Friday, February 27, 2009

Tarte Aux Pommes Normande/Normandy Apple Tart

French people's one of the most favourite dessert is Apple tart, they are prepared in many ways with so many variety of apples...Sometimes it had a mixture of applesauce and ground almond with a buttery layer of thinly sliced appples...other times, it had apple wedges or thin apple slices that were baked with a rich and inviting custard that could bring comfort to any cloudy day. In this Normandy apple tart i used low fat cream with eggs n sugar, a custard like preparation,this is very tastiest fruit tart and quite a best n worthy simple dessert...U may find so many variations of preparation , this is my way of preparaing Normandy Apple tart, i have already posted simple version of Apple Tart using applesauce.


2nos Golden Apples
1no Pastry sheet
1cup Low fat cream
1/2cup Sugar +1tsp Sugar
2nos Eggs
1tsp Vanilla extract

Place the pastry sheet in a tart mould and pick them with fork to make small dots, now slice very thinly the apples, arrange this sliced apples over the pastry sheet, meanwhile whisk together the cream, eggs and sugar with vanilla extract together also preheat the oven to 350F, pour this cream mixture over the arranged apple slices, springle 1tsp of sugar over the apple slices, this helps for caramelising the apples while baking, bake the tart in middle rack of the oven for 30 minutes...

Let them cool, cut the tart as small triangles n enjoy, this tart will taste delicious if u serve them chilled!!!

27 comments:

  1. wow.. looks yummy & delicious.. nice entry..

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  2. Apple Tart looks very nice. I like them very much. this is in my to do list for a long time now.

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  3. Apple tart is great,Priya..the caramelised apple looks yummy ..

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  4. The well arranged apple slices make a very good pattern. Good job.

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  5. do i need to say anything after looking at that gorgeous pic?

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  6. yeah, how abt sending me one big slice? :)

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  7. Looks yummy Priya..Supera iruku parkave..

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  8. yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmy,never did, will try it for sure

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  9. Apple tart is new to me. Looks yummy.

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  10. I love tarts too.looks delightful !!

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  11. Love the swirls on top, scrumptious dessert! :)

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  12. Apple Tart looks very nice & delicious .drooling over here priya:)

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  13. You are just amazing!!! it's a beauty!! wish I could have a slice :)

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  14. That looks inviting! Nice presentation and i can see a beautiful art over the tart! Yummy!

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  15. that looks so yummy and it looks like an easy recipe that even i can try ;-)

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  16. Looks wonderful.It looks as though the apple is a lil burnt from top,wow wat a lovely pic.Great recipe,thanks for sharing:)

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  17. hmmm...yum yum love the dessert with apples...top with fraiche...yum!

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  18. Tart looks wonderful priya! never thought it would be this easy to make....

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  19. I wish I wasn't on a diet. I would make this right away. It looks delicious.

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  20. My..they looks so pretty..u have really neatly sliced them..so thin..looks so pretty..how do u get so much time for all these...amazing..:)

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  21. Looks gorgeous Priya..How r u?Im back after the break..Going thru all the recipes

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  22. Est ce que tu me peux m'envoyer un morceau au cas ou il reste!

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  23. looks so gorgeous..beautiful picture..

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  24. Looks like an apple pie without the top crust!Nice!

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  25. The french really take pride in their desserts n they love their tarts....urs looks perfect and delicious...

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