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Tarte tatin


a French dessert of caramelized upside-down apple tart

Serve tarte Tatin lukewarm with vanilla ice cream, heavy cream or whipped cream.
Word Origin

c. 1931, created by the Tatin sisters, hoteliers of Loir de Cher, France
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