Apple crumble is No 1 - and not just for school dinners
Kitchenpc w11 IT S official, as they say, the humble apple crumble and custard is the nation s favourite school canteen pudding, according to a new survey reveals today. But the tasty treat needn t be reserved to school dinners - apples are right in sea
IT'S official, as they say, the humble apple crumble and custard is the nation's favourite school canteen pudding, according to a new survey reveals today.
But the tasty treat needn't be reserved to school dinners - apples are right in season at the moment, which means you can recreate this winning childhood gem at home with an easy recipe from www.iminseason.com.
Oaty Apple Crumble
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� 900g (approx 5) Bramley apples, peeled, cored and sliced
� 75g caster sugar
� 1 tsp ground cinnamon (optional)
For The Topping:
� 175g butter
� 225g plain flour
� 100g sugar
� 175g oats
1. Preheat the oven to 200dC/Fan 180dC/400dF/Gas Mark 6.
2. Place the Bramley slices, caster sugar and cinnamon (if using) into a
large ovenproof dish.
3. Rub the butter into the plain flour, sugar and oats. Scatter the crumble
over the Bramley mixture in an even layer.
4. Bake for 30-35 minutes or until golden and the apples are tender.