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Almond crumble with raspberries, nectarines and red currants

Almond crumble with raspberries, nectarines and red currants, Prescriptions, Any category, Any kitchen, Pastries and desserts, Pies, British cooking

Ingredients portion 4

Wheat flour 100 g

Sugar 100 g

Ground almonds 125 g

Salt pinch

Butter 100 g

Nectarines 2 pieces

Red currant 50 g

Raspberry 50 g

Ground nutmeg ¼ teaspoon

Cooking instructions 35 minutes

1 For the crumble, mix the coarsely ground almonds, flour, sugar, butter and salt together thoroughly with the mixer bowl.

2 For the crumble filling, mix the peeled and diced nectarines with the raspberries and currants. (You can use either fresh or frozen berries). Add the nutmeg, a little sugar (10 g) and flour (10 g). Mix gently.

3 Place the fruit mixture in four baking pots, sprinkle the almond mixture over the top and pop into the oven preheated to 175 degrees for about 25-30 minutes. (You can cover the pots with foil to speed up the process.)

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