December 1, 2021
Simple yet satisfying, these tarts pop with colour and flavour and will be a fore-ever-go-to have in your baking arsenal for summer gatherings. Make the pastry bases ahead of time and then store in the freezer. Then when ready to use, simply add your toppings & bake. You'll get crispier, puffier pastry and who doesn't love that?
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1Stack semi defrosted puff pastry sheets on top of each other and roll out flat between 2 pieces of baking paper
2Take your large glass and place on pastry and cut-out 4 discs -your tart bases. Re-roll the excess pastry again to yield another 2 tart bases
3To create the border, take the smaller glass and press it into the bases, creating a ring around the edge of the discs, this will create a puffy boarder for your tarts. Next pierce the base of your tarts with a fork to release steam during cooking
4In a bowl toss goat’s cheese with herbs, then a splash of balsamic glaze.
5Add a teaspoon of the herb/goat’s cheese mixture onto the base of the tarts then top with zucchini slices, tomatoes & halved olives
6Finish with small dollops of Nuttelex (refer to picture) with a grind of fresh pepper. Then brush pastry edges with beaten egg yolk. Bake in a pre-heated 180C fan forced for 15-20 minutes
7Serve topped with baby rocket or micro greens