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Crumble with cherries: what to do with the filling to make it juicy

Kateryna YagovychLS Food
Crumble recipe with cherries. Source: taste.com.au

Crumble is a simple pie that is made using a special method. The berries need to be stewed well in a frying pan to make them very flavorful and juicy. And the ingredients for the dough are simply ground into crumbs. This means that you don't need to knead the mass for a long time and carefully put it into the mold.

The idea of making cherry crumble was published on the Instagram page of food blogger Christina (chris.godij).

Crumble with cherries: what to do with the filling to make it juicy

Ingredients for a 24 cm baking dish:

  • cherries - 400 g
  • sugar - 140 g
  • flour - 100 g
  • butter, cold - 100 g
  • cinnamon - 1 tsp.
  • cornstarch - 2 tsp.
Crumble with cherries: what to do with the filling to make it juicy

Method of preparation:

1. Put a piece of butter and pitted cherries in a preheated frying pan and cook over low heat for 10 minutes.

Crumble with cherries: what to do with the filling to make it juicy

2. Allow to cool slightly, add a spoonful of starch, cinnamon and mix.

3. Put the cherries in the bottom of the mold, sprinkle with sugar - 2 teaspoons in total.

Crumble with cherries: what to do with the filling to make it juicy

4. Make a crumb.

Crumble with cherries: what to do with the filling to make it juicy

5. Rub the cold butter, flour and sugar with your hands.

Crumble with cherries: what to do with the filling to make it juicy

6. Sprinkle the cherries with crumbs and put in a preheated 200-degree oven for 35 minutes until the crust forms.

Crumble with cherries: what to do with the filling to make it juicy

7. Delicious with a scoop of white ice cream.

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