INGREDIENTS:

(use what ever quantities you have or require)

Rhubarb (chopped into chunks)
Flour or oats
Sugar
Butter

METHOD:

  1. Melt some butter in a saucepan and cook the rhubarb until it is tender. Add sugar to taste.
  2. In a bowl place your flour or oats (or some of each). Using only your finger tips, gently massage in small cubes of butter until you have a crumbly consistency.
  3. Place the rhubarb in an oven dish, cover with the crumble, sprinkle a small amount of sugar on top and bake for 30 minutes at 180 degrees or until golden brown.
  4. Serve or gift
* PHUPLEC – Pronounced ‘foo-pleck’. PHUPLEC derives from the Proto-Indo-European perfective *bhuH, meaning to become, grow or appear. From this root word comes the English word future, the Latin futūrus (about to be) and esse (to be), the Greek phuō (I grow / become) and phusis (nature), and the Old English bēo (I become, I will be, I am). Phu- is combined with an abbreviated version of the Old English *plecc (pleck or plack) meaning a plot of land, place, spot or patch.