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I shall not make fruit cobbler again. This one beats any fruit cobbler. The original French recipe is called “cherry clafoutis”. I used apricots; fleshy fruit is picturesque on the plate. Depending on what fruit you have, use liquor that will compliment it. Here I used home made hazelnut liquor. Grand Marnier would also go well with peaches, apricots or with pears. It’s surprising what a punch 3 Tbsp of liquor can give to this dessert.

3 cups apricots
2 Tbsp Fruit Fresh
3 Tbsp liqueur (e.g. Grand Marnier)
4 eggs
1/2 cup sugar
3/4 cup flour
1 Tbsp vanilla
6 Tbsp whipping cream
cooking spray

• Wash the apricots, cut in half and remove the stones.
• Slice and place apricots in a bowl.
• Sprinkle with Fruit Fresh and mix it into the fruit gently.
• Pour the liqueur on the top and let it steep for 30 minutes.
• Beat the egg yolks, salt, sugar and the vanilla until thick.
• Fold in the flour and the whipping cream.
• In a separate bowl beat the eggs until stiff peaks are formed.
• Gently fold in the beaten egg whites into the yolk mixture.
• Prepare a square baking pan with cooking spray.
• Pour in the batter.
• Spread the fruit slices on the top.
• Reserve the remaining liqueur for use later.*
• Bake in 350F oven until golden on the top.
• It will cut nicely; can be served immediately.
• Sprinkle remaining liqueur on the top and serve with whipped cream.

* Don’t add the liqueur that remains in the bowl to the batter.




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