Plum Clafoutis

Fall

The Swedish part of us (Tora), had no clue what a Clafoutis was the first time miss Super Swissy (Maé) mentioned it. Maybe it's a lack of "cooking culture", or maybe, it's just not that weird not to know what it is since the word itself is kind of weird. Either way, it's a rather pleasant taste experience and it's also easy to make! You can say that it's a sweet pancake/omelette-ish merge. A CLAFOUTIS quoi!

1 big pancake/omelette-ish
45 minutes

• 3 eggs

• 120 g  spelt flour (any other flour works too)

• 7 big beautiful prunes (as many as you want really)

• Cinnamon & other suitable spices (add a little ground coffee it add a great zest, secret ingredient there you go ;) )

• 2 tablespoons of olive oil

• 1/2 glass of water (regular glass)

• 1 teaspoon baking powder

• 1 tablespoon of honey[

Turn on the oven on 180 degrees (if you want to bake it in the oven, otherwise you can also cook in on the stove). Crack the eggs (not smash them hein, you don't want to have the shells in your teeth) and whip them until they're fluffy. Then add the flour and the baking powder to the mix and whip it all together fiercely until it's smooth. When you've added all the flour, put the water, honey and spices in too. The texture should be like when you make a proper cake or thick pancakes (so not runny as for crêpes!). Then put in a cake mould or a big casserole and add the prunes with style ;) . If you choose to us the oven then let it bake for 25-30 minutes. Otherwise, fry it in a pan until it's firm and golden. VOILÀ, enjoy!!

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