This upside down tart is commonly made with apples but other fruits also work well - such as pears, plums, nectarines or peaches. It’s very easy to make, but you need to have the courage to let the nectarines caramelise, so let them cook slowly for enough time so that their juices blend with the butter and sugar. You will also need a bit of courage to flip the tart over. You will need a 20cm (8 inch) frying pan that has an ovenproof handle.
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Over the weekend I have been baking with some of Aldi's Specialbuys products that have been on sale this weekend. Today I made a yummy raspberry cake! I made my cake using this Christmas Cake recipe, substituting the ingredient I did not have in.
Today I have a guest recipe post from Bonne Maman, 30 Best Loved Recipes’ Hachette Book. Some very yummy looking coconut bites. How sweet are the jam jars too? I could think of lots of things to use them for...