It’s the kind of thing you make on a Sunday afternoon, when the sun shines through the kitchen windows and onto the wooden board scattered with thinly sliced apples. The smell of a pie shell twirls in the air finding our nose. This is how a rustic French apple tart should feel like.
By Blandine Wilcox
I thought I would share a recipe for French apple tart. I’m feeling a bit nostalgic as I write these words as this is a pudding that brings back childhood memories. When I grew up, apple tart used to be the classic Sunday dessert that my Gran would make and bring for us to enjoy together. The only time of year when we’d have something different was as soon as rhubarb was in season. I already featured her rhubarb tart recipe on Food Moods many moons ago, and it is still available if you’d like to check it out. For this apple tart, try this gluten-free version. I have opted for not sweetening the tart much at all, and in my opinion this allows the fruit flavours to shine. Simple home-cooked food, to share and create memories…
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