Add 1/2 cup of water
to the apples, bring to the boil and simmer for 15 minutes. Drain and
add the raspberries, the marmalade and 50 gram sugar and put this mixture
into a greased pie form. Rub the flour, butter, semolina and remaining
sugar together to a crumby mixture and scatter this over the apples.
Bake the crumble 30 minutes at 200 degrees
"Apple crumble" in
Great Britain and
Ireland is the
same as "apple crisp" in the
crumbles can be made out of dough, with nuts,
cookies, corn flakes or oat
flakes. It is a recent recipe, probably from around 1924. See also
apple-almond crumble and
pandowdy have crumbles
of a more coarse nature.
Put the butter together
with the honey, the semolina and 150 gram flour and mix for a few minutes.
Put this mixture in a thin layer on a greased baking tray and bake 15
minutes at 180 degrees Celsius.
Beat the eggs a few minutes and add the remaining flour, the coconut,
the sesame seeds, the brown sugar, the vanilla sugar and the cardamom.
Spread this mixture over the baked cake and bake another 15 minutes
at 180 degrees Celsius. Allow the
cake to cool down a little and cut it in rectangles.
This is a Lebanese recipe. On 8 September, the Lebanese
celebrate the Nativity of our Lady, the Birth of Virgin Mary. Click
on culinary calendar for more
links between cooking and celebrations.