Tarte Grand Mère
[Granny's apple tart from France]
Doesn't this look abosolutely irresistible? This is a dessert that we got in a patisserie in Paris before boarding the TGV train to Valence during the Easter/Semana Santa holidays. I can't remember the name of the place but it was at the corner of Boulevard St Germain and Rue de Bièvre near
What a treat! I have no idea how they were able to make such a thin and tasty pastry crust. Love the layout of the quartered apples. i found a recipe online, and it's in French. I did not decipher it but if you're interested, I'm sure you can find an excuse to use your French dictionary :) The recipe looks easy enough but I doubt I can recreate such a delightful dessert tart. To be honest, I have yet to hone my pâte à tarte skills. Knowing that a good pastry is the deal-maker, I've been somewhat fearful of this Baking 101 basic. Any brave foodies out there daring to take up the challenge?
[ Tarte Grand Mère ]
Pâte à tarte
Composition pour tartes au sucre
-Faire une pâte à tartes, peser 180 gr.
-Abaisser, mettre en platine, remonter les bords.
-Piquer le fond, étendre une fine couche de crème pâtissière.
-Mettre une couche de cassonade.
-Déposer des rondelles de pommes épluchées et évidées.
-Verser de la composition à tartes au sucre, cuisson.