16 February 2012

rustic pear tart











I think I talked you we had pears (someones) and I made some things but also (again) we ate the pears fresh! but this rustic tart was amazing! (I think)
And here is the recipe:

source   Cocina Paula año 2011, Chile.


Ingredients

dough
1 1/2 cups of  all purpose flour
3 tablespoon of sugar
1/2 teaspoon of salt
130 grs. butter unsalted
1 egg  yolk
1 tablespoon of water

Filling

3 or 4 pears peel and in slices
some lemon juice
130 grs. sugar or splenda
1 tablespoon of flour
1/2 cup of water
almonds in slices

Method



 Preheat oven to 180 degrees. Butter a baking sheet or pan.



For the dough in a bowl put flour , salt and sugar mix well. Add butter and mix, finally add water and egg yolk.


Join until you have  a ball with the dough. Set aside  in a bowl and let for about 30 minutes.


Meanwhile prepare the filling. In a bowl place the pears, cover with cold water and lemon juice.


Dry pears and place in a bowl and place the pears with the  middle of sugar and the tablespoon of  flour.
Mix well. Set aside.
On a flat surface place the dough between two sheets of waxed paper

Roll with a rolling pin into a circle the size you want.

Place the dough on the tart mold to be used.
Distribute in the center of sough  the pears leaving 2 or 3 cm from edge to fold the dough
Fold the edges  covering part of the filling . Bake for about 10 minutes.
Remove from the oven make a syrup with 1/2 cup sugar and a cup of water, make a light syrup and pour the syrup over the filling.
Return to oven and bake   10 to 15 minutes until golden around the edges.
Before serving, sprinkle with sliced ​​almonds if desired. It can be served warm or cold.



Print recipe  here



Note:Today I discovered that this is my post No 500!! (LOL)




EN ESPAÑOL


Tarta rústica de peras






Parece que habia mencionado que hemos tenido peras este año, aunque no han sido muchas, en todo caso estaban muy buenas y la mayoría se han consumido frescas, sólo hice esta tarta con ellas.
Me encantan las tartas rústicas además la masa es delgada, y sabrosa.

Ingredientes


1 1/2 taza de harina sin polvos de hornear
3 cucharadas de azúcar
1/2 cucharadita de sal
130 grs. de mantequilla sin sal
1 yema de huevo
1 cucharada de agua 
Relleno
3 peras peladas y en láminas
Gotas de jugo de limón
2/3 taza de azúcar
1 cucharada de harina
1/2 taza de agua

Preparación

Precalentar el hono a temperatura de 180°c.
Enmantequillar y preparar una bandeja de horno o un molde de tarta para la masa.
Para preparar la masa:
En un bol colocar la harina, la sal y el azúcar, mezclar bien, agregar la yema de huevo y la mantequilla

Hacer una bola con la masa y envolver en plástico.
Dejar en el refrigerador por unos 30 minutos.

Para prepara el relleno poner las peras en un bol con agua fria y un poco de jugo de limón.

Estilar las peras y colocar en un bol con la mitad del azúcar, la cucharada de harina . Mezclar y reservar.

Sobre una superficie lisa colocar la masa entre dos papeles de mantequilla y uslerear pasando el rodillo hasta tener el tamaño de círculo que se quiere.
Colocarlo en un molde de tarta o en una bandeja de horno.
Distribuir las peras en el centro de la masa dejando 2 o 3 centímetros sin cubrir , doblar los lados de la masa hacia dentro, cubriendo parte del relleno.
Hornear primero unos 10 minutos.

Mientras hacer un almíbar con 1/2 taza de agua fria y el resto del azúcar, hervir hasta que tenga una consistencia suave.
Retirar la tarta del horno y bañar con este almíbar.
Volver la tarta al horno y hornear durante unos 10 o 15 minutos más o hasta que los bordes esten dorados.
Retirar del horno, se puede servir caliente o fria.
Servir con algunas almendras laminadas.
 

85 comments:

  1. Me encanta!!, pensar que antes no comía nada con peras, ahora me parecen deliciosas, aquí tenemos muchas variedades y muy ricas, la haré sin falta.
    Un beso amiga!

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    1. aah Kako a mi me encantan las peras, se toda la vida!!

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  2. Hola Gloria

    Que pinta tan buena tiene esta tarta de peras!

    Maria
    x

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  3. Qué triste me parece el café viendo esta maravilla. Voy a seguir trasteando por tu blog. Un saludo, Clara.

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    1. Gracias Clara, pero algo encontraras, una galletita:) besos

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  4. Made that up and not a pear to spare, that's quite rare.

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    1. Pat happens that I love pears (lol)

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  5. Looks beautiful and delicious! I love pears, too!

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    1. Thanks a lot Betsy:) yes I know you love pears!

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  6. That is my kind of dessert; a must try!
    Rita

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  7. I love pears and all desserts with them.

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    1. Me too with chocolate pears are amazing!

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  8. Looks so DELICIOUS!!! I want to try this!

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  9. What a beautiful and delicious dessert - I love pears!

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  10. Simply mouthwatering. I love all your recipes! Ciao!

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    1. thanks a lot Alida, love your blog too!

