In a fit of fancying some different fruit I bought a mango the other day. I decided it would be nice to have it in a crumble, but mango crumble seemed a little bit boring. A tin of peaches quickly livened it up!
1 tin of peaches
1 tsp ginger preserve
200g plain flour
I chopped up the mango into small chunks and popped that into a small pan with the peaches in their juice and a teaspoon of ginger preserve. I added a splash more of water and left the pan to simmer gently while I made the crumble topping.
For the topping I put the flour, butter, sugar and oats into a large bowl and rubbed together until the butter had combined and it was the consistency of breadcrumbs.
When the fruit had been on the hob about ten minutes I took it off and poured into a large oven proof dish. I then added the crumble topping, spreading it out evenly.
I popped the oven on to 180 and baked the crumble for 30 mins. I then popped the grill on and browned the top for 10 minutes.
Due to me messing about with my phone the crumble was slightly darker than I would have liked, but I kind of like the topping to be well done...