Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Blackberry / Mure Cobbler

Its Summer!!!! Lots of summer fruits to try and taste. But some of us have this inhibition to try new receipes. I wanted to break this and try this cobbler. It turned out really good. The story of this cobbler starts like this. When its grocery time its usually me that likes to pick more fruits. This time, i picked lots of summer fruits. 

 Along with many others i picked this Mure ( French name of Blackberry also called as the black rasberry). To my suprise this time, they tasted absolutely plain. I myself could'nt eat it then think about my husband. No way he is gonna touch it. Dint know what to do with it . Dint feel like throwing it into trash. So i was browsing the net and found this easy receipe for blackberries. It was really delicious and above all its very very easy to make.  My husband loved it. Its the great way to make our sweetheart eat the fruit. It actually looks like lot of work but its not. ( Dont tell such secrets to your husbands). Anyways let me give you the process.

Things you will need:

Blackberry - 1 cup (Chopped in halves or even smaller chunks as you like)
All purpose flour - 2/3rd cup
Salt - 1/4 tsp
Sugar - 2/3 cup
Baking Powder - 1 tsp
Melted Butter - 1/4 cup
Milk - 2/3 cup

Preparation time: 20 mins
Baking time: 45 - 50 mins

Mix the blackberries with sugar and set aside for about 15 mins so that the mixture blends well. Now in a bowl, mix flour, salt, baking powder, and milk. Blend the mixture well and add the melted butter to the mixture and give a stir untill all the ingredients are mixed well. Grease the baking pan ( 8*8 inch) and pour the mixture in the pan evenly. Now take the blackberry mixture and pour it on top of the base. Pre heat oven 375 degrees and then place this baking pan. Let it cook for about 45 mins. You can always check in the middle to see if its cooked to avoid burning as ovens vary. You can add some whipped creme on top of it once cooked to add more taste and for a rich look. Thats it!!!! Mure cobbler is ready to be attacked!!

Ice cream is the best combination and serve the cobbler warm. You can substitute any fruit instead of blackberry like, strawberry, rasberry, blueberry, or even apple and peach (cut them into smaller chunks). Its a great dessert in no time!! Cya soon with more!!!


  1. Anonymous7:20 AM

    Very Impressive recipe.Please make your picture size to large or medium.

  2. besh besh!!! romba nanna iruku!!!!!! ;) :D cherry mango blast was really mouth watering.!!!!!!! amma


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