Friday, October 19, 2018

Far Breton Tart/Apple Far Breton Tart

Far Breton is a flan type cake from Brittany region of France. Apples, Raisins or Dried prunes are usually used for making this traditional cake, and its quite an easily and simple cake with easy available, pantry friendly ingredients. I am a great fan of this cake and i love to make this cake while my fruit baskets have apples abundantly. Its quite an easy cake to finish some apples quickly than dishing out some apple sauce with them. Kids will definitely enjoy this fabulous cake and its one of best way to sneak apples this way. Am allergic to apples and i cant eat them raw. Obviously i have bake or cook them before having. If i want to have enjoy apples for an aftermeal dessert, i cant think more than baking some baked goodies with this fabulous fruit. Apples are showing their heads in our local farmer's market. Apple is a Fall season fruit for us, and we get varieties of apples in our markets. I love Golden apples very much and they works awesome for making any sort of dishes with them.

Apple Far Breton Tart, Far Breton Tart

Am running this week's blogging marathon with Seasonal fruits and vegetables as theme. Hence am posting an incredible dessert which i baked few days back for our Sunday lunch. Yes its Far breton tart. Far Breton is traditional Brittany region dessert, which is enjoyed after a meal when served chilled. In this tart, i followed the same recipe which i usually go for preparing Far breton but with a store bought pastry sheet to bake out a tart. If you are looking for a different dessert for your meal, dont forget to check this tart which makes everyone happy without any fail. Though i used apples in this tart, you can still prepare this tart with your favourite fruits which is easily available near you.

Far Breton Tart, Far Breton Tarte Aux Pommes

1 Puff Pastry sheet
1litre Milk
1/2cup Flour
1/2cup Sugar
2nos Apples (peeled & chopped)
2nos Eggs
pinch of Salt

Preheat the oven to 350F and grease and place the puff pastry sheet on a tart mould.

Mix the flour with the salt, the powdered sugar, the eggs and the milk and beat until everything gets well mixed.

Peel and chop the apples in small cubes and add it to the already prepared batter.

Far Breton Tart, Apple Far Breton Tart

Pour this to the already prepared pastry sheet lined on a tart mould and bake it for about 40-45 minutes.

Dont open the oven while baking.

Once the far gets well cool, arrange in fridge and let it sit for an hour.

Slice the chilled Far breton tart and enjoy.

Apple Far Breton tart



code2cook said... Reply To This Comment

wow this looks amazing. apple in tart surely will be aromatic and delicious in taste. far breton tartapple looking so mouthwatering and this slice looks perfectly baked from inside. I am planning to start working on tarts.

Harini R said... Reply To This Comment

Wow! that looks like such a beautiful piece of art, Priya. Love it.

Gayathri Kumar said... Reply To This Comment

If we have ready made puff pastry then this would be so easy to assemble. The final tart looks awesome Priya. The different textures in the cake makes it so irresistible..

Chef Mireille said... Reply To This Comment

oh wow that looks so gorgeous - perfect for a holiday dessert

Srivalli said... Reply To This Comment

That's an amazing way to use fruits in your dessert priya, looks very inviting. enjoyed all your seasonal produce!

Suma Gandlur said... Reply To This Comment

That tart looks beautiful. A great way to enjoy the fall fruits.

CookwithRenu said... Reply To This Comment

Absolutely scrumptious treat. Looks so well done. Love the beautiful colour and the tart loaded with apples.

Padmajha said... Reply To This Comment

Such a delicious looking dessert Priya and a nice way to add apples to the meal!

Priya Srinivasan - I Camp in My Kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

The final tart looks pretty priya, when apples are in season, bakes like this are a must!

RituTangri said... Reply To This Comment

Omg! That tart looks so delicious. I'm drooling over that slice of tart

preeti garg said... Reply To This Comment

This tart looks so artistic... love the whole recipe and pattern.