As Easy As Apple Pie

 

4K6A1133This is my super easy apple tart. I actually had material to make 3 Tarts.

  • One sheet of pre-rolled puff pastry
  • 3 apples
  • Brown sugar
  • Butter
  • Apricot Jam

Start by rolling out your pastry. I use shop made as puff pastry is a pain to make at home. Cut the pastry into 3 using a pizza wheel or very sharp knife.

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Using a knife score a border around the pastry being careful not to cur through it. Spike the center with a fork.

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Take some jam and spread it in the center of the pastry keeping it within the boarder you cut.

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Cut your apple thinly into slices. Take your slices and arrange them on the pastry over jam layer. I decided to alternate colour of apples just to make it look pretty.

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Work your way along the pastry but keep the apple withing the boarder you have made.

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Take some small cubes of butter and sprinkle them over the tart it does not take very much just enough to melt over the tart as it cooks.

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Take a pinch of brown sugar and dust it over the apple and the butter cubes again you dont want to much just enough to help it to caramelize.

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Place the tart on a lined baking tin. Pre-Heat your oven ton 180°C gas mark  4. Cook for 30-40 minutes but its probably best to have a check around 25 minutes as puff pastry can catch and burn very easily. For me it was done in just over 30 minutes but I have a very fast oven.

The final stage is to dust with icing sugar and serve. Its great with custard or Ice cream.

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