Monday, January 5, 2009

Ooh-lah-lah French Pear Tart - TWD

Dorie's recipe note that this is such an easy recipe is totally on the mark. I had some sweet tart crusts frozen and pulled them out and used canned pears. I made them in small 6 inch tart pans and it took about a half or more pears per tart. The recipe was so easy to make. I'm constantly impressed by Dorie's pastries -- that they may sound complicated but are easy to make and produce tasty pastries. Thanks Dorie - I'll make this again!

16 comments:

  1. This was an easy tart to make. Your's looks good!

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  2. We SO enjoyed this recipe of Dories! Glad you did too! :)

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  3. Your tartlet looks delicious!

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  4. ohh yours looks perfect! good job!

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  5. Your tart looks delicious, even cuter in mini form. :)

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  6. Minis. Lots of minis this month. Guess we all think alike (which is how we got here in the first place.) Great job. Looks yummy!

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  7. I made minis, too. I loved this recipe and am glad you enjoyed it, too!

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  8. I like the idea of mini-tarts -- maybe I'll give that a try soon.

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  9. your mini tart looks great. This tart was a hit in my house!

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  10. Yours looks great! I agree, people always think TWD desserts look complicated, but they are usually surprisingly easy! I love this one too.

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  11. Your mention of sweet tart crusts in the freezer hit the mark for me! Now why didn't I think of that? I have homemade frozen ravioli in there, pre-portioned meals, but nothing by the way of the makings for dessert. These look very tasty (and right now it's pear season for us). Thanks not only to Dorie, but also to you Cindy. Auguri!

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  12. Lovely tart Cindy.

    Just wanted to say thanks for the Christmas card that you sent, which arrived in the mail yesterday. hope you and your family had a lovely time at Christmas.

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