Our new Love Food collection has everything you need to get inspired in the kitchen. To celebrate, we collaborated with Swedish food blogger Rebecca Guve to bring you a delicious Apple Tart Recipe. Here’s Rebecca to tell you more.
If I were to describe myself with just a couple of words, one of them would be: NOT CREATIVE, elsewhere than in the kitchen. I love playing with food and colours, creating a fun and stylish dish. Food is like art in that way; you can create and combine so many different flavours, colours and ingredients into the most amazing meals. That’s how I came up with the idea of using sea salt, juicy apples & cinnamon and turning it in to the most delicious, crunchy and heavenly- looking äppelpaj.
7 medium sized apples (I used Swedish Alice Apples)
2 tbsp of cinnamon
1 tsp of sea salt
150 g / 2/3 cup of butter
2 tbsp light syrup
2 tbsp of maple syrup
200 ml / 1 cup heavy cream
75 g / 1/3 cup brown sugar
25 g / 3tbsp white caster sugar
150 g / plain flour
300 g / 1 1/3 cup 4 cups rolled oats
Start with heating up the oven, 150 degrees celsius.
Cut the apples into 3-5 mm thick slices and put them together with cinnamon and salt in a bowl and blend gently using your hands. Put this apple mixture in an ovenproof dish, preferably a round one, approximately 25 cm in diameter.
Melt butter in a pot. Add both of the syrups and stir in. Then add heavy cream and the sugar. Remove the pot from the stove and all purpose flour and rolled oats, and stir. This heavenly batter then goes on top of the salty- cinnamon apples. Make sure all the apples are covered.
Bake for 30 minutes in 150 degrees Celsius, and then turn the heat up to 225 degrees and bake for another 10-15 minutes. Always keep an eye on the pie so it doesn’t burn. But you want those extra minutes for that extra crispy top layer. It’s… uhm, what do you say? FREAKIN’ APPLELICIOUS.
Ps. Serve with custard &/ or vanilla bean ice- cream. That combination is something you’ll dream sweet dreams about.
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