Strawberry Tart

It was such a hectic weekend that I wasn’t sure if I was going to get time to do this week’s Martha Mondays project, but knowing how much dad likes strawberry jam, strawberry tart, strawberries and cream and strawberries, there was not much chance of me not finding time to make them, and so on Friday night after a very long week at work, I set about making them.  The recipe is here.

 

These were easy to make and although the strawberries in the shops weren’t that great and I ended up mascerating them to bring out their flavour (and therefore my tart doesn’t look as pretty as the Martha Stewart one), they had a lovely feel of summer and I am most certain that they helped to bring out the sunshine at the weekend.

Thanks for a great pick!

Fancy joining us for Martha Mondays?  A super-friendly group of us get to pick a Martha Stewart recipe or craft and then we make it and tell each other what we thought on our blogs.  No pressure, but I can tell you that I have tried so many new things by joining this group.  Go over to Brette’s blog to find out more.

 

~ Pru

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4 thoughts on “Strawberry Tart

    • We were out over the weekend and I knew a large tart would end up spoiling if it was left for a day. I’m hoping that the strawberries get more flavour if we ever get some sunshine and warmth!

  1. I love the little tarts.I I made the tart but never got it blogged. Same with last weeks Monkey Bread. :/ I liked the tart and used some homemade rhubarb jam for the top. It was delicious but not very pretty because of the rhubarb jam. Have a great day Pru. 🙂

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