Woodfired Raspberry Clafoutis
Woodfired Raspberry Clafoutis is a fantastic summer dessert to cook in the falling heat of your oven. Served hot with cool vanilla ice cream melting over the top, it’s a great way to end an alfresco evening with friends.
Woodfired Raspberry Clafoutis – Ingredients
400g fresh raspberries
Finely grated zest 1 orange
50g caster sugar
100g plain flour
3 free range eggs
300ml double cream
1tsp vanilla extract
A little soft butter
Woodfired Raspberry Clafoutis – Equipment
Dish for cooking the clafoutis – about 22cm wide and 4-5 cm deep
2 heat deflectors/fire guards
A few sticks of kindling
Woodfired Raspberry Clafoutis – Method
- Grease the dish all over with the softened butter.
- Put the raspberries in the base of the dish and scatter over the orange zest.
- Put the sugar and the flour in a bowl and crack in one of the eggs. Whisk the egg in and then do the same with the next 2 eggs to get a smooth paste.
- Stir in the milk, double cream and vanilla extract so you have a smooth batter.
- Pour the batter over the fruit in the dish.
- Push the embers to the sides of the oven and keep in place with the heat deflectors, one on each side.
- Put the bowl of batter on to the oven floor between the 2 beds of embers and shut the door.
- Let the clafoutis bake for 30-40 minutes until set with a slight wobble.
- If the top hasn’t browned enough, put a few more sticks of kindling on to the embers and set them on fire.
- Let the flames lick over the top of the oven to grill the pudding until it’s golden brown.
- Take the clafoutis out of the oven, dust with icing sugar and serve still hot with vanilla ice cream.
Woodfired Raspberry Clafoutis – Variations
We use the same recipe to follow the different fruits through the summer – cherries, apricots, nectarines, peaches, blackcurrants, blackberries, plums…..truly a pud for all seasons!
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Look forward to hearing how you get on and see you next week
David and Holly