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Saturday, November 10, 2018

Pungent Cobbler #recipe

Foods that possess a pungent taste are the hottest of all 5 tastes and are found in various veggies. Chili pepper, garlic and onions to name just a few veggies Pungent spices include black pepper, ginger and cayenne. The pungent taste in small amount can stimulate digestion, clear congested sinuses, promote sweating and detoxification, help discharge gas, improve circulation and relieve some muscle pains. Among the foods with a pungent taste include garlic, ginger, mustard, turnips, scallion, radishes, and horseradish.

The recipe I share with you today is a pungent recipe of apples and pears with spice pie. Yummy!!! Enjoy

Sweetly Sautéed Fruit:
2 Pink Lady apples (I only used one but it wasn’t enough)
1 large pear (you can use more if you want, but it may not fit in the skillet!)
1 tbs fresh lemon juice
50g butter
2 tbs brown sugar
1 tsp cinnamon/mixed

1 cup plain flour (I had to use self-raising and there was no difference)
3/4 cup rolled oats
3/4 cup caster sugar
1/2-3/4 tsp Australian Wild Wattle Seed (I ground mine a little more with a mortar and pestle before using it---------------------
120g butter, softened

Preheat oven to 160 degrees C.
Wash, dry, peel and roughly chop up the pear and apples into small, thin pieces. Drizzle with lemon juice till coated through.
In a skillet measuring 16-17cm in diameter, place the pear and apple pieces, the butter, brown sugar and spice.
Cook over medium heat, stirring occasionally so the spice, butter and sugar hits all the fruit pieces. Lower heat slightly and then leave to caramelise and release delicious juices for 10-15 minutes (the fruit will be done when it can be pierced with a skewer with little force)
Move onto the cobbler and in a large bowl combine all of the cobbler’s ingredients. Using your hands (because forks are for the weak!), rub the mixture together till it begins to resemble breadcrumbs. It takes around 7-8 minutes for all the ingredients to combine and for the butter to get small and pebbly enough.
Spoon topping on top of the sautéed fruit generously, getting all the edges of the skillet. Wrap the skillet’s handle in aluminium foil.-
Bake for 40-45 minutes or till the cobbler is golden brown.--------

Devour immediately from the oven with vanilla ice cream (or apple pie ice cream!

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