Yeah, I'd have to agree with Chonnie- I guess in the busy-ness and travels of us all food's been a thing someone else has done for us. The flat here has settled into a steady menu of 'sausarole' (sausage casserole), and variations of the
' mea & mash' menu. ('mea' = 'something' in maori).
Anywho- last week I ended up with kilos and kilos of apples, and no idea of what to do with it- so mum sent me her trusty crumble recipe:
"Slice required number of apples into a dish
(Recipe says to add cloves, and/or sprinkle with cinnamon plus - and sugar.
I do not add anything to flavour, and find apples are sweet enough.)
Rub together ¾ cup of flour
½ cup sugar
2 ½ tablespoons of BUTTER (about 30 g)
(If you have a kitchen wiz – just put all ingredients in and wizz. Butter is better chilled and firm – which I guess is no problem in Dunedin in the winter.)
Spread over apples.
Bake in moderate oven until top is brown.
Serve while hot with one or more of the following.
Final step: eat by fire while it snows outside. Yoomy!