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NaughtyAlice Sat 26-Sep-09 15:21:51

Please help!

I have the fruit cooked and just need to add a crumble topping, but can't find the recipe anywhere, what quantities will i need and of what for a large crumble?

Thanks smile

ChasingSquirrels Sat 26-Sep-09 15:23:59

Lovemyshoes Sat 26-Sep-09 15:26:50

•300g/10½ oz. plain flour, sieved pinch of salt
•175g/6 oz. brown sugar
•200g/7 oz. butter

NaughtyAlice Sat 26-Sep-09 15:30:36

Thank you, thank you, thank you smile

Lovemyshoes Sat 26-Sep-09 16:00:22

You really shouldn't have started this thread NaughtyAlice as I really want a rhubarb crumble, but, alas have no rhubarb sad

dogonpoints Sat 26-Sep-09 16:07:14

crikey, shoes, that's one heck of a lot of crumble

3littlefrogs Sat 26-Sep-09 16:08:22

Crumle mixture keeps well in the fridge for a few days - so a good excuse to have another one if you don't use it all!

Deemented Sat 26-Sep-09 19:01:11

I made cumble today and did 200g of flour, 100g butter and 100g of caster sugar - worked fine too.

NaughtyAlice Sun 27-Sep-09 17:47:31

Crumble update:


Lovemyshoes I used your recipe and added a bit of cinnamon and it was just the right amount and i even have some apple crumble left over for my pudding today grin
Thank you again!

Lovemyshoes Mon 28-Sep-09 10:54:56

Good, glad it was of some use. I also like apple crumble with raisins in and SOMETIMES put some oats in the crumble to make it crispy.

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