Ok, I admit it. Not all of the dishes I shared with you are everyday material. After some requests to feature some more simple recipes, I also got asked to post something in English. So, there you go, first post for my English speaking readers!
In honour of my upcoming Berlin trip (and days getting colder), I think it is time for warm, comfy Apple Crumble. So, what exactly does this have to do with the German capital?
Ingredients (one big baking dish):
1 kg Apples (Golden Delicious)
Lemonjuice of half a Lemon
100g Walnuts or Hazelnuts (grounded)
3 tsp Cinnamon
3 tbsp Maple Sirup
70g Oatmeal (fine)
100g Flour (I used one part wheat flour, one part speltflour )
70g brown Sugar
½ tsp Salt
Core and chop the apples into small pieces. Put them together with some lemon juice and nuts into a baking dish. Top with maple sirup and some of the cinnamon, set aside.
Preheat the oven to 180°C.
Place oatmeal, flour, salt and brown sugar into a bowl. Then cut butter into small pieces and use your hands to mix it with the oatmeal, until you have a nice crumbly texture.
Sprinkle the crumbles on top of the prepared apples, then place into the preheated oven. Bake for about 30 minutes, until the crumbles start to turn golden and the apples are bubbling through.
3-4 frozen Bananas
Simply blend the frozen bananas in a food processor. In the beginning it will look like it’s not getting smooth, but just keep on blending, it will turn out in an ice-cream like consistency.
Serve the warm Apple Crumble with banana icecream and maple sirup ( lazy option: vanilla icecream).
Enjoy! And now, off to Berlin.♥