18 March 2015

Crumble aux pommes - Apple crumble- Crumble de manzanas



Talking about pears we have some apple trees and I adore apples, usually I eat always.
So I love this crumble recipe from La petite patisserie d'iza, a lovely french blog.


I made these pictures a really early morning (about 6:30 AM) 
I was afraid by the hour but I love the light in these pictures.
Hope you enjoy!






Ingredients

1 kg. of apples (fuji or others delicious apple)
80 g all purpose flour
60 g of cold butter
50 g ground almonds
60 g of sugar
the juice of one lemon
1 teaspoon of 4 spices (cinnamon,ginger,nutmeg and a pinch of black pepper)
1 glass of water (to cook the apples)

Optative: some whipped cream to garnish.

Method

Whas, peel,  and cute the apples into pieces.
Place them in a bowl and sprinkle with the lemon juice.

Then put the apples in a pan: add the water and the teaspoon of 4 spices. Cook over medium heat stirring with a spoon from time to time.
Cook until the apples are a little tender.
Place the half baked apples in a baking dish.

For the crumble.

In a bowl mix the flour,sugar and ground almonds.
Add the cold butter into pieces and mix until you have a sandy mixture.
Pour the crumble over the apples and bake to 30 40 minutes in a preheat oven to 180 °C (360 °F).
Serve warm or cold with a spoonful of whippe cream and some almonds.




Print recipe




Fuji and green apples in my yard











En español
Crumble de manzanas










Ya lo he dicho creo. Me encantan las manzanas todo el año, naturales o como postre.
Aqui en Chile casi todo el año tenemos manzanas y de diferente tipo.
Aqui en la casa hay un arbol de manzanas verdes granny smith) y la mazana que amo: laFuji.
Este año si que tuvimos que pelear con los pájaros para rescatar manzanas Fuji: las aman! Porque las verdes las picotean solamente.
Bueno, en fin hay que compartir con todos:)
Este crumble de manzanas es absolutamente delicioso.


Ingredientes

1 kilo de manzanas Fuji u otra manzana deliciosa
80 gramos de harina sin polvos de hornear
60 gramos de mantequilla fría
50 gramos de almendras molidas
50 gramos de azúcar
el jugo de 1 limón
1 cucharadita de mezcla de 4 especies (canela,nuez moscada,jengibre y una pizca de pimienta negra)
1 vaso de agua (para cocer las manzanas)

Preparación




93 comments:

  1. Looks delicious Gloria!
    So interesting that you cook the apples first.I have a pie like that..never a crumble..Bonne idée!

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    1. aw Merci beaucoup Monique.
      If you like you can see the site is french with delicious recipes!!
      xo

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  2. We love apple desserts. I think you have a good idea to cook the apples first. This looks delicious!!

    Best,
    Bonnie

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    1. Thanks Bonnie! Is a delicious dessert!!

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  3. Querida Gloria, Mis manzanos todavía no dan frutos, espero el próximo año se decidan, es que son muy chiquititos, pero los almendros se portan bien, así que ya tengo una parte de la receta, las manzanas las encontraré en la feria ecológica de Quillota mañana justamente. Me encanta este postre, que ya nos anuncia la llegada del otoño ¡qué alegría! , besitos

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    1. Te va a encantar Pamela, que bueno lo de las almendras, pocas tuvimos ya que los pajaros se las comieron;( ya sabes)
      Me encanta el otoño y aunque hace calor en la naturaleza ya se ve el otoño, besos

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  4. I love apple desserts even more than pear! How lucky you are to have both apple and pear trees. Your crumble looks marvelous!

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    1. Thanks dear Lizzy I think they were the first trees we plant jhere when we arrived years ago!
      xo

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  5. wow...very rich n tempting crumble..:)

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  6. Que delicia de crumble!.....pero es cierto .....hay que compartir con todos!....incluyendo los pajaritos....esas berenjenas con albahaca se ven deliciosas.....Abrazotes, Marcela

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  7. One of my family favorites; I wish I can have one now!

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    1. here vthe twins love this too Jasna!

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  8. Delizioso! Amo i dolci con le mele e mi piace molto il tuo crumble :)
    Un bacio

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  9. Mmmmmm Gloria, che delizia questo crumble, bravissima!!!
    Bacioni...

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  10. You have apple trees too Gloria?!? You lucky, lucky girl! I guess you are springing into Autumn in your corner of the world:)

    I wish I could drag myself outside early in the morning to take pictures, lol...it does make a difference but I think your Apple Crumble would look just as delicious in the dark!!!

