An apple tart with flair—and a thin and flaky crust sturdy enough to support tender slices of caramelized apple.
A tart should be easier to prepare than the typical double-crust American pie. But developing a flaky crust sturdy enough to support the fruit is a bit tricky. And getting the apples to caramelize by ...
Getting a flaky crust and caramelized apples can make this simple French tart not so simple. We wanted both-every time.
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