The crumble is a dish of British origin that became popular in Britain during World War two. It actually can be made with so many different ingredients but today we’re learning how to make it with pears, dark chocolate and hazelnuts.
- 4 williams pears
- 140g of flour
- 100g of dark chocolate
- 60g of honey
- 80g of hazelnuts
Cut the pears into small cubes (do not peel them) and put them on a parchment paper into the baking tin. Cut the hazelnuts coarsely and mix them with the flour.
Melt the chocolate and mix it with the honey. Put the dry ingredients together with the wet ones and mix them with your hands until the mixture is crumbled.
Put the mixture over the pears and bake in the oven at 180°C for 30 minutes.