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how to make crumble

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Old Style MoneySaving
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  • Gingham_RibbonGingham_Ribbon Forumite
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    Mine's about the same as Rikki's except I use ordinary sugar not the fine stuff and I sprinkle a little muscovado sugar over the top to make it dark and chewy.
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  • You can add oats or muesli to the crumble mixture too.
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  • moo842moo842 Forumite
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    wow i knew you guys would help...now have a lovely cruble for after our stew!! kept the kids happy for five minutes whislt they helped make it!!
  • RikkiRikki Forumite
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    moo842 wrote:
    wow i knew you guys would help...now have a lovely cruble for after our stew!! kept the kids happy for five minutes whislt they helped make it!!

    How long did it take you to clean up the mess and the children?

    They will enjoy the crumble even more knowing they've made it.
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  • I make my crumble with oats, sugar and butter/marg a bit like a flapjack it is lush!

  • St Delia says to replace about half the flour with ground almonds. A bit expensive/extravagant but totally gorgeous!

  • moo842moo842 Forumite
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    Rikki wrote:
    How long did it take you to clean up the mess and the children?

    They will enjoy the crumble even more knowing they've made it.


    :D thy ate so much of it it didn't take anylong to clean up than hubby cooking it!!

    as for the eating it, once it's cooked they won't touch it as it's 'mixed' eldest has a form of autism so mixed food is a no no in his eyes and youngest follows his lead :rolleyes:

    but me and hubby will enjoy it!!
  • savingpenniessavingpennies Forumite
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    Nice made with wholemeal flour as well. Don't restrict crumbles to puddings. An oaty crumble is tasty on top of fish in a sauce (white or parsley) as an alternative to mash potato. I make a fish pie with the oaty crumble and add some curry powder to the white sauce and fish. Especially good with fish such as coley which doesn't have quite the same flavour as cod/haddock. Great with broccoli.
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  • Please help. I have cooked an apple crumble tonight for our pudding tommorrow. But how do I store it? It's in a caserol dish at the mo on the count with a tea towel over it. Is it a good idea to leave it out over night how it is at the moment. Or should it go in the fridge?

    Thank you for helping.

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  • Karma67Karma67 Forumite
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    Depends on how cold your kitchen gets over night...i'd put clingfilm over it....and pop in fridge :D


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