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Need a really great crumble recipe.

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FreakinScaryCaaw Sun 03-Nov-13 23:42:25

I know basic crumble is easy and I love it. Rhubarb's my favourite. But I'm thinking of entering a local crumble competition and fancy doing something different. I did think maybe a savoury one but decided against it.

Any help much appreciated. TIA

MuffCakes Sun 03-Nov-13 23:45:06

My favourite one is apple and blackberry, perhaps to make it a bit posh ground almonds in the crumble mix?

FreakinScaryCaaw Sun 03-Nov-13 23:57:58

I was thinking of almonds thanks.

MuffCakes Mon 04-Nov-13 00:11:56

Raspberry would be nice with almonds to.

FreakinScaryCaaw Mon 04-Nov-13 08:01:11

Yes they would. That's a plan then smile

4merlyknownasSHD Mon 04-Nov-13 13:31:46

Apple and Raspberry is surprisingly great. Also, Apple with a bit of Orange zest.

4merlyknownasSHD Mon 04-Nov-13 13:33:45

I always reduce the sugar content of the crumble topping and add some rolled oats.

IslaValargeone Mon 04-Nov-13 13:34:37

Bit of cinnamon in the crumble mix.

FreakinScaryCaaw Mon 04-Nov-13 16:38:18

Thank you great tips. Think I'll do apple and raspberry with oaty almond topping? smile

MuffCakes Mon 04-Nov-13 23:18:39

I think OP you should be sending us out samples in the post to try before you enter wink

FreakinScaryCaaw Mon 04-Nov-13 23:32:42

I wish I could be there to taste it and the other entries but I'm working. Dp is taking it in for me. It's a pub that runs it every year.

FreakinScaryCaaw Mon 04-Nov-13 23:33:21

Think I'll make an extra one? wink

stayathomegardener Mon 04-Nov-13 23:35:47

How about apple and quince with an almond and cinnamon crunchy topping?
I have lots of quinces,could post you one if you are not in Australiawink

bunchoffives Mon 04-Nov-13 23:36:12

I think mixed spice is always nice.

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