All types of crumble were first made in England, but due to their sweet taste and smell, they quickly spread and became a common dish to find at desert time on any table around the world.
It is commonly thought that apple crumble is the only type of crumble there is. However, whilst the apple crumble recipe may be the most popular recipe, there are other types of crumble which are just as tasty, but are often overlooked. Whilst the basic recipe for apple crumble is usually followed with all types of crumble, different fruits can be put in instead of apples. For example, apple and blackberry crumble is a very common alternative. It has the same basic flavour as the apple crumble, but the blackberries add and extra tang to it to make it all the more tasty.
The fruit crumble recipe and the rhubarb crumble recipe are other alternatives to the apple crumble. Here at Mydish, fruit crumble is one of our favourite dishes and we can say without a doubt that it is one of the best desserts out there!