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Cinnamon Apple And Sultana Crumble

This recipe is great for a group, especially in Autumn when you can get the best home grown apples. It best baked in a cast iron pan:


Enough Apples for the group 1 each
Hand full of dried Sultanas each
2 cups of sugar
Lemon juice
2 cups of Plain Flour
Pack of Butter

Peel and core the apples and chop into dice sized cubes. Place the apples and sultanas into the pan with a little water. Place over the fire initially at hand mark 5, then reduce the heat to hand mark 3 when they start to simmer. The apples are cooked when they are soft and mushy. Add in the sugar leaving a little behind for the crumble, a glug of lemon juice and a sprinkle of cinnamon. Take the pot off the heat and place by the fire to keep warm, stir occasionally.

Place the flour in a bowl with the butter and rub together to make a crumb mix. Place this mix on to the apples and sultanas and level out to form a crust. Sprinkle on the remaining sugar, place on the lid with hot coals on the top. Check every 5 minutes or so until the crumble is golden brown. For that extra bit of a treat, instant custard or mascarpone cream is a real plus.

I hope you enjoy reading this article and have a go at some of the recipes. Any feedback is much appreciated.
Created On  28 Feb 2012 14:44 in Recipes  -  Permalink


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