Sunday, 21 March 2010

Apple and walnut crumble

Here's charlie serving up the apple and walnut crumble, which we had with the tokai, pictured, given to us by emily and andrew.  Seeing as they were over for dinner as well, it seemed only fair!  tokai has to be my favourite dessert wine - this one was a very good 5 puttonyos (scale of 1-6)  I've just checked this on wikipedia and there's no entry for Puttonyos!  A quick 15 min break and i've now written one.

- Cover 25g raisins/sultanas with 3 tablespoons of marsala that has been gently warmed.
- Sieve 100g flour into a bowl and rub in 50g butter, cut into small cubes.
- Add 60g finely chopped walnuts and then stir in 45g brown sugar.
- Store in a cool place, while peeling, coring and slicing 2 cooking apples.
- Heat the apples in a saucepan together with 1 tablespoon of sugar and add the marsala soaked raisins.
- Cook with the lid for 5 mins until soft.
- Put the apples in a pie dish, cover with the crumble mixture and cook for 25 mins at 190C.

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