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FRENCH BOX of 1 Familial Apple Tart

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This classic French apple tart (tarte aux pommes) begins with a pre-baked sweet pastry crust which has a wonderfully crisp texture and a sweet buttery flavor. Next, comes a layer of light apple compote that is topped with artfully arranged apples slices. 6 to 8 servings.
It can be eaten cold, but if you prefer it warm, we strongly suggest not to use the microwave. Place the tart for 10 minutes in your oven at 180°F and you will have one of Café Noir’s Best Sellers on your table to share with family and friends.
We recommend to eat it on the day of delivery, but you can also enjoy it the day after. You should keep it in your refrigerator.
Recipes for Dutch apple pie go back to the Middle Ages. An early Dutch cookbook from 1514, Een notabel boecxken van cokeryen ("A notable little cookery book"), documents a recipe for Appeltaerten (compare modern Dutch Appeltaarten "apple pies"). This early recipe was a simple one, requiring only a standard pie crust, slices of especially soft apples with their skin and seeds removed, and den selven deeghe daer die taerte af ghemaect es (roughly meaning "the same dough that the pie [crust] is made of") to fill in the top. It was then baked in a typical Dutch oven. Once baked, the top crust (except at the edges) would be cut out from the middle, after which the apple slices were potentially put through a sieve before the pie was stirred with a wooden spoon. At this point the book recommends adding several spices to the pie, namely: cardamom, ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, mace and powdered sugar. Finally, after mixing the ingredients into the pie with cream, it is once again put into the oven to dry. Source: Wikipedia