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HomeEasy RecipesApple Buckwheat Crumble (Gluten Free) RecipeSeptember 23, 2010121ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsAppLinkedinReddItEmailPrintTelegramMixLINEGluten Free Apple Crumble | Indonesia EatsI got a bag of apples and didn’t know what to do, too many recipes out there. Apple sauce, apple pie, chicken apple, you name it!

Then, when I stopped by at Hyundae mart, I found a great deal on roasted buckwheat (kasha) and beans. Beside buying more miso, I grabbed some beans and kashas. Hyundae mart used to be a Kosher food grocer, I guess the Korean took over the management, changed the name and added more Korean and Japanese products.

Thanks to Irma for her Eid goodies that was sent from Germany. I have few packages of almond flavour to boost my baking.

The mix of almond flour and buckwheat is used to substitute the oat which contains gluten.

Apple Buckwheat Crumble
adapted from Canelle et Vanille
Yield: 10 ramekins

Ingredients:
400 g apples, cored and diced
2 key limes, zest and juice
1/8 tsp almond flavor*
25 g sugar
15 g cornstarch

Topped:
100 g butter, cold and cut into small pieces
100 g sugar
100 g buckwheat
100 g almond flour
1/4 tsp salt

Roasted Buckwheat (Kasha)Directions:
Toss apple, key lime, almond flavor, sugar and cornstarch together in a bowl.

Mix the sugar, buckwheat, almond flour and salt in a bowl. Add the cold diced butter and work it into the flour until a crumb forms and small pieces of butter remain.

In small ramekins or a pie dish, add apple mixture and top with buckwheat and almond crumble.

Bake at 350F for about 30 minutes or until fruit starts to bubble over. If the crumble turns dark before the fruit is bubbling, cover with aluminum foil.

The rest of the unused crumble may be frozen until next time.

*Almond flavor can be used interchangeably with vanilla pods, powder or flavor. Almond flour can be substituted for soy flour.

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  1. tigerfish September 23, 2010 At 11:30 AMI would not know what to do with a bag of apples? Hmmmm…..Reply
  2. Torviewtoronto September 23, 2010 At 12:36 PMlovely different toppingReply
  3. Jun Indochine Kitche September 23, 2010 At 1:19 PMGreat idea, Pepy! I wish we have buckwheat. Love the lose texture of the crumble.Reply
  4. baking.serendipity September 23, 2010 At 1:49 PMThis sounds delicious! I have a whole lot of apples too, but this is definitely not a recipe I’ve come across in my hunt to find a good use for them 🙂Reply
  5. noobcook September 23, 2010 At 3:34 PMThis looks better than the usual apple crumble. The topping looks delicious 🙂Reply
  6. tigerfish September 23, 2010 At 6:30 PMI would not know what to do with a bag of apples? Hmmmm…..Reply
  7. Torviewtoronto September 23, 2010 At 7:36 PMlovely different toppingReply
  8. Jun Indochine Kitchen September 23, 2010 At 8:19 PMGreat idea, Pepy! I wish we have buckwheat. Love the lose texture of the crumble.Reply
  9. baking.serendipity September 23, 2010 At 8:49 PMThis sounds delicious! I have a whole lot of apples too, but this is definitely not a recipe I’ve come across in my hunt to find a good use for them 🙂Reply
  10. noobcook September 23, 2010 At 10:34 PMThis looks better than the usual apple crumble. The topping looks delicious 🙂Reply
  11. Little Corner of Min September 24, 2010 At 1:11 AMVery interesting, never have this before.Reply
  12. mycookinghut September 24, 2010 At 7:37 AMThat is a very interesting way of using buckwheat!Reply
  13. Little Corner of Mine September 24, 2010 At 8:11 AMVery interesting, never have this before.Reply
  14. mycookinghut September 24, 2010 At 2:37 PMThat is a very interesting way of using buckwheat!Reply
  15. Xiaolu @ 6 Bitterswe September 26, 2010 At 12:20 AMI love all the wonderful baked apple and pear desserts brought on by fall. Never tried buckwheat but I can imagine it adds wonderful texture and taste to this.Reply
  16. Xiaolu @ 6 Bittersweets September 26, 2010 At 7:20 AMI love all the wonderful baked apple and pear desserts brought on by fall. Never tried buckwheat but I can imagine it adds wonderful texture and taste to this.Reply
  17. Heidi – Apples Under September 29, 2010 At 11:01 AMI really need to get into Buckwheat more. I have a great few recipes but never get around to it – you know how it is 🙂 This looks beautiful!Heidi xoReply
  18. Heidi – Apples Under My Bed September 29, 2010 At 6:01 PMI really need to get into Buckwheat more. I have a great few recipes but never get around to it – you know how it is 🙂 This looks beautiful!Heidi xoReply
  19. Dimah October 1, 2010 At 8:02 AMWow, this looks absolutely amazing!Reply
  20. Dimah October 1, 2010 At 3:02 PMWow, this looks absolutely amazing!Reply
  21. Heavenly Housewife October 5, 2010 At 6:24 PMWhat a fantastic apple desert. I have 3 apple trees in my back yard and loads of apples this year, so I am looking for some great ideas. Thanks for sharing this one.*kisses* HHReply
  22. Heavenly Housewife October 6, 2010 At 1:24 AMWhat a fantastic apple desert. I have 3 apple trees in my back yard and loads of apples this year, so I am looking for some great ideas. Thanks for sharing this one.*kisses* HHReply
  23. Kathryn October 6, 2010 At 6:28 AMWhat a great-looking fall treat! I always make apple turnovers around this time of year!Reply
  24. Kathryn October 6, 2010 At 1:28 PMWhat a great-looking fall treat! I always make apple turnovers around this time of year!Reply

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