It’s ironical that as a baker, I can’t really tolerate anything that’s too sweet. I love my desserts and fancy bakes and all, but unlike my younger years when I could easily gobble up a couple of chocolates within minutes, I now seek a little more depth and complexity to a dish. A good dessert needs to have some crunch, a tangy bite to it, and definitely some saltiness to cut through any overbearing sweetness.
This dessert was completely done by my daughter, when her baking mood was out, I helped her in setting in temperature and baking them.
The flour texture should be in sandy, not like a soft dough or semi liquid as we mix for cake.
LETS SEE HOW TO PREPARE:
Mango Crumble Bars
Course : Dessert
Cuisine : American
Prep time :10 minutes
Process time : 30 minutes
Total time : 40 minutes
Mango - 1 large
Flour - 1 1/2 cup
Corn flour - 2 tsp
Brown sugar - 1/6 cup
Baking powder - 1/2 tsp
Salt - 1 tsp
Butter - 1/2 cup
Egg - 1
For mango filling: Chop 1 large mangoes into medium size, add 1/4 cup of brown sugar with 2 tsp of corn flour and mix it, set aside.
Add flour 1 1/2 cup in a bowl, butter 1/2 cup, brown sugar 1/2 cup, baking powder 1/2 tsp, salt 1 tsp and crack 1 egg,
Crumble everything together.
Line the baking pan with parchment paper, then add 3/4 of crumble flour on it.
Spread them evenly with spatula, make it even flat.
Add the mango mix on the flat flour and spread it.
Now with remaining crumble flour sprinkle on top of the mango filling.
bake them in 175 degree for 30 minutes.
Once cool cut into shape.
Can store in fridge in air tight container, goes up to 1 week.
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"This captivating fruit tree is mystical and fascinating: Mango is the food of the gods. The Mango tree is the symbol of love, wealth, fertility and even immortality."