Tart recipes

Tarted up

Tarted up

The word ‘tart’ comes to mind. Roast red pepper, spinach and goats cheese tart.  Roll it out so it’s larger than your tart tin – you want it to line the base, sides and have extra hanging over the sides that you can cut off
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Lemon tarts

Lemon tarts

There are a good deal of recipes out there for lemon tart,or 'tarte au citron' if you prefer. The last time, I decided to make mini individual tarts,though I admit that was a while ago now
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Rhubarb Tart… but with a twist

Rhubarb Tart… but with a twist

Rhubarb Tart with Coconut Pastry. It’s not so much that the tart is different…. Grease a dinner plate (this amount of pastry – makes enough for a tart made on any dinner plate) Divid your pastry in two and roll out, thinly, in two pieces
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Tarte Au Citron – Lemon Tart

Tarte Au Citron – Lemon Tart

Whatever you do, DO NOT lift the tart tin off the baking tray to try to get a better cutting angle, you will push the loose base up, along with the barely set pastry case – panic and maybe say a few words you regret later, before pulling yourself together and somehow rescuing the situation
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Bakewell Tart

Bakewell Tart

And, sadly, the more I heard these words, the more I started to believe them to the point that when our eldest son was born, we resigned ourselves to the idea that family and travel don’t mix
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Butterscotch Tart

Butterscotch Tart

I only think of one thing… butterscotch tart. I honestly thought it was lost forever & that I would never again taste the amazingness that is butterscotch tart
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Gypsy tart...

Gypsy tart...

I've heard so much about Gypsy tart and wanted to try it for a long time. "A gypsy tart is a type of pie made with evaporated milk, muscovado sugar (though some varieties include light brown sugar), and pie crust
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Gypsy Tart

Gypsy Tart

This Gypsy Tart is an old English traditional recipe. Have you ever heard of a Gypsy Tart. I’m guessing most answers will be a no because the Gypsy Tart originates from Kent, England
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