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“Un rendez-vous tropical”

Mango and coconut flognarde.

Serves 6-8:

80 g sugar
60 g flour
15 g butter
250 ml coconut milk
3 eggs
400 g mango, diced
Icing sugar to sprinkle

Pre-heat the oven to 180º C.
Grease with melted butter a pie pan (22 cms diameter).
Put the mango on the pan.
Combine flour and sugar while adding the coconut milk and melted butter and the whisked eggs, stirring until mixture is uniform.
Pour the batter over the mango.
Bake for 45 minutes.

Serve warm and sprinkled with icing sugar.

Flognarde is a variation of the typical french clafoutis.

The difference is on the kind of fruit used:
- The clafoutis is made exclusively with cherries;
- The flognard is made with any other kind of fruit.

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10 Responses to ““Un rendez-vous tropical””

  1. Tenina em 23 August, 2008

    WOW, I thought they were all ‘clafoutis’, so thanks for clearing that up…’flognarde’ here I come! Yours looks beautiful!

  2. Anonymous em 23 August, 2008

    I’m going to make this soon. Looks great and almost too simple!! Thanks for posting

  3. Alexa em 24 August, 2008

    What an interesting dessert and so simple too. I have all the ingredients at home. I’ll try it today. Thank you for another fabulous post!

  4. Leonor de Sousa Bastos em 24 August, 2008

    if you try it please send me a picture!!!… :)

  5. Alejandra em 24 August, 2008

    Oooh! I love the word flognarde! Thanks for the lesson (and beautiful recipe)

  6. [eatingclub] vancouver || js em 1 September, 2008

    You make the most beautiful things. Love the food, love the pictures!

  7. Fiona em 12 December, 2008

    You came to my rescue today. I needed a dessert for a party, and I have no proper milk in the house.

    It’s in the oven *right now* after all of 20 minutes of work. Thank you so much.

  8. Mango and Coconut Flognarde | Sunday Nite Dinner em 30 March, 2009

    [...] with DB pasta. Instead, we present to you a mango and coconut flognarde that Hungry Bear saw on flagrantedelicia. We always enjoy looking at the beautiful photography and desserts on Leonor’s [...]

  9. Mariana em 2 April, 2009

    What about the eggs? I see eggs in the ingredients, but I don’t see them in the recipe.

  10. Mango and Coconut Flognarde | kuchnia.wpblog.pl em 30 July, 2009

    [...] with DB pasta. Instead, we present to you a mango and coconut flognarde that Hungry Bear saw on flagrantedelicia. We always enjoy looking at the beautiful photography and desserts on Leonor’s [...]

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