How about trying something new for dessert today? And all you need is 30 minutes to prepare the same. We recently came across this easy recipe from chef Anahita Dhondy who often tries to create something interesting with leftovers and stresses on zerowaste cooking. In fact, the delectable recipe took us back to our school days when tarts and crumbles were an after-school favourite.
Check it out below:
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Another Eggless Dessert recipe, ready in 30minutes! This has been a family favourite for as long as I can remember. Mom @nilufer.n.dhondy and me used to make this in school, it's been @arush_bhandari for a while but that recipe had a flour+butter crumble. This recipe is slightly different. I've used leftover croissants which were getting really hard, you can use bread or substitute any flour you have. Here is the recipe 👇 2-3 apples 1tsp cinnamon powder (or more) 4tsp granulated sugar (or any sugar you have) 4tsp jaggery powder 4tsp oats (you can add more oats) 8tsp crushed leftover croissants (you can use fresh bread crumbs or leftover dry bread – crushed in a food processor, if you don't have any of those just use flour (maida) or a mix of different flours) 4-5tsp butter (at room temp) For the crumble: all the ingredients, except the apples just a little bit to put on top so 1tsp sugar + 1tsp jaggery powder + 2tsp oats + 2tsp crushed croissants or bread or flour + 1tsp butter mixed and some extra to put on top 😁 Preheat the oven at 180°C and bake for 25-30minutes! See the video for all the details on the technique. It's super easy! Hope you enjoyed this really easy recipe! Stay home, stay safe! #TogetherAtHome we'll keep cooking something new everyday ❤️ #quarantinecooking #applecrumble #dessert #apple #baking #bakeddish #delicious #instadesserts #fresh #farmfresh #localseason #delish #chefanahita #anahitadhondy #recipesfromhome #chefathome #tips #cheftips #cookingtogether #easypeasy #vegetarian #comfortfood #childhoodmemories #cookingwithchefanahita
Here’s what Dhondy said: ” This has been a family favourite for as long as I can remember. Mom and me used to make this in school. But that recipe had a flour+butter crumble. This recipe is slightly different. I’ve used leftover croissants which were getting really hard. You can also use bread or substitute any flour you have.”
Check out this easy, eggless recipe below:
2-3 – Apples
1tsp – Cinnamon powder (or more)
4tsp – Granulated sugar (or any sugar you have)
4tsp – Jaggery powder
4tsp – Oats
8tsp – Crushed leftover croissants [you can use fresh bread crumbs or leftover dry bread crushed in a food processor. If you don’t have any of those just use flour (maida) or a mix of different flours]
4-5tsp butter (at room temp).
*Take a baking tray and butter it well. Now place the apple slices on it and add all the ingredients over it. This means put one teaspoon each of sugar, butter and jaggery powder; two teaspoons each of oats, crushed croissants or bread or flour. You can use the remaining ingredients, including apples, as topping.
*Preheat the oven at 180°C and bake for 25-30 minutes.
Would you like to try it out?