re: Apple Crumble recipes please?

Postby ChoccyCake » March 16th, 2018, 12:29 pm

Gadget wrote:

I always cook the fruit before I put the crumble on top. You can add a bit of sugar if it needs it.

If you just put raw fruit in the bowl and cover it with the crumble mix, the fruit will be almost raw. And hard.

Gadget now I know why my apple crumble tasted a bit
odd. So I'll know what to do next time. I usually make
the crumble topping first then do the fruit.

Sandra wrote:I always cook the fruit before I put the crumble on top. You can add a bit of sugar if it needs it.

If you just put raw fruit in the bowl and cover it with the crumble mix, the fruit will be almost raw. And hard.

Sandra, thanks that is a good idea, I'll do that next time
but does it work with rhubarb? Also what setting do you
use for microwaving your fruit? Sorry - questions,
I am still getting used to the cooker, fun though.
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Re: Apple Crumble recipes please?

Postby Sandra » March 16th, 2018, 2:18 pm

Ive never made it with rhubarb but I can’t see why not. I do it on full whatever wattage that is on your microwave.
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Re: Apple Crumble recipes please?

Postby Caroline » March 16th, 2018, 2:55 pm

I've had it with rhubarb and it's lovely. Could need quite a bit of sugar though.
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Re: Apple Crumble recipes please?

Postby Sir Digby Rigmarole » March 16th, 2018, 3:12 pm

A gardener client of ours suggests putting manure on your rhubarb.

I prefer custard myself
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Re: Apple Crumble recipes please?

Postby Gadget » March 16th, 2018, 5:51 pm

Sir Digby Rigmarole wrote:A gardener client of ours suggests putting manure on your rhubarb.

I prefer custard myself



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Re: Apple Crumble recipes please?

Postby ChoccyCake » March 16th, 2018, 6:12 pm

Sandra wrote:Ive never made it with rhubarb but I can’t see why not. I do it on full whatever wattage that is on your microwave.

Sandra, thanks and my microwave's settings go from
90, 180, 360, 600 and 800w.

I will try it on 800w. Sometime this weekend.
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Re: Apple Crumble recipes please?

Postby Gadget » March 16th, 2018, 7:52 pm

ChoccyCake wrote:
Sandra wrote:Ive never made it with rhubarb but I can’t see why not. I do it on full whatever wattage that is on your microwave.

Sandra, thanks and my microwave's settings go from
90, 180, 360, 600 and 800w.

I will try it on 800w. Sometime this weekend.





Don't know if Sandra would agree, but I'd put the rhubarb in a bowl with a small amount of water and a bit of sugar.
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Re: Apple Crumble recipes please?

Postby Caroline » March 16th, 2018, 8:04 pm

I'd agree with that Gadget.
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