Cherry Clafoutis

Cherry Clafoutis

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Clafoutis (pronounced "kla-foo-TEE") is a rustic French dessert originally from Limousin, in southern France. This region is best known for its sweet black cherries, which, left whole and unpitted, are traditionally baked in a sweet custard filling. Purists insist the pits help to perfume the dish with an appetizing scent, but you can use pitted fruit if you prefer. Preparation is fast and easy, so the dessert is a perfect choice for impromptu gatherings.