800 grams of quetsche (pitted and not too hard)
1 cup of honey
10 breton pucks
2 tablespoons of cane sugar
1 knob of soft butter
Alsace is a region located in Eastern France. It is famous for its damson plums which are also called ‘quetsche’ which are found only in this region. This fruit is therefore also called Alsace plum or blue plum.
Consuming plums is beneficial for your health, skin, and hair. It lowers the cholesterol level and aids in digestion. Further, it boosts immune system and aids skin health. Since there are other ingredients also used in the preparation of crumble it is recommended to eat this dish in moderation.
How to Make Alsace Crumble
Plums were domesticated 2000 years ago in China and have been praised by Confucius in his writings.