If you’re the type who prefers fruit desserts that are heavy on the fruit, this apple tart’s for you. Halved apples (that’s right, no slicing or dicing) are roasted with brandy and maple syrup, then arranged on a pastry base with almond streusel to add crunch and absorb any rogue juices. What you get is kind of like apple pie—if it were 70 percent fruit with the flakiest crust imaginable. Firm tart apples hold their shape even when cooked twice. You can make the dough and roast the apples up to 2 days ahead.
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