MasterChef Semi-Finalist and longtime avid cook, Emelia Jackson adds a seasonal touch to the traditional Apple Tarte Tatin.
Legend has it that the beloved dessert, Tarte Tatin originated in the kitchen of the Tatin Sisters who operated a hotel in the French town of Lamotte-Beuvron. While making a pie for guests, one sister mistakenly placed the prepared apples in the dish first. She decided to lay the pastry crust on top, and turn it out after it had finished baking. The result was unusual, but delicious. A tatin is extremely versatile piece of cooking equipment. It is ideal for baking pastry tarts, quiches and pies because there is no need to blind-bake pastry first before adding the filling.
Having dessert doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re giving in to unhealthy choices. With a little creativity and out-of-the-box thinking, you can come up with the most delicious, satisfying and addictive cold treats that are perfect for all seasons. Feel free to tweak the choice of fruits and ingredients as you please – remember that experimentation is encouraged.
We already did a classic pavlova recipe post in the past, but it’s good to switch things up every now and then. After all, the goodness of a well done pav isn’t just significant during Christmas time. So, to indulge in our chocolatier and more decadent cravings, we’re doing a variation here. Stick around to learn how to make your own chocolate and raspberry pavlova in just over an hour.