I was telling you that I really liked the plum crumble recipe, now I found such a variant - the pears are baked with a crumble on top of each slice. To be honest, I expected it to be good, but it was extraordinarily tasty, a bomb of flavors and tastes from a simple and banal dessert to prepare. We also liked the hot ones, but the 2nd day I took them out of the fridge, I noticed that the pears had a better and more intense aroma, so don't worry about making even bigger quantities, they are good anyway.
I made a double amount of crumble (you will see in the pictures) just to see what this combination with apples will be - just as good, the only remark, be careful to choose apples suitable for baking.
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Melt the butter in a pan.
Add flour, sugar and oatmeal, stir and leave on fire for 2-3 minutes.
Remove from the heat, add the walnuts and cinnamon.
Mix well, it will be a slightly sticky but also crumbly mixture.
Cut the pears in half and elbow the back.
Take each half of the pear in your hand and with the other hand put a handful of the crumble mixture on top, slightly pressed to adhere better to the pear.
I tried to do this with a spoon, it's harder, because crumbs are scattered everywhere and it's harder to handle the process with a spoon.
Arrange the pear slices in the oven tray, possibly spread with baking paper.
Notice that I also made halves with apples.
Bake in a preheated oven at 160 degrees for 30 minutes.
Be careful in the oven, they are ready when the crumble is browned, but the pears / apples do not come apart.
You can try them with a toothpick, if they come in easily they are ready.
For me, the pears ripened perfectly, the apples were completely ripe - so be careful what kind of apples you choose for baking.
Serve hot or cold, possibly with ice cream in addition, but not mandatory.
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