Monday, April 9, 2012
Fast and Easy Apple Tart
After few weeks without a post, this new one comes also with an entirely new design for the blog. I hope you like it! The title picture is entirely home-made, and I actually had a lot of fun doing it. So what happened during those weeks without me posting? Well, I went to Spain for 2 weeks with my uni for an intensive program in destination analysis (part of my hospitality management bachelor degree), and then I got sick and my computer had problems at the same time. But now I'm back on my feet and so is my computer! So for that new post, I'll share with you a fast and easy recipe of apple tart. I made that up once when I wanted some apple tart but didn't have much time to bake
everything from the scratch.
- 1 ready-to-use shortcrust pastry
- 1 pack of cream or vanilla pudding (follow the instructions on the pack to prepare it. You'll just need to add milk and sugar)
- 4/5 apples
Peel and cut the apples in quarters.
Put the ready-to-use in a pie dish, and put very small holes in it with a fork, so that the pastry doesn't rise when in the oven.
Put the apple quarters on the pastry.
Put in the oven: first during 15 minutes at 220 degrees celcius, then during 25 minutes at 200 degrees celcius.
Take the tart out of the oven and pour the pudding on the apple.
Let it cool down and put it in the fridge until the pudding has gotten thick (when it's cold or almost cold, it should be perfect). But of course if you can't wait, you can also eat it lukewarm, then the pudding will be still a little bit liquid, but it won't matter!
Published by Aurelie Krahl