Apple Tarte Tartin
Although I am personally not really a baked apple person, Apple Tart Tartin is really good. And what a lovely French dessert it aint! This turned upside down French dessert, originated from France from the 1880 hundreds, actually as a freak accident recipe. This apple crumble recipe’s apples cooked to long, and the chef tried to save the dessert by turning it into something else: well that something else is now classic Apple Tart Tartin! And everywhere in food magazines you always find Apple Tart Tartin, different variations, but yes, it stayed a classical! You get a lot of variations: pear, peaches, apricot, even pineapple! Quinces also get used in tart Tartin! And it is best to serve it with lovely home made vanilla ice-cream or Crème fraîche. This is a lovely idea to show off your Chef side if you are entertaining friends. If you do not have enough time for the home-made pastry, buy a good quality puff pastry, it works just as well! It is definitely worth making, although I would say this is an intermediate recipe and take up a bit more time to make, if you are a new cook. But with skill, anything can be mastered! Good luck and enjoy! If you like apples, try out the actual Apple Crumble.
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Serves: 6 Prep time: 20 Minutes Cook time: 75 Minutes Ready in: 95 Minutes
Nutrition: Calories 355.7 Carbs: 62.9g Protein: 2.1g Fat: 12.3g