This is Cherries Time! I've already been preparing three clafoutis since the beginning of the season. With a dash of Kirsch, almond extract, pieces of marzipan and so on, anyone can have fun around the base of this dessert.
You can even use other fruits, but it's true that cherries are too good to leave behind. It is a great dessert for lunch or dinner, not too sweet and bursting with juicy fruits. Anyone can make such a dessert, so enjoy it!
Recipe for 8 servings:
1 pinch salt
120g sugar + 30g
1 dash of kirsch or almond extract
Preheat oven to 180 ° C.
Remove stems and pit the cherries.
In a skillet or wok, place the cherries with 30g sugar and kirsch or extract. Melt the sugar over medium heat and simmer 5 minutes.
In a bowl, beat the eggs with salt and add sugar. Whisk until frothy. Add sifted flour slowly and whisk to avoid lumps.
Once the dough is very smooth, slowly add milk while continuing to stir.
Butter an ovenproof dish and pour the cherries and distribute them across the entire surface. Pour batter over the fruits and bake about 40 minutes. A knife should come out clean or slightly wet so the clafoutis melts in your mouth.
Serve warm, sprinkled with a little sugar is even better.
Detail from Petite mangeuse de cerises (A young girl eating cherries), by Auguste Boulard (1825-1897). I'm afraid I haven't much to say about this French painter. I needed a nice painting with cherries and didn't feel like still life. I thought this one fit well.