A traditional Tarte Tatin recreated in the form of a tartlet
Legend has it that the Tarte Tatin is the result of a happy culinary clumsiness and culinary clumsiness. It was created by the Tatin sisters, who by pure chance, baked an apple tart upside down!
This overturned apple tart would have been so delicious, it would have become a dessert emblematic dessert of unpredicted success.
In reality, it was nothing of the sort. This legend was invented by a food critic who saw fit to delude generations of people with this whimsical tale.
With its melt-in-the-mouth texture, lashings of caramel sauce and abundance of apples, our tart is set apart by its generous filling.
It is made up of all butter shortcrust pastry and caramelised fresh apple pieces in a caramel sauce.
Free from preservatives, artificial flavours or colourings, our tartlet, with its incredibly delicious recipe, will appeal to all your guests!
How to prepare
IN THE OVEN
Put the tartlet in the oven at 150°C for 15 minutes.
Once heated, remove it from the oven and turn it upside down onto a serving dish , careful as the caramel shall be hot.