Find recipes for the classic French cherry clafoutis, as well as variations like plum clafoutis and savoury tomato clafoutis. The possibilities are endless with this quick and easy French dish!
A quick and classic cherry clafoutis, made the authentic French way with the stones still tin the cherries. Should you wish to avoid the stones when enjoying this gorgeously simple dessert, you can remove them prior to baking.
My take on the traditional dessert - it fills the house with a gorgeous aroma of plums, lemon and vanilla. Use ripe plums or damsons when they're in season from end August through October.
This is a classic French dessert, which is fruity and delicious. It's a great way of making use of cherries when in-season. Serve with a dusting of icing sugar, if desired.
This clafoutis recipe comes from a part of France called Limousin and this is one of my childhood memories.... My mother often made it and this is so easy to do that I can not resist the temptation to offer you a slice and give you some essential tips. A clafoutis should not be chalky or thick or rubbery. I love a clafoutis with fruits such as apricots (photo), morello cherries or damsons, or even Granny Smith apples.
Clafoutis is a French batter pudding traditionally baked with orchard fruits. This scrumptious low-fat version combines apples with juicy sultanas.