Wednesday, 15 April 2009

Flat French apple tart

Yes. flat. just like that, and why not?

Anyway, down to the serious stuff,you'll need
- to make a french pastry as described in the previous post, use an alternative to butter for vegans, and soy flour for coeliacs
- to core two apples and slice them very very finely
- Granulated Sugar

Flatten the pastry,

dispose the apple slices on top, from the outer to the inner so that it forms a 'rose', sprinkle generously with the sugar because apples end up quite acidic otherwise (however good the apples).

Place in the oven at 200 degreeC for approx 20 minutes

Et voila, une French tart - yes yes flat, yes! -
Too easy really...

Source: Moi moi moi!

7 comments:

Shari@Whisk: a food blog said...

This would be a hit at my house!

Ricardo said...

Really good this one ... loved it :)

rich said...

I love this sort of tart - very simple, very easy, very quick. Apples are delicious and should speak for themselves, so there's something very appropriate about preparing them in this very straightforward way.

Christelle said...

To Sari: lol, have a good, too easy ;)

To Ricardo: Nice one :)

To rich: Looks like you know something about them apples... Thanks for dropping in! :)

women-wisdom.com said...

Indeed a lovable tart too easy to make also

Heavenly Housewife said...

That looks so beautiful :)

Kevin said...

That apple treat looks so good!