Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Red prune crumble

We are still working at home so cooking or taking pictures of our dishes has become pretty difficult, but hope to be back in full action within a couple of weeks.
But of course we still have to eat and are still craving for sweets but I can not afford to spend so much time. Therefore I made a red prune crumble. The prunes are so tasty at the moment and have this lovely red colour.
While making this red prune crumble you could make some extra crumble to make this banana breakfast crumble, I've prepared a few weeks ago.






Red prune crumble
4 servings
Crumble:
100gr (4 tbsp) butter, in little squares
60gr (5 tbsp) sugar
120gr (1 cup) flour

Ingredients:
6 red prunes, sliced

Crumble:
1. Preheat oven to 180°C (356 F)
2. Place butter and sugar in a bowl and start kneading with your hands
3. Add flour to butter mixture, keep kneading until it turns into little lumps
4. Divide sliced prunes over 4 small oven dishes and cover top with little lumps of flour mixture; place dishes in oven during 20 to 25min or until golden brown.
Once ready, remove from oven and serve warm so that the crumble stays nice and crunchy and the fruit is still warm.
Enjoy!





5 comments:

  1. Yum! I love all stone fruit, and would adore this crumble :)

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  2. It's good to see your new post. I was wondering what's happening a bit......you've been busy. I have a big old plum tree in my garden but fruits are still small and green. It seems I need to wait one more month for harvest. Here Silicon valley, it was once orchid farms all over before it became high-technology district. Love your simple recipe. I can not wait baking one, using yours.

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    1. Yes we have been pretty busy, so hope to be back on a regular base in 2 weeks max. Hope you are well

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  3. This is just what i was thinking. I love it

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  4. Your articles make complete sense out of each topic.
    simple recipes

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