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Blog - Recipes
Type: Basic - Pastry
Serves: 30 pieces
Difficulty: medium
Preparation time: 20' + rest
Baking: oven 180°C - 356°F
Baking time: 12-15 min
pie pastry 300 g (10½ oz)
The tartlets are tiny pie pastry shells, they can contain the most delicious fillings to create fabulous pastries to prepare for a special occasion like a birthday, or to finish off Sunday lunch. You can make them with pastry cream and fresh fruit, lemon cream and Italian meringue, chocolate ganache, butter cream and much more. Unleash your imagination in decorating them to make your own unique and inimitable tartlets!

How to make Tartlets
Preheat oven to 356 degrees F (180 degrees C).
Prepare the pie pastry as indicated in the recipe Classic Pie Pastry.
Roll the pie pastry 3-4 mm thin and rest it in the fridge 15 to 30 minutes.
Cut 30 pieces with a 7 cm diameter round cutter.
Arrange each piece in a 5 cm tartlet mold making sure to make it adhere well to the edges of the mold.
Hole the bottom of the tartlet and rest them in the frodge 15 to 30 minutes.
Bake 12 to 15 minutes in the preheated oven.

Tips and Tricks
When you flatten the pastry with the rolling pin do not use too much flour. Use just the what is needed to keep it from sticking to the table.
If you need to re-mix the scraps of pastry, work them as little as possible: compact and join them without kneading and roll them out with a rolling pin.
During cooking, the bottom of the tartlets could swell. If this happens, remove the tartlets from the oven and wait for the bubble to deflate (if necessary, hole the center of the bubble with a toothpick), then put them back in the oven to finish cooking.

Up to five days in an airtight container.

Are you looking for a recipe journal to write down this recipe? I created the product that may be suitable for you: My Sweet recipes: Cakes and Desserts Recipe Book.

If you are looking for other delicious recipes, here are some examples: Classic Pie Pastry,
Apricot tart, Choux Pastry

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