Sunday, October 26, 2008

Tarte Tatin



While endlessly making applesauce last weekend, we of course wanted something tasty to eat.  Of course we needed it to feature apples, the feaured fall fruit of the evening.  P and I whipped up this simple tarte tatin, which was delicious.  This was an easy dish, the most labor intensive part being whipping up a simple crust, which needs 30 minutes to chill, but after that you can practically press it over the apples and stick it in the oven.  It was super tasty.


out of the oven, waiting to be flipped

We found the recipe over at Chocolate and Zucchini.  Please visit Clotilde's site for the goods.

2 comments:

Carla said...

Mmmm yummy! Serve that with some homemade vanilla ice cream :)

Roxanne said...

I tried making an Apple Tart Tatin a few days ago. It seemed like all was well, the puff pastry all nice and puffy, until I flipped it over. The puff pastry seemed to collapse and became a kind of tough, multi-layered crust underneath wonderfully tasty carmelized apples. I wish I knew what I did wrong!