Tatin apples

An interesting technique used to give apples the structure and flavour of having been baked in a tarte tatin.

Recipe makes 4 portions.

Tatin apples

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apples, sweet

Preparation method

  • Reduce the sugar and the water to a caramel.
  • Peel the apples, cut them in half, remove their cores and add them to the caramel.
  • Place the pan with the caramel and the apples in a 190°C oven and bake until the apples are cooked and translucent.
  • Allow the apples to cool in the caramel.
  • The apples will now have taken on a fine, glassy structure.

Serving suggestions

  • As a component in a dessert, e.g. with vanilla, coffee, pear, or citrus fruit.
  • Vary the recipe by adding spices of your choice.
  • Delicious with coconut, lime, and ginger.

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