Grape Clafoutis, a delicious and light French dessert. Clafouti is a French country dessert, something bewteen a custard and a cake, with fruit thrown in. The recipe is easy and flexible – throw in any fruit you like, and serve the clafouti warm or at room temperature.
200 Grams Fresh Grapes
1/3 Cup Gulab Jamun Mix
2 Tablespoons Ground almonds
2 Tablespoons Condense Milk
3 -4 Tablespoons Milk
1/2 Tablespoon Sugar powder
1/4 Teaspoon cinnamon powder
Preheat the oven at 150 degrees.
Take a fluted flan or pie dish and lightly butter the inside surface. Take the stalks off the grapes and place the grapes in the dish. Pack them in quite tightly. Sprinkle the sugar powder over it and keep this aside.
In a mixing bowl add the gulab jamun mix, ground almonds, condense milk, cinnamon powder, mix well. Add milk a tablespoon at a time and lightly beat with a whisk to mix well to make this a pouring consistency.
Pour this batter over the grapes and put into the oven. Cook for 25-30 minutes until the mixture sets and the top turns a golden colour and it starts leaving the sides.
Take from the oven, allow to cool a little, and serve with whipped cream.
Served straight from the oven with whipped cream, a clafoutis is like a fruit flan without the pastry crust. This is easy to prepare and makes for healthy eating.
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