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christine leary

tarte tatin

Has anyone baked Lucy's tarte tatin and if so where did you get the frying pan recommended? The one's i've looked at are so expensive

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Yummy

Tarte Tatin Tin


"Has anyone baked Lucy's tarte tatin and if so where did you get the frying pan recommended? The one's i've looked at are so expensive "

Ikea do small non stick frying pans, which are an ideal size and really cheap. If you do your apples in this on the top of the stove and then tuck your puff pastry round and pop in the oven it will be fine....if the handle eventually comes off with the heat you can still use it, and will cost you next to nothing. only worth investing in a really good one once you know you will use it a lot. Silverwood do a good one, but as you say quite expensive.

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Welshcookie

Tarte Tatin

I have certainly had my money's worth out of my Silverwood tin over the years.

But be warned, James would counsel against the purchase as the tin can't go in the dishwasher!

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Yummy

Silverwood tins


" I have certainly had my money's worth out of my Silverwood tin over the years.

But be warned, James would counsel against the purchase as the tin can't go in the dishwasher! "


I have a couple of Silverwood tins Pork Pie tin and a Multi size square tin, and find that they only need a soak no matter what seems to be stuck on them, so if it is going to be something that is used time and again then I WOULD invest in them.

 
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