French Style Browned Butter Tarts
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Last week, when I didn't post Friday Faves, my plan had been to celebrate Bastille Day which is always on the 14th of July. I guess it is just as well that I ran out of time because it was hard to limit our love of French culture and products to just a few things. After all, we all studied French, my husband served a french speaking mission in Tahiti, Lindsey served one in France, plus did a semester of law school there, My son Jacob is currently serving a french speaking mission in the Ivory Coast! That is a lot of french influence in our lives! The language is beautiful, the country has so much rich history, the cuisine is amazing, France has been the center of fashion for ages, there is just so much to enjoy.
So, Instead of trying to get everyone to focus on a favorite, I decided that this week I would share a french dish that I learned from Panna Cooking for a delicious Brown Butter Tart to give a nod to a favorite place of ours, France.
This tart recipe is currently being offered for free on Panna. If you love watching cooking shows like I do, you know that it can be frustrating to try to reproduce the recipes you see on TV and get a good result. The videos on Panna and step by step written instructions make it so easy to follow and make their recipes yourself. Blueberries have been priced fairly reasonably lately, so when I saw this Browned Butter Tart with Berries, I knew I had to give this recipe a try. You can click on the link and give it a try as well. The chef that teaches this class is Nancy Silverton. I am referring you to her class for this recipe, but I will share some of the tips she gave and some adaptations that I made for my purposes.
At first I thought that this recipe was going to be too much for me to do as I babysat my granddaughter, but as it turned out, each step was fairly quick to do and then it would have to chill awhile. When the baby went down for her nap, I could do the next step or I would put her in her high chair to watch me for a bit. It was a breeze! Then, one of the best things about this recipe is that it makes enough crust and custard for 2 tarts and the extra dough and custard keeps in the fridge for a good amount of time. In the middle of the week, I made the blueberry tart, and then on the weekend, I made a peach tart! The peach one was super fast to do since the dough and custard were already made.
My Take-Aways From Nancy Silverton:
A Couple of Adaptations:
If you try this recipe, let me know how yours turns out!
7/27/2018 02:56:03 am
There really is a lot of French influence in your family's life, Helen! My husband grew up in France so I feel similarly. Love these pretty tarts, what a treat! The tips from Mary Silverton are really helpful too. Sharing, including a scheduled share on the Hearth and Soul Facebook page. Thank you so much for your support of the Hearth and Soul Link Party. Hope to see you again on Monday! Have a great weekend.
7/30/2018 09:45:08 am
Your Browned Butter Tarts look fantastic! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Full Plate Thursday and sure hope you have a great week!
7/31/2018 07:28:02 am
Thanks for your support ladies!
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Helen Reynolds: Mother of six children , grandmother to eleven! I love to cook, craft and create things and I especially love doing that with my family, So, when my lawyer daughter, Lindsey, my artist daughter, Madalynn, and I came up with the idea of Hot Cocoa Bombs, this blog was born. Then, one more daughter, with her technical and science skills, plus creativity has joined in to round us out! Read more about us here!