Cherry clafoutis is one of the French desserts that I adore. lt’s a traditional dessert from the Limousin region of France, made with cherries (or fruits that are suitable) in a thick batter. It maybe end of the season soon but I still see them in the supermarkets in abundance. That’s why I grabbed hold of them. With the sweet cherries that I bought, apart from eating them raw, the other option is best for cherry clafoutis.
You may already have tried making cherry clafoutis. The question of whether to make cherry clafoutis with pitted cherries or not, it’s entirely up to individual preferences. I don’t think I prefer to make it with pitted cherries. I personally don’t mind to cook cherries whole. I think that preserves the taste and retains the juice. However, as I mentioned, it’s entirely up to individual.
If you wish to bring a little taste of France in your home, why not try making cheery clafoutis? It’s simple to make and too delicious not to finish it quickly!