Tarte Tatin with apples and candied grapefruit peel Matcha tea chantilly

Difficulty Easy
Preparation 30 minutes
Cooking 30 minutes



4 people
Equipment: | One Le Creuset tatin mould of 25 cm in diameter| One pastry bag and fluted tip |Ingredients: | One lemon | Puff pastry | 6-8 Chantecler apples | 20 g organic tea with citrus fruits and spices | 100 g granulated sugar | 50 g soft butter | 60 g muscovado sugar | 150 g of candied grapefuit peel | 1 packet of raspberry biscuits | 20 cl full cream | 20 g icing sugar | 1 teaspoon of matcha tea
    LA GRANDE EPICERIE DE PARIS - Recette Pommes Pamplemousse Chantilly Matcha
    • 1
      The night before, peel the apples, cut them into quarters and add lemon. Infuse the tea for 4 minutes in 25 cl of water, then add 100 g of sugar. Immerse the apple quarters in the infusion and leave to marinate overnight.
    • 2
      The next day, caramelise the muscovado sugar in a tatin mould. Removed from the heat, add the previously diced butter. Drain the apple wedges and place them in the mould, adding some candied grapefruit peel.
    • 3
      Cook in the oven at 175 degrees until the apples are cooked, then leave to cool.
    • 4
      Cut out a dough disc the size of the tatin mould. Bake on a baking sheet for a few minutes, keeping an eye on it, then leave to cool.
    • 5
      Using a whisk, whip up the cold cream. Add the icing sugar and the matcha tea. Pour the mixture into a bag with the tip and then refrigerate.
    • 6
      Place the cooked dough on the apples and warm up the mould slightly so that the filling of the tarte tatin can be removed more easily.
    • 7
      Before serving, draw a rosette of whipped cream and decorate with some raspberry biscuits.

    Products :

    Muscovado sugar

    Terre Exotique
    4 €4.00
    For 80 g (50,00 € / kg)

    Organic citrus and spice tea – 20 muslin teabags

    La Grande Épicerie de Paris
    10 €10.00
    For 40 g (250,00 € / kg)

    Raspberry shortbread biscuits

    La Grande Épicerie de Paris
    5.7 €5.70
    For 120 g (47,50 € / kg)

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