tarte tataaa

Mai 10, 2011

My very favorite dessert is indeed a Tarte Tatin. It is simple to make but incredibly tasty. I love the crunchy tarte base and the warm caramel mixed with its sour apple juices.
A „Tataaaaa“ after turning it and a spoon of cold crème fraîche on top is an ever ever guaranteed winner.

Tarte Tatin

 

700g of sourish apples, e.g. Boskop
100g of sugar
4 Tbsp of water
40g of butter
250g of puff pastry

a little bit of crème fraîche

 

Heat water and sugar in an oven-safe casserole and make a golden-brown caramel. Take off the flame, add butter and stir thoroughly.

Peel the apples and cut into thin slices (about 5mm thin). In the casserole arrange the apples onto the caramel circularly (careful, the caramel is very hot!)

Roll the puff pastry out very thin, cut out a circle that’s slightly bigger than the casserole and cover the apples with it. With your fingers, press the pastry rim onto the casserole. Bake at 170°C for about 30 minutes until the puff pastry is golden brown.

Take out of the oven and let cool down for about 15 minutes before turning the tarte over.

Serve with crème fraîche.