The Boulonnais François Théron, at the head of the restaurant Passions à table, offers an easy to make dessert recipe for Father’s Day. This apricot gratin can be made in less than thirty minutes. Here is the step-by-step recipe.
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This recipe for fresh apricot gratin is very easy to make. You can also use the seasonal fruits of your choice (apples, currants, etc.)
2. Make the device
In a container, beat the 4 eggs, add the ingredients (caster sugar, almond powder, liquid cream, vanilla sugar). Whisk well and add the melted butter at the end.
2. Arrange the apricots in four small individual dishes
Cut per person, 1.5 apricots into 1 cm strips per dish and arrange them in the shape of flowers.
You can add a raspberry in the middle. Then, place a few spoonfuls of the mixture on the apricots.
Put in the oven at 170º for 10 minutes.
Serve the gratin warm and sprinkle lightly with icing sugar.
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