28 March 2012

Nigella Lawson raspberry crumble









I really love Nigella recipes and I see her when I can, love how she cook and her style, yes she doesnt complicate at kitchen that is I love.And sometimes make me laugh so is really important for me !
(and yes I know she is a beauty lol)
The original recipe is with strawberries the rest I make like her, so if you want use  the berry you like.


Ingredients

filling

500 grs. raspberries freeze or fresh
50 grs. caster sugar
30 grs. ground almonds
4 teaspoon of vanilla extract

Topping

150 grs. plain flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
80 grs. cold butter in diced
100 grs. flaked almonds
75 grs. sugar

Method

Preheat the oven at 190°c
Put the raspberries (or strawberries) into your pie dish
(I used a round one) and sprinkle over the sugar, almonds and vanilla extract. Give the dish a good shake or two to mix the ingredients.

Now for the crumble topping: put the flour and baking powder in a mixing bowl and rub in the cold diced butter between thumb  and fingers . When you ve finished, it should resemble rough, pale oatmeal.

Stir in the flaked almonds and demerara sugar with a fork.

Tip the topping over the raspberries filling, covering these with and even layer and pressing the topping in a little at the edges of the dish.

Set the dish on a baking sheet and bake in the oven for 30 minutes, by which time the crumble topping will have darkened to a pale gold and some pink/red juices will be bubbling out at the edges.

Leave to stand for 10 minutes before serving and if you like serve with whipped cream or ice cream.






EN ESPAÑOL


Crumble de frambuesas (Nigella)










Me encantan las recetas de Nigella Lawson y me gusta como es ella, simplemente  le encanta lo que hace y me hace reir, no me gusta la gente que se toma a sí misma muy en serio. me gusta esa gente que vive la vida a concho sea como sea y así es ella.
ha! bueno he hecho muchas recetas de ella pero creo que es la primera vez que publico una.
La receta original es con frutillas pero la pueden hacer con lo que quieran, yo la hice con frambuesas y quedó maravilloso.

Ingredientes


500 grs de frambuesas o frutillas frescas o congeladas
50 grs. azúcar glass o en polvo
30 grs. almendras molidas
4 cucharaditas de extracto de vainilla

Cubierta crumble
150 grs. de harina
1 cucharadita polvos de hornear
80 grs. mantequilla fria en trozos
100 grs. almendras laminadas
75 grs. azúcar

Preparación

Precalentar el horno a 190 °c.

86 comments:

  1. Looks super delicious, i do love Nigella and like some of her recipes but not all :-)

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    1. Yes Finla I know what you say I made someones of course, but love her english desserts!

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  2. This is such a beautiful crumble. I love Nigella's recipes and this one is a perfect example of why. Have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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    1. Thanks a lot Mary, have a lovely day dear!

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  3. Love raspberries and I have some in my freezer. Great dessert here.
    Rita

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  4. ¡Que buen crumble! Uno de mis postres preferidos y de la mano de Nigella Lawson. Perfecto. Besos.

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  5. Sure such a crumble will make many a stomach grumble.

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  6. Thats a very yummy crumble. Nice flavors

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  7. Me vas a creer que me vine pensando en el tren en hacerme una crumble?, tengo moras, las haré con ellas, se ve delicioso amiga!!

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  8. wow yummy recipe.....u r a berry lol dear.....

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  9. Gloria, nunca lo he probado pero se ve delicioso.
    Un besito
    http://janakitchen.blogspot.com

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  10. You know that raspberries are my favorites too. Soooo yummy!!! I want some please :) hahaha

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  11. Yummy, I like raspberries and they are delicious in a crumble

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  12. MI HAI FATTO VENIRE L'ACQUOLINA UNA FETTINA LA MANGEREI

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  13. una bellissima ricetta!!! bacioni

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  14. mmm...fruity and crunchy....def goes in the like column...

    alrught last thing i am reading before hitting the road....see you soon gloria...

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  15. Mmmm...looks delicious! I had just fallen in love with crumble. I have been making apple crumble the past week. I should use strawberries or raspberries too. Thanks very much for sharing.

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  16. Raspberry crumbles are one of my favorite all time desserts. I think the only crumble I might like a smidge more (and just a smidge) is a rhubarb crumble. Looks delicious, especially with a scoop of ice cream...

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  17. What a delicious dessert! Always great!

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  18. Que delicia....me llevo la receta tengo frutos rojos congelados.....besos

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  19. This truly is a great dessert. Should try this soon. Baci

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  20. esto es un postre completo! me encantó!

