(picture released by Emile Henry)
Have you ever had a Tarte Tatin? This upside down apple tarte, where the apples are caramelized in butter and sugar before it is baked, is seriously decadent.
Emile Henry released their Tarte Tatin pan this year and since I have more apples than I know what to do with I was eager to try out this recipe and this pan.
(Do you love the red? I love it!)
This pan is so practical. Emile Henry Flame-Top dish can go on the stove top, which allows you to make the caramel right on the stove and in the oven. You can prepare the entire dish with just one pan. So, we prepared the dish.
simple recipe that comes with the pan and voila!
(This is right before we flipped it. Christian wanted me to get a picture of the pretty crust.)
Do I love the pan?
I love it!
Is it expensive?
yes, it's $120 so if you're on a student budget it's expensive.
However, I've owned my Emile Henry quiche pan for over a year and it's still in perfect condition even though I use it all the time. The thing that I love about Emile Henry products is that it doesn't scratch. It's very high quality, so much so that I can microwave it and just wash it with my other dishes and not really have to worry about it.
In keeping with FTC regulations I have to disclose that Emile Henry sent me this pan for free. However, they did not pay me for the post and the opinions expressed in this post are my own.
GIVEAWAY- I'm hosting a giveaway of this pan on The Little Foodie blog. Make sure to enter the giveaway for a chance to win.