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Saturday, 29 October 2011

Blackberry and Apple Cobbler

or rather...Blackberry and Apple Cobble!  I think I should have chosen a shallower dish for this as the cobber pieces all joined together into one big cobble!  It did taste delicious though!


It's the last day of Bookmarked Recipes, run by Jac at Tinned Tomatoes from an idea by Ruth at Ruth's Kitchen Experiments, and I thought I wasn't going to get an entry in in time.  But for tonight's dessert I chose a recipe I had bookmarked in Woman and Home - Dinner Tonight for October.



Blackberry and Apple Cobbler
500g (1lb 2oz) Apples
400g (4oz) blackberries
200g (7oz) golden caster sugar
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1tbsp cornflour
150g (5oz) self-raising flour
50g (2oz) chilled butter, cubed
100ml (4fl oz) buttermilk
1tbsp demerara sugar

1.2litre (2 pint) greased ovenproof dish

1. Heat the oven to 200C, 180C Fan, 400F, gas 6.  Fill a bowl with water, peel the apples and put into the water to stop them browning. Quarter, core and slice the apples and place in the ovenproof dish.

2. Add the blackberries to the apples and sprinle over 50g (2oz) of the sugar, as well as the cinnamon and cornflour.  Gently stir everything together to mix the apples and blacberries with the dry ingredients.

3. Put the flour in a bowl or food processor, add the butter and the remaining 150g (5oz) sugar, and cut with a knife or whizz until it forms crumbs.  Add the buttermilk and blend until a squidgy dough forms.

4. Scatter clumps of the dough over the fruit - don't cover completely.  Spinkle with the demerara sugar and bake for 40 minues, or unitl the fruit is tender and the cobbler golden.

I didn't have any buttermilk, normally I would use a bit of yogurt in the milk to sour it or some lemon juice, but instead I used an egg and topped up to 100ml with semi-skimmed milk, it rose beautifully as you can see. 

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18 Comments:

At 29 October 2011 at 21:50 , Blogger Jacqueline said...

Mmmmmmmm, that looks scrummy Janice. If I hadn't just been out for a meal and if I wasn't feeling rather stuffed and content, I would be wanting to have a slice this minute. Great Bookmarked Recipe. The roundup will be posted tomorrow night :)

 
At 29 October 2011 at 21:58 , Blogger Anne said...

Mmm the cobble looks great! I have a tub of blackberry and apple pie filling in the freezer, rather tempted to give this a go instead of pie!

 
At 29 October 2011 at 22:15 , Blogger Karen S Booth said...

That looks fabulous Janice, who doesn't like apples and blackberries together, SO delicious!
Must join in bookmarked recipe next time.
Karen

 
At 29 October 2011 at 22:46 , Blogger Please Do Not Feed The Animals. said...

That does look lovely. I love old fashioned puddings but, funnily enough, I don't remember ever having had a cobbler. I can see I would love it, though.

 
At 30 October 2011 at 08:06 , OpenID sophiesfoodiefiles said...

Waw, Janice!! That cobbler looks amazing & ooh so pretty too! :)
I loved every bite of it & so did my husband!

 
At 30 October 2011 at 09:38 , Blogger Janice said...

Yes, it was very good and easier to make than a sponge topping, lovely crusty top. If you made it in a cake tin you could probably cut it like cake rather than pudding.

Thanks for all your lovely comments.

 
At 30 October 2011 at 09:39 , Blogger Gardenteacakesandme said...

That looks like a lovely Autumn pudding, who needs dinner when you could skip straight to the pudding and have two big bowls of this!

 
At 30 October 2011 at 12:42 , Blogger Brownieville Girl said...

Perfect dessert for this time of year - warming and delicious:-)

 
At 30 October 2011 at 13:19 , Blogger Chele said...

What a shame all the cobble pieces joined together, I think you are right and maybe should have used a larger dish. Great that it still tasted fab though, perfect pud for this time of year.

 
At 30 October 2011 at 15:04 , Blogger LDH said...

Oh,Janice, you have caught my attention and taste buds with this dish... YUM!

 
At 30 October 2011 at 17:22 , Anonymous Corina said...

Yum! I just love these types of warming autumn puddings.

 
At 30 October 2011 at 19:32 , Blogger C said...

Looks gorgeous - I keep meaning to try a cobbler, but never get round to it! I love the combo of blackberries and apples - delicious!

 
At 30 October 2011 at 21:51 , Blogger Phil in the Kitchen said...

You can't do better than blackberries and apples in autumn. I think I might prefer the single cobble - there's more of an element of surprise that way, if you see what I mean.

 
At 30 October 2011 at 22:53 , Anonymous Helen at Casa Costello said...

Looks great! I was searching everywhere for a recommended cobbler recipe a couple of weeks ago so am so glad to have come across this - Thanks, will def make soon.

 
At 31 October 2011 at 06:47 , Blogger Choclette said...

Cobble or cobbler, it looks delicious and I bet tasted great.

 
At 31 October 2011 at 17:49 , Blogger The KitchenMaid said...

That looks fantastic. I can't wait for blackberry season here!

 
At 3 November 2011 at 21:27 , Blogger Sarah, Maison Cupcake said...

Cobble, cobblers, who cares, it looks great!

 
At 3 November 2011 at 22:57 , Blogger Solange said...

I'd never heard of Cobbler till last month. Made it and scoffed the lot. spent the rest of the month going swimming, never again.........too good

 

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