Sweet Sunday!: Raspberry Almond tart

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Hi everyone!

This is my best friend’s favorite tart. Every time I come home she begs me to do one for her. I’ve actually never shared the recipe before. It’s so good I think it’s worth sharing as everyone should taste it’s amazingness! It’s quite a long process to make it, too many breaks in my opinion, but then I can eat dough in the meantime!

So if you like fruit tarts, try this one out. It has an almond cream that bakes in the oven so you can pretty much add any fruits on top at the end.

Recipe:

Ingredients:

Dough: 200g of flour

80g of sugar

120g of butter

1 tsp of salt

1 vanilla pod

1 egg

Cream: 150g of ground almond

80g of sugar

50g of butter

2 eggs

Instructions:

In a bowl, mix flour, sugar and butter together. Add the grains of the vanilla pod, the salt and the egg. Don’t over mix. Form the dough into a round and cover with cling film. Leave for 30 minutes.

Turn on your oven on 160ºC.

Roll the dough into a buttered tart form. Cover with baking paper and leave in the fridge for 15 minutes.

Put in the oven for approx. 15 minutes until the tart look lightly baked through. (I add stone beans on top of the baking paper so that the tart doesn’t move with the heat but it’s not necessary).

In the meantime, prepare the almond cream by mixing all the ingredients in a bowl.

Take the tart out of the oven and pour your cream on top. Set in the oven for approx. 15 minutes until the cream is golden.

Leave to cool and add you fruits on top.

Let me know if you try out the recipe, tag me on Instagram or in your blog, or leave a comment with the link down here.

Love, Jen xx

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