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Saturday, 16 April 2011

Rhubarb, rhubarb, rhubarb

Yes, the rhubarb season is well and truly upon us!  Loads of the stuff growing in the garden so you may be seeing quite a lot of recipes featuring those rosy stalks.  Today it is another version of a crumble, Rhubarb and Orange with Amaretti Crumble.

Peel about an inch off a clementine, scraped off the pith and diced it into tiny pieces.

Chop up about four stalks of rhubarb and put them into a dish with the orange zest. Add a tablespoon of granulated sugar (or to taste).

Take 8 - 10 amaretti biscuits and crush them with a rolling pin.

Mix the crushed amaretti with about 4-5 tablespoons of crumble mix.
Spoon the mixture over the rhubarb and bake in the oven at 160C for 30-40 minutes until the crumble is golden brown and the rhubarb is bubbling through.

Serve with custard (yes, it's Birds Custard again).  The hint of orange flavour brought out the rhubarb, and the almond flavour enhanced the crumble and gave it a bit of added texture too.

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8 Comments:

At 16 April 2011 at 21:05 , Blogger Charlene said...

That looks so yummy! And I love Bird's custard - used to love it when my mum made it REALLY thick. :)

 
At 16 April 2011 at 21:53 , Blogger Rebecca from Chow and Chatter said...

wow love this crumble, great flavors

 
At 17 April 2011 at 07:30 , Blogger Chele said...

I am so envious of your rhubarb patch! That crumble looks so a treat ... just what teh doctor ordered.

 
At 17 April 2011 at 07:44 , Blogger Marie said...

That looks fabulous Janice. I think that the amaretti biscuits would give some great favours to this. I love rhubarb and orange together too. I always stew mine with a bit of orange zest and some orange juice. Fabulous!

 
At 17 April 2011 at 21:42 , Anonymous Corina said...

Crumble and custard is my favourite dessert and I love the use of the amaretto biscuits.

 
At 18 April 2011 at 20:30 , Blogger Choclette said...

Rhubarb crumble with orange is delicious but adding amaretti to the crumble is pure genius. I bet that was good.

 
At 20 April 2011 at 12:12 , Anonymous Catherine said...

My elderly neighbour used to give us rhubarb, grown from his garden. But we were too young to appreciate it and I've never tried it properly since! Your crumble looks so comforting, Janice. I would love some with lashings of custard, this very instant! :)

 
At 21 April 2011 at 15:53 , Blogger Wendy@The Omnivorous Bear said...

What a great idea to use amaretti biscuits!
I just adore a crumble... truly one of the greatest of Great British Puds!

 

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