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Strawberry crumble pie
Strawberry crumble pie
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A dessert pie with no bottom, instead it have crumbles on the top. You can make it with any berries or fruits that you like. It is very good to serve the pie medium warm together with vanilla sauce or vannilla ice cream.

Ingredient List for 6 servings:
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500 gr Strawberry
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6 tablespoons Oatmeal
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125 gr Margarine
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2 tablespoon Sugar
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6 tablespoons Vanilla ice cream or vanilla sauce for serving

Oven temperature:
225 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Start the oven on 225 degree Celsius on electrical heat.
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Butter a baking/pie form.
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Divide the strawberries in half and put them in the baking/ pie form.
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Put the flour and the oatmeal in a bowl.
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Divide the margarine in small pieces and pour them down in the flour.
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Grind the margarine together with the flour and oatmeal with your fingertips or a fork until it forms a crumbly dough, until you don’t have any big butter lumps.
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Pour the crumbles even on top of the strawberries.
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Put the pie in the middle of the oven for 20-25 minutes, or until the crumbles are golden brown.
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Let the pie rest for a few minutes before serving together with vanilla ice cream or vanilla sauce.
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