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Tarte Aux Pommes Fossiles (Read 437 times)
 
Aug 3rd, 2018 at 10:02pm

Saltbush Bill   Offline
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Don't ask me how to pronounce that , I have no idea.
I knocked one of these up at the Alstonville Cog and told a few people that I would put the recipe on the forum.
Ingredients
6 x apples
4 eggs
300 ml milk
80 grams corn or plain flour.
50 grams melted butter
60 grams sugar.
The original recipe is sprinkled with sugar before cooking....I used a mix of cinnamon and nutmeg on mine.
The film clip in the link below will show you the method.
https://www.chefclub.tv/fr/recettes/original/8f51f1eb-617e-4c88-bf8f-64a11c87899...
Mine looked like this when done.

 

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Reply #1 - Aug 4th, 2018 at 7:26am

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Looked and tasted so good.
 

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Reply #2 - Aug 4th, 2018 at 7:36am

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I should have stayed for the weekend

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Reply #3 - Aug 4th, 2018 at 7:50am

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The name is French and it translates in English to Fossil Apple Pie.

Not sure why it is termed fossil though.

It was very nice.
 

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Reply #4 - Aug 4th, 2018 at 8:36am

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I like the look of this. Probably will knock one up today. Might add some coconut.

Might even do a potato version with a cheesy sauce  Tongue
 

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I wanted a quick dessert last night so did something similar using custard powder and cooking inside.

Wanted to see how it works with puff pastry and was happy with the results.

Ate mine warm, but like the chilled version this morning even better.
 

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Reply #6 - Nov 6th, 2018 at 9:19pm

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Derek wrote on Aug 4th, 2018 at 7:50am:
The name is French and it translates in English to Fossil Apple Pie.

Not sure why it is termed fossil though.

It might be a certain type of apples that only the French have... I've looked it up, but the only types I could find were these:

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