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Fruity Berry Tarts

2 sheets puff pastry
approx 1 cup of any one berry variety of your choice or 1/4 cup of each different berry variety.
10 tablespoons apricot jam
approx 3 tablespoons water

Makes approx. 8 tarts

You can easily make a selection of these to make desserts using cherries, strawberries, rasberries or blueberries.

Thaw pastry sheets and cut small raclette pan shaped pieces using a raclette pan as a template.
Prick each pastry piece ten times using a fork. This will prevent the pastry from rising too high.
Bake in a pre-heated oven at 210 degrees approx. 10 minutes until they have puffed up. Set aside to cool slightly.

On the stove, place apricot jam and a little water into a saucepan and heat on a very low heat until it forms a thick liquid. Take off the stove to cool slightly.

Wash, thaw and slice berries and arrange thinly onto the cooked pastry sheets and top with apricot glaze liquid. Set aside until ready to serve.

At the raclette grill:
Place tarts onto raclette pans and place under grill to re-heat. Then take them out, dust with a little icing sugar.

Serve with whipped cream and a few mint leaves.


Please note: If you like this recipe please also have a look at our raclette recipe book, full of mouth-watering recipes like this one!


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