Clafoutis With Seasonal Fruit

 
Clafoutis with seasonal fruit

“This recipe originally comes from the Corrèze region. I have adapted it to use seasonal garden fruit. It has become my children’s favourite dessert!” (Mrs Clément, le Clos du Peintre)

Ingredients for 4 people

125 g sugar

250 ml milk
40 g plain flour
1 egg
1 teaspoon vanilla caster sugar
1 pinch salt
4 apples, peeled, cored and diced (or other seasonal fruits)

Method

Crack the egg into a bowl and beat well

Add the sugar and beat until the mixture turns pale
Add the flour, salt and milk
Add the apples or other seasonal fruit
Butter a gratin dish and pour in the mixture
Bake in a hot oven for 30 minutes

A recipe from
Le Clos du Peintre

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