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Old 21.05.2012, 14:38
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Re: Rhubarb deep dish pie

Was just thinking if you can freeze suprise visitors straight from the freezer to the table
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Old 22.05.2012, 15:29
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Re: Rhubarb deep dish pie

Ok made a rhubarb crumble yesterday and it didnt taste at all like the ones my mam used to make.
Where did I go wrong???? help
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Old 22.05.2012, 15:31
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Ok made a rhubarb crumble yesterday and it didn't taste at all like the ones my mam used to make.
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First mistake - you didn't call Mama.

Give her a call. She is missing you anyways. She would be happy to help.
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Old 22.05.2012, 17:43
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Re: Rhubarb deep dish pie

Your quite right if she was still around she would have been the first one I would have asked ( she always knew what Id done wrong)
Thats why we have to tell them that we love them when theyre here
so the ones that still have mams around, phone straight away and ask where I went wrong(dont tell them Im just a hopless cook)
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Re: Rhubarb deep dish pie

I found the rhubarb crumble I made a bit tart but a friends advised adding a little orange juice to the rhubarb before topping with crumble - it gives it a lovely flavour.
Also I have added some muesli to the rhubarb as well and that is really yummy
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Old 22.05.2012, 20:06
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Your quite right if she was still around she would have been the first one I would have asked ( she always knew what Id done wrong)
Thats why we have to tell them that we love them when theyre here
so the ones that still have mams around, phone straight away and ask where I went wrong(dont tell them Im just a hopless cook)
Well in that case we will have to substitute my mother .

Planning a Skype call tomorrow so I will get the goods on how to do a fabulous crumble. Stay tuned.
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Re: Rhubarb deep dish pie

Does everyone do same amount sugar and butter then 1and half times flour?
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Re: Rhubarb deep dish pie

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So here we have it.

RHUBARB CRISP (CRUMBLE)

Ingredients:

4.5 cups rhubarb
0.66 cups of sugar
0.5 tsp of nutmeg
2 tablespoons of water

Topping:

0.75 cups of rolled oats
0.33 cups of flour
0.33 cups of brown sugar (the sticky North American type)
0.25 cups of butter

Grease deep dish baking dish with some other butter (6 cup size - normally round).
Put fruit, sugar etc. in dish. Mix around.

Preparing Topping:

Combine oats, flour, sugar in a bowl. Cut in butter until mixture resembles course crumbs. Sprinkle crumbs over fruit.

Bake at 190C for 35 minutes

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Old 24.05.2012, 00:28
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Re: Rhubarb deep dish pie

Our two plants our doing well providing far more than we can eat. Crumble is my favourite.

Saw in the Coop mag a recipe for Rhubarb Ice tea amy give this a try.
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Old 24.05.2012, 06:48
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Re: Rhubarb deep dish pie

You can also add a couple of good tablespoons of ground almonds and a sprinkling of cinnamon to that topping.

And don't forget you can make huge batches of crumble topping, freeze it, then pour it on top of the fruit of your choice straight from the freezer.
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