CREAM TART

CREAM TART RECIPE
  • Dessert
  • 8 Servings
  • 1Spicy
  • 30 MinutesCook Time
  • Cuisine : American
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Fresh cream tart ready to be in few minutes to add a homemade tasty desert flavour to your day.


Ingredients

1 cup of Flour (Maida)
½ cup of Butter (unsalted)
½ tbsp of Castor Sugar (powdered
 sugar)
¼ tsp of Baking Powder
Pinch of salt
3-4 tbsp of Ice Cold Water
Beaten fresh Cream or Vanilla Ice Cream (for filling)
Glazed Cherries to Garnish
 

Cookwares

prestige OTG Prestige OTG

Step By Step Method

  • Step 1

    Sieve flour, baking powder and salt together.

    Step 2

    Add sugar, butter and ice cold water. Knead into soft firm dough and refrigerate for 20 minutes. Roll out the dough about ¼” thick. Cut into small tarts with a biscuit cutter.

    Step 3

    Press them into small tart moulds.

    Step 4

    Prick them with a fork all over. Place all the tarts on the baking tray.

    Step 5

    Bake at 230 degree Centigrade for 20 minutes. Once ready, set aside to cool.

    Step 6

    Fill them with beaten fresh cream or vanilla ice cream. Top it with cherry. Serve cold.

About Chef

SunitaChawla

Sunita Chawla is a renowned cook who consults for many companies and has written many recipe books on microwave, OTG, and conventional cooking.

Having done her BA in economics from Madras university, she developed and interest in cookery after graduation and went on to do a hostess course and hotel management with Applied Nutrition, Adyar. She also did a bakery course from Bakers Institute, Bangalore. Going by her family recommendations, she she started participating in cookery competitions and won prizes often. This motivated her to continue participating and gradually she was noticed for becoming a judge in cookery shows. In 1991, a TV show in Chennai called 'Wonder Balloon' gave her a lot of recognition, after which she strongly felt the want to take her passion for cooking more seriously. Eventually she became one of the most recognised faces in the field of cookery the world over.