Clafouti refers to a traditional French dessert from the Limousin region.

It is made by covering a layer of fruit in a dish with a batter and then baked until golden brown. The finished dessert may be either cake-or pudding-like. It must be served hot. Many other fruits or berries can be used to make this dessert, but black cherries are the traditional fruit of choice.

It is served warm with cream and sprinkled with sugar on top.

Once in a while, when i find a recipe and I see that it is easy to make, I also experiment in my kitchen and cook. Here are the pictures of my experiment - my very own version of Clafouti.

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