I love apple tarts, it’s one of those things I always have whenever I go to a French-style patisserie.
This rustic apple tart recipe by master chef Jacques Pepin yields THE BEST apple tarts I have ever tasted, and I am not even bluffing you.
The recipe is sourced from Food and Wine and the editors are right. The pie crust is absolute perfection, producing the flakiest, easiest, buttery and the best pie crust ever! This is a fool-proof, fail-safe recipe that is very straight-forward and simple, and novice baker can master this apple tart in one attempt. Really!
Another thing we love most about the rustic apple tart is that it’s not too sweet; you can really taste the natural sweetness of the apples. The apricot preserves complete as a glaze on top of the sliced apple. Every bite is pure enjoyment.
This upcoming Thanksgiving, changes things up and bake a few of these apple tarts. They can be made ahead and reheat in the oven before serving. I can assure you that everyone would be very thankful for your apple tarts. Enjoy!
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