A tasty dish to end your bonfire night

Try this tasty crumble

Try this tasty crumble

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November 5 might be all about fireworks and flames, but don’t forget the food to go with them.

By the time November comes around, the clocks have gone back and the nights have drawn in.

The weather has normally taken a turn for the worse too, providing the perfect excuse to wrap up in a scarf, hat and gloves, and warm up with some delicious food.

Try this tasty dish you can tuck into after the fireworks display.

Heat oven to 190C/170C fan/gas 5.

Baked apple and toffee crumble

Serves 6

For the apples:

100g raisins

100g pitted soft dates, snipped into small pieces with scissors

85g light muscovado sugar

3tbsp dark rum (or orange juice)

25g unsalted butter

1tsp mixed spice

Zest and juice of 1 lemon

4 Bramley apples, about 800g, peeled, cored and cut into 1cm rings

For the crumble:

125g plain flour

100g unsalted butter

50g light muscovado sugar

3tbsp jumbo oats

25g flaked almonds

Custard or ice cream, to serve

Put everything for the apple layer, except the lemon juice and apples, into a bowl and microwave on high for one and a half minutes.

Toss in the apples and lemon juice, then spoon into a medium baking dish.

Rub the flour and butter together, first into fine crumbs, then keep going until the mix forms bigger clumps.

Stir in the sugar, oats and almonds. Scatter the crumble mixture over the fruit, then cover with foil and bake for one hour, removing the foil for the final 30 minutes, until golden and bubbling.

Rest for 10 minutes, then serve with custard or ice cream.