is from a new source - Chez Fred alias Frederic
Durand. Fred, like me is a keen amateur who loves
to cook and we have agreed to exchange some of our
recipes. The recipes I will concentrate on from
Chez Fred are his French ones but there are recipes
from all over the world which he is adding to all
1 Kg of Apples
125 g. of Caster Sugar
50 g. of Brown Sugar
150 g. of Flour
80 g. of softened Butter
1/2 Liter of Cider
1 Pinch of Cinamon powder
1 Pinch of Salt
- Pre-heat the
oven at 190° C.
- Peal and cut
the apples in quarters.
- Put the apples
in the cider for three hours.
- Put butter in
six little bowls (which can go in the oven)
and put the apples without the cider, adding
the cinamon and the brown sugar.
- In a big bowl,
miw the softened butter, the flour, the sugar
and the salt.
- Work on the
pastry until it becomes granular and goes
- Put this on
- Bake for 30
minutes until the surface becomes light brown
- Serve lukewarm
- You can serve
custard or cream with the crumble.
- You can replace
the apples by bananas, pears or pineapple.
- You can drink
a good cold cider.