Apple crumble with frozen tamarillo fool

all details

Apple crumble is such a classic and everyone has a favourite. I like to have plenty of oats in mine; in this version I have precooked them, which takes a little longer but makes a wonderfully dark, crunchy topping. I̢۪ve served the crumble here with tangy tamarillo fool, but you can always go back to the old favourites: custard, ice-cream or cream. Choose any apples, depending on whether you like a soft, fluffy result -Sunrise, Gravenstein or Granny Smith; or firmer apples - Braeburn, Royal Gala or Pink Lady.

Apple crumble with frozen tamarillo fool
Photo: Cuisine Magazine NZ

Ingredients

  • Apple crumble
  • 1?4 cup honey
  • 120g cold butter
  • 3?4 cup brown sugar (I use dark brown or muscovado)
  • 1 1?2 cups rolled oats
  • 6 apples, peeled, cored and thinly sliced
  • juice of 1 lemon
  • 3?4 cup flour
  • 1?2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1 teaspoon ground ginger or cinnamon
  • Frozen Tamarillo Fool
  • 6 tamarillos, peeled and coarsely chopped
  • 2 tablespoons orange juice or Stone's Green Ginger Wine
  • 1?2 cup icing sugar
  • 300ml cream

Method

Apple Crumble

Preheat the oven to 180°C. Melt together the honey, 60g of the butter and 1?4 cup brown sugar in a saucepan. Stir in the rolled oats. Spread this mixture on to a lined baking tray.

Bake for 20 minutes until golden,

stirring once.

Meanwhile, toss the apples with the lemon juice and arrange in a 11?2-litre ovenproof dish or 6 individual dishes.

Place the flour in a bowl. Cube the remaining butter then rub into the flour. Stir in the remaining brown sugar, baking powder and ginger or cinnamon then stir in the baked oats.

Frozen Tamarillo Fool

Place the tamarillos in a blender or food processor with the orange juice or green ginger wine and blend to a coarse purée. Place in a bowl and whisk in the icing sugar. Add the cream and whisk to soft peaks. Pour into a container and freeze for 4-6 hours until firm. If you have frozen the fool for a longer period, remove from the freezer for 15 minutes before serving to soften. Makes 1 litre.

Rate this recipe

Rate this recipe:

Use [left] and [right] keys to rate, [enter] to submit, [esc] to cancel.

Rate this recipe with 0.5 a star Rate this recipe with 1 star Rate this recipe with 1.5 stars Rate this recipe with 2 stars Rate this recipe with 2.5 stars Rate this recipe with 3 stars Rate this recipe with 3.5 stars Rate this recipe with 4 stars Rate this recipe with 4.5 stars Rate this recipe with 5 stars

Write a review

Thanks for voting!

Write a review

  • Course - Dessert

Reviews

Be the first to write a review.

Write a review

You are logged in as [Logout]

All information entered below may be published.

Error: Please enter your screen name.

Error: Your Screen Name must be less than 255 characters.

Error: Your Location must be less than 255 characters.

Rate Apple crumble with frozen tamarillo fool

Rate Apple crumble with frozen tamarillo fool:

Use [left] and [right] keys to rate, [enter] to submit, [esc] to cancel.

Rate Apple crumble with frozen tamarillo fool with half a star Rate Apple crumble with frozen tamarillo fool with 1 star Rate Apple crumble with frozen tamarillo fool with 1.5 stars Rate Apple crumble with frozen tamarillo fool with 2 stars Rate Apple crumble with frozen tamarillo fool with 2.5 stars Rate Apple crumble with frozen tamarillo fool with 3 stars Rate Apple crumble with frozen tamarillo fool with 3.5 stars Rate Apple crumble with frozen tamarillo fool with 4 stars Rate Apple crumble with frozen tamarillo fool with 4.5 stars Rate Apple crumble with frozen tamarillo fool with 5 stars

Error: Please select your rating for 'Apple crumble with frozen tamarillo fool'.

Error: Please select a rating.

Error: Please enter your review.

Error: Your Message must be less than 300 words.

Post to

You need to have read and accepted the Conditions of Use.

Thank you

Your review has been submitted for approval.

Reviews are moderated and are generally published if they are on-topic and not abusive.

Most popular recipes

Promotions

Rabbit Ranch is offering readers the chance to win one of five mixed cases of their wines.

Cook discussions

Anzac biscuits

Great recipe thanks - but it's only a myth that these were sent to troops in World War 1. The ... Read more

Commenter
MsDuffy
Date and time
Today, 12:10PM

Slow-cooked Greek lamb

I doubt Brigitte cooked this recipe before it was printed.
Against my better judgement from ... Read more

Commenter
Paddy
Date and time
21 April

Cook discussions

Anzac biscuits

Great recipe thanks - but it's only a myth that these were sent to troops in World War 1. The ... Read more

Commenter
MsDuffy
Date and time
Today, 12:10PM

Slow-cooked Greek lamb

I doubt Brigitte cooked this recipe before it was printed.
Against my better judgement from ... Read more

Commenter
Paddy
Date and time
21 April

Cook discussions

Anzac biscuits

Great recipe thanks - but it's only a myth that these were sent to troops in World War 1. The ... Read more

Commenter
MsDuffy
Date and time
Today, 12:10PM

Slow-cooked Greek lamb

I doubt Brigitte cooked this recipe before it was printed.
Against my better judgement from ... Read more

Commenter
Paddy
Date and time
21 April

Cook discussions

Anzac biscuits

Great recipe thanks - but it's only a myth that these were sent to troops in World War 1. The ... Read more

Commenter
MsDuffy
Date and time
Today, 12:10PM

Slow-cooked Greek lamb

I doubt Brigitte cooked this recipe before it was printed.
Against my better judgement from ... Read more

Commenter
Paddy
Date and time
21 April

Cook discussions

Anzac biscuits

Great recipe thanks - but it's only a myth that these were sent to troops in World War 1. The ... Read more

Commenter
MsDuffy
Date and time
Today, 12:10PM

Slow-cooked Greek lamb

I doubt Brigitte cooked this recipe before it was printed.
Against my better judgement from ... Read more

Commenter
Paddy
Date and time
21 April