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I went for something very simple this week, because I am currently not in my own house/kitchen. I was therefore suffering from a lack of store-cupboard ingredients, plus an unfamiliar oven and not really the right equipment. It was only after I bought the ingredients that I realised that I had no weighing scales. Therefore I used a method of vaguely converting grams to tablespoons, plus some guesswork.

It was sort of based on this recipe, though: Rhubarb crumble. But I used caster sugar for both rhubarb bit and crumble bit, and I think I used less sugar than the recipe suggested as mine was quite tart, but still good. The crumble bit also wasn't as crumbly as I'd ideally like, but again, still good. I added in some oats to the crumble for good measure. I was also a bit drunk as I was drinking some sparkling wine while I was making this.

Conclusion: crumbles are VERY forgiving.

Nom.

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Date: 2017-05-07 07:35 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] miss_s_b
I made raspberry crumble today because Tesco had a shitloads of raspberries heavily reduced. It was ace. I didn't put any sugar in the raspberries at all, and used muscovado only in the crumble, but that's because I like tart ;)

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Date: 2017-05-09 08:40 am (UTC)
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That looks so good, wow - maybe you should do more drunk cooking?

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