The Weekend Kitchen

Some hits, some misses…..in my kitchen, over the weekends

Apple Crisp – Goodness of apples, oats, and cinnamon

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There is something enticing about the smell of apples cooking with a dash of cinnamon and sugar. And when you love apples in all forms, this is one recipe that would appeal to you.

‘Vanitha’, the malayalam magazine is a good repository of real good recipes. They have a cookery publication ‘Pachakam’ that comes out a few times a year and the recipes in there are pretty enticing and fairly easy to try out as well. Got this recipe from a 2009 edition of ‘Pachakam’

Ingredients:

1. Flour – 1 1/2 cups (the recipe says 1 cup, but that didn’t seem enough)
2. Oats – 1 cup (again, the recipe says 3/4 cup, but….)
3. Brown Sugar – 1 cup
4. Cinnamon powder – 1 tsp
5. Butter, softened – 1/2 cup
6. Apple, skinned and cut into small pieces – 4 cups (about 3 normal sized apples)
7. Sugar – 1/2 cup
8. Corn Flour – 1 tbsp
9. Water – 1/2 cup
10. Vanilla essence – 1/2 tsp

Directions:

1. Pre heat oven to 350F
2. Combine ingredients 1 to 5. This should be coarse

3. Tightly pack half this mix into a baking dish smeared with butter
4. Spread apples on top of this
5. Meanwhile, cook ingredients 7 to 10 on low flame, stirring constantly till it becomes thick
6. Spread it evenly over the layer of apple
7. Cover this tightly with the remaining oats mix
8. Bake for 45 minutes
9. Cool and serve with custard or cream

This tastes better the next day. Allow it to cool completely if you want the pieces to come out well when cut. If you are as impatient as me, go ahead, have it warm 🙂

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Author: wanderlustathome

Dabbling in numbers for a living while dreaming of words all the while.

8 thoughts on “Apple Crisp – Goodness of apples, oats, and cinnamon

  1. Wow, this looks wonderful and the recipe is easy enough for me to try it out 😉

  2. Yum!! Getting a grill over soon for all the baking I intend to do. Will test this out 🙂

  3. it was yum and tasty……:)))……u r d best chechi i hv gt….luv u..:)..

  4. This sounds quite straight forward…….how long do they stay fresh???
    And shd I keep them in the fridge????

    And u r so right abt tht addicting apple-cinnamon smell…..I loved it so much tht a few yrs back I bought an air-freshner the same flavour…but it was too over-powering 😦

    • Trust you, Nancy to come up with such ideas, lol!
      As for the apple crip, it was fresh and tastier the next day, didn’t last for the third day 🙂
      No, I didn’t keep it in the fridge for two days

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