Your taste buds won’t be bored with this crumble. I like sharing easy and quick recipes that anyone can reproduce and I definitely felt like a chef after making this crumble!
I have to admit I wasn’t so sure about this new combination. I am very loyal to classic desserts in general and don’t like when they taste too different. Crumbles are tasty just with apples, but what if a crumble can be even better than just with apples? And with any kind of fruit?
I was scrolling down Instagram and got inspired by some random people’s holiday in Hawaii. Fruit plates on the beach. You obviously can’t do this when it’s raining outside on a Sunday afternoon. And eating fresh fruits when the mere thought of leaving your warm bed gives you goosebumps may be a bit much. But you can certainly enjoy an incredibly comforting warm crumble.
Mango sauce. Mango and banana sauce. (Almost there). Mango and Banana warm tart. CRUMBLE! It’s almost 4pm, we need to hurry and make this happen just in time for when the family wakes up from their nap. My little sister joined the experiment. 2 chefs ready to change the world of crumbles. She prepped the fruit, I made the dough: team work makes the dream (or in this case, the crumble) work!
- 3 mangoes
- 4 bananas
- 1 teaspoon of cinnamon
- 1/2 teaspoon of powdered ginger
- 40g of butter
- 40g of brown sugar
FOR THE DOUGH:
- 100g of flour
- 100g of brown sugar
- 100g of butter
- 1 cup of chopped pecan
The recipe is so easy you barely need instructions. For crumble first-timers reading this, you will be surprised how easy it is to make.
- Preheat the oven at 200°C or 390°F
- Butter the baking dish.
- Peel and dice the mangoes and bananas..
- Toss the fruit in a small pan with the butter already melted.
- Mix brown sugar, cinnamon and ginger and add the mixture to the pan.
- Cook for about 5min at high temperature
For the dough:
- Put the flour, sugar, butter, pecan in a bowl and mix the ingredients together until the mixture is sandy.
- In the baking dish, transfer the fruit filling equally
- With your fingertips, form crumbs and add the dough crumbs on the filling.