In the winter, the whole world seems to have slowed down. Why not have a French dessert show with your friends in the kitchen and spend the warm time of a French afternoon tea together? Clafoutis (Crawford), a traditional dessert from the central region of Limousin in central France. The most classic is black cherries. Of course, other fruits such as blackberries, apples, peaches, plums or pears can be added to the egg-milk batter. Baked, similar to the taste of the pudding, if you like, mix with some Whipped Cream when eating, a touch of sweet warmth comes naturally.
Sift the flour, add sugar, slowly pour the milk, and mix well.
The butter melts in water and the liquid is ready for use.
Add in vanilla extract, pour in the butter, stir well, and serve batter.
Pears are washed and peeled and sliced for later use.
6-inch cake mold (preferably with a live bottom mold, which is easier to demould). Apply grease to the inside. Pour some batter into the mold, place the layers on the pear slices, pour the remaining batter again, and sprinkle the almond slices. .
The oven is preheated to 180 degrees. The top of the mold is covered with a layer of tin foil to prevent the color from being too dark. Bake for 40 minutes, remove the tin foil and bake for 10-15 minutes. After a little cool, release the mold and you're done.