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Baked Sharon Fruit with Amaretti

ingredients

serves: 4
8 sharon fruit, halved through the middle
125 g amaretti biscuits, crushed
4 tbsp Amaretto or Brandy
4 tsp ground cinnamon
1 stick (8 Tbsp)4 oz (100 g) unsalted butter

method

1. Preheat the oven to 190°C (375°F) Gas Mark 5.

2. Place the sharon fruit in an ovenproof dish, with the cut half facing uppermost.

3. Mix the amaretti, Amaretto or Brandy and cinnamon together in a bowl.

4. Dot the butter over the fruit and sprinkle the amaretti mix over.

5. Bake in the oven until soft and golden approximately 30-40 minutes.

6. Serve with creme fraiche or clotted cream.

What did you think?

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Looks complicated
posted by Laura Louise Heard @ 03:58AM, 12/18/07
I think that you should post some recipes that teenagers can try simply at home, where they dont need apparatus but a good pair of hands.
Looks interesting
posted by Nigel Cruchton @ 05:56AM, 8/07/08
I would definitely try it. I don't know what apparatus the previous poster is talking about, seeing as all that's needed is an oven - I'd be more worried about the teenagers using alcohol.
Going to try this tonight
posted by Vicky @ 01:58PM, 11/05/09
I'm not sure what Laura means - this isn't complicated! The only apparatus needed is an oven dish and a bowl!

This is the easiest sharon fruit recipe I've found.
Can't wait to try it
posted by Yvonne @ 04:28PM, 3/05/11
Maybe Laura doesn't have the other needed apparatus - an oven
I tried it.... twice!
posted by Lisa @ 10:57AM, 3/17/11
My sharon fruit was a bit on the hard side. It came out okay but I decided it would probably be better cut up into bite-sized pieces (using a standard knife - no "apparatus" ;-). For the second try, the fruit was also a bit hard (I guess it's kind-of late in the sharon-fruit season) but I think in general it is much better cut up in bite-sized pieces. I also melted the butter and just mixed everything together in one big bowl, put it in a souffle dish and baked. It was better this way!
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