Friday, April 29, 2005

Granny Smith or Fuji

My sister brought a big bag of Granny Smith green apples (grade 4139) for me today. It is not the grade that I usually buy. The size is much smaller. Pretty cute.

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When I bake apples, I tend to opt for Granny Smith green apples. One of the reason that I know is that it gives a better texture and taste. Some bakers also used Gala apples. With the influx of Fuji apples and the prices are getting cheaper (from China) as compared to the past.

Perhaps, I might explore using Fuji apples one of these days. Here is my Apple Crumble using Granny Smith green apples.

Verdict: Getting better each time.

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What you need:

675g apples
80g soft brown sugar
1 tsp of cinnamon coz we prefer it stronger taste

Crumble

225g plain flour
115g butter
50g caster sugar

Methods:

Peel, core and slice apples and place in dish, sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon.

Place flour in a bowl and rub butter into flour, stir in sugar

Sprinkle crumble mix evenly over apples.

Bake fan oven 160ºC/electric oven 180ºC for 30 - 40 minutes until lightly golden on top.

Serve with custard or ice-cream
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5 comments:

  1. I like the simple recipe Janny. Thanks for the recipe. :)

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  2. Edith
    I cannot take the credit for your creation, LOL

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  3. Like I said earlier...I like your simple recipe and I finally made it into a pie instead. Thanks again for the recipe Edith.
    p/s: I am so sorry I made a big mistake confusing your name with Janny.

    Lynda :)

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  4. Hi! Love ur blog... U know wat? I like using a mix of Fuji and Granny Smith in my crumble and I reckon it's worth a try!

    J

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  5. Edith
    I cannot take the credit for your creation, LOL

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