My daugter, Zarina Azman made these some time ago and she is really good in making them, very patience and with her, everything must be so accurately weighed and in other words, very precise!. I never can imagine doing these but maybe should give it a try. I love these tarts but not to the extend of loving them so as I much prefer savouries but nevertheless these tarts are so so incredibly nice, so soft and so fragile and so yummy especially when you bite into the blueberry fillings. I love the patterns of tarts themselves and Zarina did them well...artistic if I may say...
They look good, dont they?.....
Lets now take a look at the recipe which I am sure are numerous if you google them, but we have tried this and they are simply amazingly superb.
For Pastry:250 gm Flour
150 gm Butter
2 tbsp sugar
1 egg yolk
40 gm cold water
Method:Mix sifted flour with sugar.
Add butter ,mix it until crumbly.
Add in egg yolks, mix it again.
Then add cold water, and mix it, to form a dough.
Shape the dough into a ball and press it flat.
Wrap it with cling film and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
For Filling :
(A)250 gm Cream Cheese
50 gm caster sugar
25 gm Butter
(C)25 gm whipping cream
(D)20 gm Flour
Some Blueberry filling.
Method :Cream (A) until light and smooth.
Add in (B) and cream until well blended.
Add in (C) and mix until well combined.
Lastly add in (D) and mix until well incorporated.Set a side.
Press the pastry into the tart mould.
Prick some hole onto the pastry shell and bake at 180C for 12 - 15 minutes or until light golden brown.Leave it to cool.
Put some blueberry filling into the baked pastry shells.
Top it with the cheese filling.
Place some blueberry filling onto it and swirl it into a marbling effect,or you can make pattern that you like.
Bake at 200 C for 10-12 minutes
|Just look at that generous filling....|
|Dont they tempt you enough to try bake some for yourselves.....|
give it a try then you will agree how terribly nice they are....
Happy baking & enjoy.