The classic Tarte Tatin is an upside down caramelised apple tart which was accidentally created by Stéphanie Tatin, who served the “mistake” to her guests at her hotel and a signature dish was born!
This recipe combines 2 popular variations of the classic: Firstly, it uses savoury tomatoes and secondly it is made into bite size canapés instead of a whole tart.
The basic recipe requires nothing but a sprig of fresh thyme and can be served as a canapé, alongside a roast chicken for dinner or instead of a salad for a braai (just use a bigger muffin pan)
Here, I have transformed these little gems once again with the addition of parmesan cheese and Kloovenberg olive jam. They are absurdly easy to make and can also be topped with some torn buffalo mozzarella or crumbled feta cheese.