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#1 Mon 19 Feb 07 5:54pm

InkBar

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Basic fruit crumble (The Naked Chef)

Can anyone post that recipe?

That´s the only book i don´t have so i would really appreciate it if you guys could post it in here.............CHEERS!  thumbsup

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#2 Tue 20 Feb 07 12:16am

Tanya

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Re: Basic fruit crumble (The Naked Chef)

Hi InkBar.....here you go.....


Jamie's recipe for Fruit Crumble from his book "The Naked Chef".  serves 6.

This just has to be the quickest dessert to make in the whole world.  Everyone loves it, and you can use whatever fruit is in season.  Serve it with custard, cream, ice-cream, mascarpone or vanilla cream.

There are several different variations on the theme.  I'll give you the basic receipe to start with.

Crumble -

225gr / 8oz plain flour
115gr / 4oz butter
90gr / 3oz sugar
pinch of salt

Fruit -

455gr / 1 lb fruit, washed and prepared
3 tablespoons sugar

Just stick all the crumble ingredients in a food processor and blitz until it resembles fine breadcrumbs (you can also do this in a mixer or by hand - just rub the mixture between your hands).

Put the fruit into a shallow ovenproof serving dish and sprinkle with the sugar.  Spread the crumble mix over the prepared fruit.  Give the dish a bit of a shake and bake it in the oven at about 200C/400F/gas 6 for about half an hour or until the top is evenly golden.  If it starts to go darker round the edge, turn the oven down a little.


Enjoy!!

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#3 Tue 20 Feb 07 10:13pm

InkBar

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Re: Basic fruit crumble (The Naked Chef)

Thanks Tanja........i´m ill right now but will try it over the weekend...........Sounds yummy!!!

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#4 Sat 07 Jul 12 12:06pm

joobes

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Re: Basic fruit crumble (The Naked Chef)

Wow a nice simple Gooseberry crumble just what i needed today.
Im wondering if i could prepare now and cook later, I don't see why not as the gooseberries aren't 'pulpy' at the prep stage unlike some other fruit crumbles..

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#5 Sun 08 Jul 12 1:59am

MsPablo

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Re: Basic fruit crumble (The Naked Chef)

Funny to see this old recipe.  I have never made a fruit crumble without oats.  I think this would be a 'cobbler' in the U.S.?

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#6 Sun 08 Jul 12 6:19am

Ashen

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Re: Basic fruit crumble (The Naked Chef)

it is funny how different areas have different ideas about those terms

here a cobbler would have a batter type top layer,a crisp would have oats in it, and a crumble would be like this recipe.


Only a fool argues with a skunk, a mule or a cook.  { cowboy saying}
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#7 Sun 08 Jul 12 2:16pm

MsPablo

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Re: Basic fruit crumble (The Naked Chef)

Oh, that's the difference.  I thought 'crumbles' were the same as 'crisps'.  And, our cobbler would have a batter too.  I think you've cleared up the confusion, for me at least.  Thanks.

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