Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Apple & Banana Crumble

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Baking is curing!! I am sure those who bake and love to bake would accept to my point :) 

I was so bored yesterday and felt a lot week and tired because of soar throat and cough. All of a sudden I just wanted to shed all my laziness and do something. I picked up a very simple recipe that my mother had noted down from a magazine printed in early eighties :) Wow!!! Crumble recipe was popular back then?!!! I was pretty surprised to see the recipe that early in and Indian magazine and couldn't resist trying it out. It was a super simple recipe and for sure super duper delicious :)

Its a no fail recipe and sure to attract all at home :)

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Apple - 2 cups (Chopped)
Banana - 1 cup (Chopped)
Cinnamon powder - 1 tsp
All purpose flour (Maida) - 1/2 cup
Brown sugar - 1/2 cup
Cold butter - 3 tblsp

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Step 1: Sift the all purpose flour into a mixing bowl. Mix in the brown sugar to it. Now chop and drop in the cold butter. 

Step 2: Mix it with your fingers to make it into crumbs. Keep this aside. 

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Step 3: Chop the banana and apple into small pieces

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Step 4: Sprinkle the cinnamon powder and mix well. 

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Step 5: Line the baking tray with the apple banana mixture first and press down gently. 

Step 6: Pour the crumbs made earlier on top of the apple layer and press down very gently to get a even top. 

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Step 7: Preheat the oven to 180°C for 30-35 mins or until the crumbs turn golden brown in color. 

Cut and serve :) I wasnt able to cut it into perfect wedges, but who cares when it delicious. 

Enjoy eating it warm along with ice cream or custard. 

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Written by: Nithya
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indianspicemagic said...

Nice to see stepwise pics

Unknown said...

I love apple crumble and have made it several times. Must be super tasty with bananas. Looks delicious.
Thanks for sharing.

Shoba said...

New to me but awesome

Unknown said...

looks great ..wil definately try this...

Unknown said...

Looks too good and delicious.. thanks for sharing !!

Anonymous said...

Nice very tasty looking!

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