Friday, May 3, 2013

Apple Tarte

 In my parents back yard is a small and very old apple tree. After many taste tests we have all concluded that it must be a golden delicious. The apple are always very small but extremely tasty. Often containing a worm or two, but with careful slicing they have been enjoyed raw or in baked dishes. Currently feeling worn out on apply pie I decided to try an apple based dessert with a little more excitement and flavor profile. I remembered this pear rosemary phyllo dough dessert I had on my 21st birthday at a wine pairing I went to with my friend. I remember it being simple, only a handful of ingredients and light but full of delicious flavor.
 Ingredients: Fresh apples, rosemary and local honey, cinnamon, nutmeg and philo dough.
Directions: slice apples thinly removing seeds and clean fresh rosemary and remove it from stem. Layer ingrediens on large baking sheet, phyllo dough, apples, rosemary, honey, spices, repeat!
 Once all ingredients have been layered stick it in the oven at 325 and bake until top is golden brown and crispy and apple begin to shrivel.
Slice into large squares and serve. Enjoy with sweet dessert wine, homemade whipped cream or tea!

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