Sunday, November 23, 2008

Apple Crumble

Apple Crumble

What my blog is about today is this beautiful apple crumble cake. It is so soft and yummy. The basic recipe is really simple. You basically just slice up the apples, then sprinkle the crumble topping over it and bake it in the oven. One of my friends once made. I’ve never actually made an Apple Crumble before.First Time I tried...I had taken recipe from here.I served with home made vanilla Ice cream.


Apples -1/2 Kg

Granulated sugar-180gms

Butter -120gms

Self-rising flour-150 gms

3/4 teaspoon cinnamon powder

1/2 cup rolled oats or Corn Flakes(I used Oats)

Juice of 1 lemon (increase if apples are sweet)

Sugar (granular) - 2 to3 Tbsps

Raisins – 1 handful

Walnuts 0r cashew– ¼ Cup/ chopped


Flour - 1/3 cup

Sugar- 2 to 4 Tbsps

Cinnamon – 1 level tsp

Butter - 2-3 Tbsps

oats - 1/3 cup


Core and peel apples...chop into small pieces. Toss these with lemon juice immediately after all have been chopped or they turn brown.

Put the apple slices into the casserole dish. If you are adding the optional cinnamon, do it now. Make sure it is sprinkled evenly throughout the apples. Sprinkle the remaining of sugar evenly over the apples.

Mix the butter / margarine,sugar with the flour in a dry bowl using a fork until you have a texture like breadcrumbs. It's not important that every single bit is like breadcrumbs, but try and get most of it like that. This will take about three minutes. If you are adding the optional ingredients of oatmeal or Corn Flakes, do it now. Mix it all in well.

Toss this well with the raisins , sugar , cinnamon. Now toss in the oats lightly with a spoon Now, evenly spread the 'crumble' mixture over the sugared apples .covering the whole thing well up to the edges. Press down lightly.

Put this into the middle of your pre-heated oven at 180C . Bake at 180deg pre-heated oven till top light brown and stewed apple juice begins to appear on edges.

When the crumble is cooked, leave it to cool for at least 15 minutes.

Serve hot or cold with either a dollop of whipped cream, or vanilla ice-cream.

The ingredients below will make a medium sized apple crumble, enough for four people.

Say No to Plagiarism:

Malar Gandhi of Kitchen Tantra was very disappointed to discover about her copied content and Images. Chef srividya76 from has posted many of Malar’s recipes along with the photos. This is so exasperating. These blogs were created to share one own’s ideas and interests. If a person wanted to try out anything from a blog, all he/she has to do is to just ask. Please go through Malar’s blog and have a look at the posts that have been copied by this person. I request all the blogger 's to come together and raise there voice this disgraceful act.


Sameera Ansari said...

Now that looks so amazingly tempting! :)

Plagiarism is a very petty and cheap act and it's high time we all stand up against it and take measures to make our blogs as anti-plagiarist as possible.

Gita Jaishankar said...

Wow, the apple crumble looks so delicious! A perfect dessert :)

Sum Raj said...

apple crumble looks mouthwatering..

Uj said...

That looks yummy :) Have never attempted it.. I can cook but baking still long way to go.. :) You can really bake well.. your date cake too looks perfectly done. I love vanilla ice cream :) would love to have it right away :)

Raks said...

Looks yummy jaishree!! Its so sweet that you support malar in your post,even i too shoul have done that...:)

Recipeswap said...

So good for the first time.....Lovely.Home made ice-cream wow!

venuss66 said...

Will surely taste delicious. Thank you.

Vibaas said...

looks yum, jaishree. this has been in my list to try for a long time now...

Malar Gandhi said...

Thanks for the support and standing by me, dear. I will never forget your gesture. The way you posted a whole article about plagiarism.....hat's off, thank you so much sweet heart. Btn apple crumble sounds very interesting......nice one dude.

Purva Desai said...

I am drooling over the pic, it looks tempting and cake looks soft

vidhas said...

Looks so tempting.Can u send me some ;-)

Deepthi Shankar said...

wow that looks awesome

Adlak's tiny world said...

I should try this. its diffrnt and must sounds taste.

Sujatha said...

Apple crumble is my favorite and I enjoy it when its hot along with cold ice cream.. Looks absolutely scrumptious!

Usha said...

Your apple crumble looks very delicious and inviting, wish I could have some right now :-)

Jaishree Iyer said...

Thank you all for your lovely comments.:)