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  11. Une tarte rustique qui a tout pour plaire. Elle doit être délicieuse.
    A très bientôt

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    1. Thanks Christine, you are so nice:)

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  13. congrats on your 500th post! wow. the pear tart looks delicious :)

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    1. Thanks a lot Baking addict, Im really amazed(lol)

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  14. Congrats on your 500th post! I just had mine, too :) We are SO much alike, aren't we? I adore pears (and wish they were in season here!), and your tart sounds spectacular!!!

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  15. really Lizzy?? what nice!! so we are like sisters bloggers!! ha! Love pears too, are the last one I think:)

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  16. This looks delicious! I love pears and any sort of tart! I hope you're having a GREAT day!

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  17. Congratulations on your 500th post!

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  18. Suena rica, me encantan las peras, pero ya quiero que llegue la fruta de verano. Hemos comido mucha este año.

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    1. A mi me encnatan las peras Pilar!ya estas cerca llegandoi la primavera tendrás más fruta!

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  19. Gloria, I've never had a pear tart or pie before and I'm intrigued by the ingredients. I would not have thought to put almonds with pears and lemon, but very interesting and scrumptious looking!

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    1. Thanks Javelin warrior I try sometimes peras in tgart and really awesome and almonds are really nic etoo:)

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  20. Congratulations on the 500 posts. That's quite a milestone. That tart turned out with a perfectly flaky and light crust. Looks scrumptious!!

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  21. Gloria.......que receta rica nos traes!!!!
    Son las que mas me gustan, facilitas y ricas!!!
    sweetcakestoronto
    Besos y gracias por la receta, me la llevo!!!
    miri

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    1. Gracias miri, Amí tambien me gustó por lo fácil y rápido y puedes hacerla con cualquier fruta! besos

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  22. oo oo oo count me in....and i have pear trees!

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    1. I have pear trees too Brian, but are only the last ones!!

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  23. Ohhh... love that look. Am sue it would have tasted great!

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  24. Una tarta deliciosa!! la probaré. Me encantan las cerezas y las frambuesas de la foto anterior ¡que ricas! Besos

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  25. Congrats on your 500th post! What a lovely pear tart ! Looks absolutely yummy! :)

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  26. Gloria, pears are our favourite fruits! This tart looks just wonderful! Love and hugs!! xxoo

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  27. This is one of the best pear tarts I have ever seen! Delectable!

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  28. I love rustic food. This tart looks really mouthwatering! A great treat.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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    1. Thanks Rosa I love rustic tarts too!

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  29. yummy tart....that tooo very innovative recipe

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  30. So tempting, looks absolutely wonderful. Congratulations on your 500th post, wishing you many more. Thanks for visiting me and for the sweet words :)

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  31. Congrats on your 500th post! And your pear tart looks wonderful! Have a lovely weekend!

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  32. 500th post. Wonderful news. I wish you much happy baking. I will add you to my blog roll as well. Thanks for the visit.

    Cheers.

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    1. Thnaks Happy whisk I love your blog!!

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  33. Hola Gloria!
    Ando de a poco poniéndome a día pa variar!
    Que rica se ve esta tarta. Con las peras aún mejor!
    Un beso!

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    1. Gracias Moon, cuéntanos despues como te fue, besos

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  34. This looks perfect, Gloria! YUM!

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  35. i have some very soft pears in my fridge, can i use these? Your tart looks delicious!

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    1. Of course Jannie use your pears:)

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  36. Hola Gloria querida!! ya estoy medio de regreso, así que me vine rauda a visitarte.
    Como no podía ser d eotra forma, me encuentro con una tarta deliciosa. Estoy segura de que me encantaría con esa masita fina. Es de todo mi gusto.
    Un abrazo grande

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    1. Nathalia que alegría saber de ti, tanto tiempo, me he acordado de ti, te mandaré un mail, como han estado y la bebita?? un abrazo

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  37. I love pears and I love fruit tarts, this looks really delicious!
    Thanks for stopping by and leaving such a nice comment on my blog!
    Annalisa x

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    1. Thanks Annalisa, I love your blog!

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  38. Gloria! Amiga, felicitacionea por estos 500 posts, que constancia y dedicacion, nosotros tus lectores agrademos, yo al menos, disfruto todas tus recetas! Esta ytarta rustica me encanto! Besotes

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    1. Gracias Pamela yo tambien disfruto mucho tus recetas, besos

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  39. wow what a beautiful tart loving pears right now

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  40. wow what a beautiful tart loving pears right now

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  41. Though I love pear pies, I can't stand the fruit. I would rather buy them, than make or bake a pie tart. thanks for the delightful pics..they always make me hungry

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  42. Dear Gloria, I would love this. It is calling to me! blessings my dear, Catherine xo

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  43. una torta rustica squisita!!
    grazie dei tuoi gentilissimi commenti!baci!

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  44. wow what a beautiful pics.loved the tart pears......nice space u have vth awesome recipes...

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  45. I am trying to convert your recipe, but getting stuck between some of the instructions being in English and others lost in the translation. Does someone have this translated completely in English. I have tried to convert it as best I can, but as I am watching it bake, it is not turning out as I thought. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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