Delicious sugar-free "okara apple crumble" recipe! Put the crumble dough on the apples and bake!
|Material ( For 2-3 people )|
|Raw okara||80g (2.82oz)|
|Butter or margarine||20g (0.71oz)|
|Vanilla ice cream (for toppings)||as you like|
Introducing the delicious sugar-restricted recipe "Okara Apple Crumble". Apple crumble is a home-baked confectionery that is popular in the United Kingdom, and is baked by putting a crumbled dough on an apple. Wheat flour is generally used for the dough, but this time we will use "okara" instead to make it a little healthy!
Okara apple crumble
materialClick here for what to prepare.
1 apple Okara 80g (2.82oz)
3 tablespoons sugar
20g (0.71oz) of cinnamon butter or margarine
Vanilla ice cream (for toppings) as you like
How to makeWash and peel the apples, remove the calyx and core and chop.
Arrange the cut apples on a bakeware and sprinkle with cinnamon.
Roast the raw okara in a frying pan until it is dry.
Put roasted okara, sugar, and butter (margarine) in a plastic bag and grind it with your fingers to make it into a rag.
Spread the okara crumble on the apples and bake them in the oven at 200 degrees for 20 to 30 minutes.
When it's browned and browned, it's done! Serve with vanilla ice cream if you like.
What is the taste of Okara Apple Crumble?The moist and fluffy okara crumble has a fluffy part and a crispy part when it is cheeked, and the butter is slightly fragrant and insanely delicious! The apples inside are soft and soft, and the sweet juice and the spicy aroma of cinnamon go well together. I'm happiest when I eat together the place where the vanilla ice cream on the hot crumble melts a little. On the contrary, it is excellent even if you chill it in the refrigerator and eat it!
If you like, you can add dried fruits such as raisins to the crumble dough! Since we use okara instead of flour, we can reduce the feeling of guilt. If you're on a diet but want to eat something sweet, be sure to check it out (be careful about how much you eat)!