I’ve just returned from my holidays in the French Riviera (if you follow me on Instragram, you can see some the photos I took and my Story Highlights there) and now I’m totally energized and impatient to start posting recipes on my blog again. So here’s the first one, using one of my favorite summer fruits. I’m convinced you will love this cherrry crumble.
I bought all my ingredients at Gadis Supermercados. I got some flour, Kerrygold butter, panela sugar and of course, some juicy cherries. The recipe is quick, especially if you have a boning knife at home. I really recommend having one, because they are extremely useful and you can find some inexpensive models. You can also use it for olives. By the way, I will be posting a tapenade recipe very soon, because I had so much tapenade in France!
INGREDIENTS for two 15cm wide ramekins
70 gr (⅔ cups) wheat flour
60 gr (¼ cups) unsalted butter, room temperature
50 gr (¼ cups) cherries
30 gr (½ cups) panela sugar
Wash and remove the seeds from the cherries and place them in the ramekins until they completely cover the bottom. Now, sift the flour and add the butter and sugar. Mix well until you get crumbs. Put the cherries on top and bake at 180ºC (350ºF) for 20 minutes.
Serve and enjoy!
Another crumble idea here.