Sunday, 21 August 2011

Glazed Apple Tart

It's dessert time!!!!

I found this recipe in a magazine whilst shopping in the supermarket. It was the very eye-catching front page photo that caught my housemate's eyes, it was a very beautiful picture of a glazed apple tart that looked like a flower. So we quickly gathered the ingredients from the supermarket!


Only using very simply ingredients, the recipe is super easy to follow!

Puff pastry

The ready-made puff pastry was rolled until 2mm thin then using a 23mm base of my spring-foam cake tin, I cut the pastry into a circle. Then lots of holes were made on it with a fork before chilling for about 30 minutes in the fridge.

Apple slices

About 5-6 apples were cut into thin slices before arranging on the puff pastry.


The pastry with apples layered on top was then put into the oven and baked for 30-40 minutes.


The tart was baked until the 'apples are tender and pastry is crisp and cooked through'.

After the apple tart was cooled down, I brushed the apples with warm vanilla apricot jam to glaze.

Glazed Apple Tart

Hhhhhhhmmmmm...yummy!!! A very easy dessert to make that looks absolutely amazing!

The puff pastry was very crisp and the apples were tender and sweet from the vanilla apricot jam.

Just like in the magazine!

Delicious! I think it would be even better served with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream!

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