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© FAB and AHDB 2011 Oh Crumbs!
© FAB and AHDB 2011 The challenge Plan and make a sweet or savoury crumble that: is an individual or snack size is sweet or savoury uses at least one fruit or vegetable that is in season uses a range of simple equipment and demonstrates practical skills.
© FAB and AHDB 2011 Creative combinations Rhubarb and ginger Ratatouille with herby cheese crumble Pear and blackberry Butter bean and squash with savoury crumble
© FAB and AHDB 2011 Creative combinations Rhubarb and apple Apple and raspberry Peach, blackberry and almond Spiced apple Gooseberry and lemon
© FAB and AHDB 2011 Creative combinations Plum and almond Vegetable and bean with cheesy crumble Pear and mincemeat Courgette and goats cheese Mango, pear and ginger
© FAB and AHDB 2011 Evaluate your work Evaluate your crumble in terms of flavour, texture and appearance. Questions to consider: Which locally sources ingredient/s did you use? Did your peers consider your flavour combination tasty? Is there anything you would do differently if you were to make the crumble again?
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