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  21. luks yumm yumm...nice one..vl try this..
    Maha:-)

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  22. Ciao Gloria, I love N's recipe! Your crumble looks delicious! Un beso

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    1. Me tooChristine, her recipes are nice, and simple!

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  24. These looks yummy!! I haven't try this Nigella recipe yet. But will this summer! Have a nice day, Gloria ! :)

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    1. Thanks Kit, Nigella have amazing recipes especially from english desserts!

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  25. Una delicia, me encanta. Un abrazo, Clara.

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  26. This looks delicious! I love the almonds with it...I've never made a crumble that had nuts like that. Yum!

    That looks like a nice cookbook, too!

    And...love your shelve with little house and dishes on it...SO lovely, Gloria! You know I love stuff like that!

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    1. Thanks Betsy, I love NIgella books!
      and this is my kitchen cabinet where I have some of my dishes!
      and the little house I bought some weeks ago, it had cookies, delicious but over:( now I put my coffe there!

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  27. This looks so yummy. I have never made a dessert with raspberries like this. This summer I will have to give it a try when the raspberries come into season.

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    1. Yes you will have soon the raspberries season, xxx

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  28. What a wonderful dessert! I love raspberry and wild berries overall, it looks delicious and very tempting ^_^ Bye, have a good day

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  29. Looks delicious Gloria! I can't wait for raspberry season! Love you lots! xxoo

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    1. Thanks a lot Marie, yes you can use fresh raspberries soon! send you huggs my dear!

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  30. Those food photos are So delicious, very pretty.

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  31. Yum, but definitely frozen raspberries here at the moment!

    Ciao
    Alessandra

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    1. For this I used frozen raspberries Alessandra!

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  32. Que delicia Gloria!! tiene una pinta fabulosa. Besos

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    1. Gracias Rosana, queda muy bueno!

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  33. I really like this crisp, it looks really great!

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  34. A gorgeous crumble! So tempting. *drool*

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  35. Que buena pinta! es entretenida de ver Nigella y a mi también me gusta que sus recetas son sencillas y se nota que a ella le gusta lo que hace.

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    1. Si Pilar, me encanta la Nigella:)

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  36. This sounds sooooo good today! I wish I had some for breakfast.

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    1. thanks Mary, and yeah is nice for breakfast!!

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  37. Delicious looking dessert! Nigella is certainly one of the best!

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  38. Que rico !! Yo también acabo de publicar una receta con migas ( streusel, crumble).
    Andamos con las mismas tentaciones!!

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    1. really ?? la voy a ir a ver Rosario! :))

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  39. RICA la receta No conozco a esa cocinera Pero me gusto tu receta
    besos

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    1. es muy buena Angélica, La Nigella hace años hace clases por cable aqui la veo a veces en el Fox además tiene muchos libros! besos

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  40. Se ve exquisito... Ya que lindo el palto crema medio desggastado.

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    1. Gracias Fran, me encantó este plato, lo encontré en la playa la otra vez, ya sabes se encuentran las cosas más curiosas. besos

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  41. J'aime aussi beaucoup les recettes de NIgella et j'en ai fais beaucoup mais je ne connais pas celle-ci. Je la note.
    See soon

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    1. Merci Nadjo, je aime Nigella recipes, a bientot

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  42. Dear Gloria, I like Nigella too. She likes to eat and cooks real meals. This crumble looks very good. I love it. Blessings my dear friend, Catherine xo

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    1. I think Nigella is lovely isnt she??
      Thankd Catherine:)

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  43. That looks so lovely, Gloria! Fresh as spring time.

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  44. This looks absolutely wonderful Gloria.

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  45. everything Nigella cooks I love it !!pierre

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  46. Oh, this looks amazing, Gloria!!! I just made a raspberry pie and Bill went nuts for it...I know he'd love this beauty, too :) Nigella's recipes are so yummy...thanks for sharing, my friend~

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    1. Thanks dear Lizzy,have a nice weekend:))

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  47. I love the almond topping in this recipe.

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  48. Gloria, your raspberry crumble looks perfect and I can imagine how good it tastes! I like Nigella also so I know this has to be good!

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  49. Gloria, I love all your raspberry recipes. I would choose raspberries too. It looks wonderful.

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  50. Nigella is one of my favorites, too. Your crumble looks delicious. I love raspberries!

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  51. This would be wonderful with either strawberry or raspberrry.

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  52. This looks delicious! I must try it sometime. I love Nigella and I have this cookery book as well. It's on my stand in the kitchen since it's almost summer. I love watching her shows as well. I'm a follower now, I hope to see you at my blog. Have a lovely day!

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