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Easy Apple Crumble Recipe. How to Make an Apple Crumble Dessert with No Oats


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Want an easy apple crumble recipe that reveals my grandma's secret topping recipe? Read on to learn how to make this dessert from scratch with fresh apples.

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  • 1. Kip Kitchen Apple Crumble How to Make Apple Crumble Dessert, No Oats
  • 2. Kip Kitchen 2 Recipe Preparation Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 20 minutes Total Time: 30 minutes Yield: 1 crumble Servings: 4
  • 3. Kip Kitchen 3 Ingredients “Apple part”: 30 g (1 oz) butter 120 g (4 oz) white sugar “Crumble part”: 75 g (2.5 oz) flour 75 g (2.5 oz) cane sugar 50 g (1.5 oz) butter 1 tablespoon hazelnut butter
  • 4. Kip Kitchen 4 Kitchenware ● a good big knife ● a saucepan for the caramel ● a mixing bowl – I love the non-skid type, with a silicon bottom like mine on the pictures ● a dish that can go into the oven (yes, theoretically every dish can, I’m talking about the type that does not explode when exposed to high temperatures)
  • 5. Kip Kitchen 5 Step 1 Switch your oven on and set it to 200ºC (400F). Peel your apples, cut them into 4. Cut away the parts with the seeds and then cut every piece into smaller cubes. Leave them aside for now.
  • 6. Kip Kitchen 6 Step 2 Put the butter and sugar into the saucepan. Turn the stove to high fire and mix constantly. At the beginning you’ll get a weird yellowish mix but it will turn very soon into a nice brown caramel. Turn off the fire as soon as it’s uniformly brown. Don’t wait until too many bubbles appear, it would mean that your caramel is burning.
  • 7. Kip Kitchen 7 Step 2 (continued) Be careful, the caramel is very hot now!
  • 8. Kip Kitchen 8 Step 3 Put the apples cubes in your oven dish. Pour the caramel over the apple cubes and put the dish into the oven for about 10 minutes. A small tip here: the caramel “solidifies” when it cools down so washing it off the saucepan might be difficult. To avoid that, after pouring the caramel on the apples, let the saucepan cool down a bit and then fill the saucepan with hot water and a drop of dish soap. Leave it for 10 minutes and it’ll be easy to wash it.
  • 9. Kip Kitchen 9 Step 4 Put the flour, cane sugar, butter and hazelnut butter into a mixing bowl. Mix the ingredients – I use my fingers even if it’s a bit sticky as I get a better result. What you aim at getting is a kind of grainy mix.
  • 10. Kip Kitchen 10 Step 5 When the apple-caramel mix is baked, remove the dish from the oven. Add the grainy crumble mix (the one that left your fingers sticky just now) on top of the apples. Put the dish into the oven for another 10 minutes.
  • 11. Kip Kitchen 11 Result Just let the apple crumble cool down for a few minutes, and then you can devour it! I recommend you eat it warm. Which means that early spring, is a perfect time to cook this classic and yummy dessert. In the middle of a hot summer you might want to have it cold–no problem, you can keep it in the fridge for a day or two. If you do so, take it out and leave it at room temperature for 15 minutes before eating.
  • 12. Want more? Get our Top 10 Must-Have Kitchenware for Amateur Chefs PDF A FREE Cheat Sheet to Save Time and Effort while Cooking Kip Kitchen 12