Honey Roasted Apple Slices with Crumble and Marscarpone
Pick n Pay - Sep 10th, 10:27
Melt-in-your-mouth apples, crunchy crumble, and creamy mascarpone.
4 PnP Royal Gala apples, sliced into 1cm thick rings
60ml of PnP Honey
15ml of melted PnP Salted Butter
75g of Snowflake Cake Flour
80g of PnP Salted Butter
80g of PnP Castor Sugar
5ml of PnP Cinnamon
3ml of PnP Ground Cloves
3ml of PnP Ground Nutmeg
50g of toasted PnP Flaked Almond
1 tub of Lancewood Mascarpone Cheese, for serving
Preheat oven to 180.
Slice 4 Pink Lady apples into 1cm-thick rings and remove pips to expose star shapes.
Place in a single layer in a roasting pan lined with baking paper.
Drizzle with honey and melted butter, then roast for 15-20 minutes until soft and caramelised.
Place flour, butter and castor sugar, ground cinnamon and ground cloves and nutmeg in a large bowl.
Rub butter into dry ingredients until it resembles crumbs, then stir in almond flakes.
Sprinkle over Pink Lady apple slices and bake for 10-15 minutes until golden
Serve with dollops of mascarpone.
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