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1 George’s apple crumble Project 2, Oxford University Press, 2008 Tom Hutchinson, Cheryl Pelteret

2 We’re reading the recipe.

3 We’re peeling the apples.

4 We’re boiling the apples.

5 We need some sugar.

6 We need some flour.

7 We need some butter.

8 We’re mixing the sugar, the flour and the butter with a fork.

9 She’s putting the cooked apples into the dish.

10 We’re covering the apples with the flour, butter and sugar mixture.

11 We’re putting the dish into the oven at 180°C for 30 minutes.

12 He’s washing the dishes.

13 Our apple crumble smells great and looks delicious.

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15 We’re serving the apple crumble with the ice-cream.

16 Apple crumble Ingredients 3 large apples 300g flour 200g butter or margarine 100g sugar water cream or ice-cream Instructions 1 Peel the apples and slice them. 2 Put the apples in a saucepan with a little water and 50 grams of the sugar. Boil the apples for 10 minutes. 3 Put the flour, the butter or margarine and the rest of the sugar into a bowl. Mix them with a fork. 4 Pour the cooked apples into a dish. 5 Cover the apples with the flour, butter and sugar mixture. 6 Put the dish into the oven at 180°C for 30 minutes. 7 Serve the apple crumble with the ice- cream.

17 Teacher Alenka Miljević and 5th grade OŠ Braće Radića, Bračević-Vrba


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