Father’s Day: a simple dessert idea proposed by a chef from Boulogne

The Boulonnais François Théron, opposite the Passions à table restaurant, 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 recipe step by step.



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This fresh apricot gratin recipe is very easy to make. You can also use the seasonal fruits you prefer (apples, currants, etc.)


2. Make the device

1. Prepare a mixture based on eggs and almond powder.  Photo SEBASTIEN JARRY THE VOICE OF THE NORTH.
1. Prepare a mixture based on eggs and almond powder. Photo SEBASTIEN JARRY THE VOICE OF THE NORTH. – VDNPQR

In a bowl, beat the 4 eggs, add the ingredients (icing sugar, almond powder, liquid cream, vanilla sugar). Beat well and add the melted butter last.

2. Arrange the apricots on four small individual plates

2. Arrange the apricots in thin strips, like a flower.  Photo SEBASTIEN JARRY THE VOICE OF THE NORTH.
2. Arrange the apricots in thin strips, like a flower. Photo SEBASTIEN JARRY THE VOICE OF THE NORTH. – VDNPQR

Cut 1.5 apricots per person into 1 cm strips per plate and arrange them in the shape of flowers.

3. Pour the mixture over the fresh apricots.  Photo SEBASTIEN JARRY THE VOICE OF THE NORTH.
3. Pour the mixture over the fresh apricots. Photo SEBASTIEN JARRY THE VOICE OF THE NORTH. – VDNPQR

You can add a raspberry in the middle. Then spoon a few tablespoons of the mixture over the apricots.

3. Cook

4. Put the dessert in the oven for 10 minutes.  Photo SEBASTIEN JARRY THE VOICE OF THE NORTH.
4. Put the dessert in the oven for 10 minutes. Photo SEBASTIEN JARRY THE VOICE OF THE NORTH. – VDNPQR

We put in the oven at 170º for 10 minutes.

4. Training

Just before serving, sprinkle with icing sugar.  Photo SEBASTIEN JARRY THE VOICE OF THE NORTH.
Just before serving, sprinkle with icing sugar. Photo SEBASTIEN JARRY THE VOICE OF THE NORTH. – VDNPQR

Serve the gratin warm and lightly dust with icing sugar.






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