Tart Tatin with Orange Crème Fraîche Print

Tart Tatin

Serves 6


200g puff pastry, rolled to a circle the size of the pan
8 granny smith eating apples
juice 1 lemon 
75g caster sugar
50g butter, cubed

Orange Creme Fraiche
4 tbsp creme fraiche  
125g icing sugar
 zest of 1 orange
1 tbsp orange juice 

Preheat oven to 190°C


Tart Tatin

  1. Peel and core the apples, cut them in half.  Toss them lightly in lemon juice (to prevent them discolouring).
  2. Add the sugar to the pan and over a medium heat let it slowly caramelize, moving the pan from time to time to stop the sugar from burning (which can happen very quickly, so exercise caution when working with hot sugar).  Once the sugar goes a golden brown colour, remove it from the heat and add butter in small dice.
  3. Carefully place the halved apples around in a circle until compact to the centre, then place the puff pastry over the top neatly tucking it in around the edges.  Put the tart in the oven immediately for 25 mins at 190°C.
  4. Take out and leave to rest for 5 mins, then place a large plate over the top of the pan and being careful that no hot liquid spills onto your hands, invert the pan, turning the pan upside down so that the pastry is now the base of the tart sitting on the plate.  Slowly lift the pan away from the plate.
  5. To make the Orange Creme Fraiche, whisk together all the ingredients for the orange creme fraiche and serve with Tarte Tatin.

Safety Note: Always take great care when dealing with hot liquid sugar and never leave it unattended.  When you are turning the tarte tatin upside down onto the serving dish, exercise extreme caution that the hot liquid doesn’t leak out onto your arm. 

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