A delicious and relatively easy-to-make recipe for a pie, that is scrumptious with apples but works well with many different berries and fruits as well.
200 g / 7 oz butter or margarine
1.5 dl / 0,5 cup of sugar
3 dl / 1 cup of flour
0.75 dl / 0,25 cup of milk
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon vanilla
cinnamon and granulated sugar
Melt butter (or use liquid margarine)
Mix in a bowl with the sugar.
Add flour (no baking powder yet) in stages so that the dough does not get too dry at this point
Set aside a cup of the crumble dough (it is sprinkled over the pie at the end)
Add the egg, milk, baking powder and vanilla to the dough. Stir hard with a wooden spoon or spatula.
The dough should have a flowing consistency at this point, ie not to stay at the edges of the bowl, for example, but there is also no excess fluid.
Pour the dough into a greased pie pan and arrange the apple slices on the top of the dough. (Any kind of apples works with the recipe but if the apples are sour, you should put a little more sugar on the surface.)
Sprinkle ~1 TBSL of cinnamon and sugar on the surface and then the crumble dough that was set aside at the beginning.
Bake at 200 C / 380 F degrees for about 30 ~ 40 minutes until the crumble at the top of the pie is golden brown
Let it sit for a moment after taking it off the oven and then serve with cold vanilla sauce or ice cream.