A tarte tatin is an upside down tart, traditionally made with apples. It is named after two French sisters who created the dish in the Loire valley of France. My version is made with pecans and pears; however, apples can be substituted if desired. Tarte Tatin is at its best when it comes directly from the oven, as the crust tends to get soggy from the caramel sauce.
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