And guess which one was the star of the show?
It was this Alsatian Apple Tart!
Dorie's Alsatian Apple Tart begins with he perfect Sweet Tart Dough crust. It's tender, a bit crumbly and tastes just like a great butter or sugar cookie. Then you slice granny smith apples in to eighths and place onto your tart. After that you pour a homemade custard over the apples and bake to a pure state of deliciousness.
Everyone in my family loved this tart. In fact a few of my family members got a bit stingy about it, saying that it shouldn't be served to the kids because "They wouldn't appreciate it!" I was laughing my head off. I was so happy to try this new apple tart for Thanksgiving. Next year, I'll happily leave room on the dessert table for the Alsatian Apple Tart!
You can find the recipe on Jessica's blog. Alsatian Apple Tart was originally posted on two weeks ago on November 15, 2011. (I was saving it for Thanksgiving.)Be sure to see how the other Tuesdays with Dorie baker's liked it, here.
Wondering what all this Tuesdays with Dorie stuff is? Read this post. This month the group is posting two recipes each Tuesday to make sure we finish the cookbook before the end of the year. I'm taking it a bit further and posting two posts per day to catch up on all my make-up baking adventures. Wish me luck.