French Huguenot Torte

★★★★★ 1 Review
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By Francine ---
from Raleigh, NC

The most amazing dessert I ever made. Very easy to make and yet incredibly delicious with the most fascinating, crustiest, crispiest and like meringue. The inside is a gooey, sticky, delicious and with a buttery caramel favor. An apple dessert that will linger in your spirit and leave in your memory the best ever yet found rustic "FRENCH PATISSERIE" This dessert is mainly and surprisingly found in Charleston, South Carolina. In the eighteenth century the French HUGUENOTS Protestant came to settle in Charleston. It is also believed that the torte was also called Ozark Pudding.

serves 4-6
prep time 10 Min
cook time 50 Min

Ingredients

  • 2 lg
    eggs
  • 11/3 c
    sugar
  • 4 Tbsp
    flour
  • 3 tsp
    baking powder
  • 1/4 tsp
    salt
  • 1 md
    regualr baking apple
  • 11/4 tsp
    pure vanilla extract ,not imitation
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How To Make

  • 1
    Preheat the oven at 325 degrees. Grease a dish of about 2 quart. In a large bowl beat eggs until frothy. Add the sugar, baking powder, salt, apple, vanilla and flour and stirring to combine each ingredients.
  • 2
    Pour the batter into the greased baking dish and bake for about 45 to 55 minutes. Check the top of the top of the torte until it get crusty. Let it cool for about 15 minutes.
  • 3
    I really enjoy to garnish this rare not found and known torte but just by the connoisseur of the French Connection of Charleston South Carolina with 1 cup whipped cream that of course I would whip but what I do is that I add 1/3 cup of sour cream 1/3 cup of powdered sugar and whip until soft peaks.
  • 4
    Do not worry when you will cut it's portions. They without a doubt will be lumpen and missahapen with much shards of crust but it is the authenticity of this FRENCH SPOONFUL OF OOZE.. PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE TO GIVE ME COMMENTS OF THIS UNIQUE RARELY FOUND KNOWN RENOWN ESQUISITE YET DELECTABLE RARE DELICATE FRENCH SWEET SOFT SMOOTH TORTE!

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