Sunday, October 02, 2011

Apple Crumble

Apple Season. This year is going to be a record in yield. More apples than ever. So what to do?

This is the simplest way to deal with them:

Melt butter (50 grams, or rather 75? I don't know) in a ovenproof bowl at 180 degrees. Metal of stoneware. In the meantime peel and slice apples into a pie dish. You may mix in some cinnamon and honey.
When the butter has melted add equal amounts of flour and sugar, a tablespoon at the time, until the dough has a crumbly consistency. Mix in some cinnamon.
Spread over the apples and bake in the now preheated oven until golden.
Serve with crème fraîche, whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.


Henriette said...

Mmmm... seems delicious!

Kieke said...

You bet!