    Thank you so much for sharing, Gloria...

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    1. Yes we have apples and pears,but the birds eat a lot lol
      oh Louise this day I get up really early because I was to my mom's house.
      xo

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  11. I made an apple crisp last Sunday, and the apples were not completely soft!
    Thanks for the tip of cooking them first!
    Yours looks divine♥️
    Enjoy the rest of your week....
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. Yes if you cook by a while they will be soft!!
      x

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  12. Almonds I eat every day, so there is at least one thing I can eat at my bay lol

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    1. Almonds are so good, but you dont eat apples?? Love apples!

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    2. I like apples too but they burn the back at my zoo

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  13. Wowww heavenly crumble........I love to finish them...... :)

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  14. La manzana cocinada siempre da un sabor estupendo a los platos y postres, me encanta esta receta!!

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  15. Gloria, Apple crumble is one of my favorites...and the almonds make it even better! Add a nice scoop of vanilla bean ice cream in place of the whipped cream and I'm one happy guy. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Aw I know you are a happy guy David:)
      Hugs!

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  16. I love crumbles of all kinds, Gloria. Agree with that ice cream on top!

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  17. Your crumble looks amazing. I think fruit desserts are always the best! Thanks for posting.

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  18. Is it too much to say that you have shot an arrow and hit my heart! Apple crumble is my favorite thing (well, top 5) and yours looks so yummy.
    Amalia
    xo

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  19. Apple crumble...mmmm...one of my all time favourites!
    I have never seen an apple crumble look quite so appetizing as yours though...WOW!!!
    xoxoxo

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  20. I really fancy this one Gloria. What can be better than an apple crumble! I have learnt to do this in England.. delicious and ever so simple to prepare. Buono!!

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    1. Thanks cara! Really simple and delicious!!

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  21. Thanks for sharing this recipe...looks and sounds yum!

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  22. Apple crumble is my favorite dessert after apple pie. It might be a toss-up and both are dual favorites. I could have this dessert every single week and never get bored.

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    1. Yes Maureen I love all with apples!!

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  23. un crumble delizioso Gloria, buon weekend , un abbraccio !

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  24. Brava Gloria, con le mele è una delizia questo crumble!!!!

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  25. Yum! It looks amazing Gloria.

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  26. Ohhhhhhhhh my! That looks great
    Sorry for being a bit late
    How's life, Gloria Dear?

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    1. Hi dear grumpy! how are you doing?? Im a little tired, but you know all maknh this month!
      hugs!

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    2. You're tired too? Say it ain't so. I'm exhausted. I've been working 7 days a week, so I need a break.

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    3. You have to rest a while Grumpy!! Iknow you are tired, you work sooo much!

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  27. Gloria, this crumble looks yummy. Apple season is starting here, and this gives a great idea for a yummy dessert.

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  28. this crumble looks so delicious with almonds !!!! And chantilly !

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  29. Hola Gloria: Que fotos tan lindas. Me encanta tu canasta de manzanas ¡y son de tu propio árbol! Que lujo, amiga.
    Me encantan los crumbles y el de manzana es mi preferido. Hace mucho no preparo uno... a ver si en estos días...
    Un abrazo y buen fin de semana.

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    1. Un abrazo Nathy que tengas un buen fin de semana!
      (las manzanas por lo menos siempre salvamos los pájaros prefieren las peras)
      xo

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  30. I love apples, though I do not have an apple tree (but I would love one). This treat look so delicious. I can't wait to try this. Beautiful photos too! Thanks for sharing. :)
    ~Jess

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  31. Thanks Jess Im sure you will.enjoy, is easy and delicious!

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  32. Hi Gloria,
    Your apple crumbles looks delicious! And your own homegrown apples! I'm so jealous! My favourite apples are Fuji Apples!

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  33. Stupendo,adoro questo dolce cara,un bacione a presto <3

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  34. un super dessert bravo
    bonne soirée

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  35. I love Fuji, Pink Lady and Gala are my favourite apples. This looks so good. I have made apple crumble before but I have to make it again. How wonderful to have pear and apple trees of your own!

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    1. Thanks Suzy! Yes and I love apples especially!!
      xo
      thanks by coming!

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  36. look so delicius! Smack Silvia

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  37. O_O semplicemente delizioso!! baciiiiiii

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  38. Apples make wonderful desserts!

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  39. How delicious, Gloria. I could eat this all up! xo, Tammy<3

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