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Apple Crumble Cake - simply the best !

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aristocat Thu 25-Jun-09 22:20:18

Apple Crumble Cake.

250g plain flour
125g ground almonds
125g golden caster sugar
250g unsalted butter

750g eating apples
80g golden caster sugar
icing sugar[for dusting]

preheat oven to 190C
use loose bottom 20cm cake tin 9cm deep

put flour,sugar,almonds in food processor.
add chilled butter. must resemble crumbs - butter MUST be COLD to do this.
press half the mixture in the bottom of the cake tin.
peel, core and slice the apples, toss with 80g of sugar in a large bowl.
spoon the fruit over the base.
tip the rest of the crumble on top and level.
it will fill the cake tin but goes down as it cooks.
bake for 1 hour until the top is golden and crisp and juices are bubbling at the sides.
run a knife around the collar of the tin and allow to cool.
dust with icing sugar and serve with cream/ice-cream/custard or on its own.

delicious!

ByThePowerOfGreyskull Thu 25-Jun-09 22:21:45

Ooooooooooooooh that sounds FAB

I am going to make that tomorrow morning whislt DS2 is at nursery smile
Thanks

StirlingTheStrong Thu 25-Jun-09 22:24:34

Oooooh - sounds lovely - shall copy that one smile

I made a lovely apple and blueberry loaf cake on Sunday - shall look out the recipe.

aristocat Thu 25-Jun-09 22:40:23

have made this lots of times and its always good.
made one for DH for Fathers Day and he scoffed the lot envy
just make sure butter is very cold or it will not crumb but turn to cake mix IYSWIM

lilolilmanchester Thu 25-Jun-09 22:41:55

sounds gorgeous. Have you ever tried it with cooking apples, or will they go too mushy? We have a cooking apple tree so always on look out for new recipes. Will try this with eaters anyway

aristocat Thu 25-Jun-09 22:57:52

no lilolil havnt tried it with cooking apples.
they would probably be too soft - however if you sliced them more thickly it might work.

lilolilmanchester Thu 25-Jun-09 23:07:48

well, need to wait a few months for the cookers. Will try with eating apples meantime, and will let you know re cooking apples later in the year.

juuule Fri 26-Jun-09 07:38:58

Sounds lovely

I like Eve's pudding which is similar.
Put sliced apples and sugar into a casserole dish or pudding basin (you could stew the apples first if preferred). Cover with basic cake mixture and cook in the oven until done. Serve with custard or hot with ice-cream.

You can also make it with any other fruit filling.

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