24 February 2013

Blackberries rustic tart




Was a cloudy day here when I made this Tart and lots of rain later, but really the pictures aren't bad, we are in the South for a few days, but we really love rain after the hot days in Santiago.

We find  here an interest  site , a berries market, you can   imagine, I love so much berries, we bought some strawberries and blackberries and made this rustic tart.









Ingredients

Crust
350 grams of all purpose flour
a pinch of salt
175 grams of butter unsalted
50 grams of sugar
cold water

Filling

600 grams blackberries frozen or fresh
6 tablespoon of sugar
1 tablespoon of cassis or water
5 teaspoon of semolina
1 white egg


Method

For the pastry sift the flour and salt in a bowl, add the butter and work the mixture with your fingers.
Add the sugar and add enough water to bind the dough.
Wrap in plastic wrap and refrigerate for 30 minutes.

Meanwhile wash the berries and place in a bowl with four tablespoons of sugar and cassis or water and  stir them so they are well coated.

Remove dough from refrigerator and spread with a pin roll   in a circle on a floured surface.

Work carefully because it is a soft dough (you can add a little flour to prevent sticking to fingers)
Sont cut the borders  and place in a baking pan or into a mold.
Sprinkle with semolina dough leaving a border of about 6 cm.


Place the blackberries mix in the center and paint the edges with egg white. Fold edges to cover the fruit.
Brush the cake with the remaining egg white and sprinkle with sugar and bake in preheated oven at 180 ° C for about 25 minutes or until edges are golden brown on the cake.
To serve, whip the cream and add some with a sprig of mint for garnish.
Personally I do not put cream is so delicious taste of the berries that I almost do not need.:)




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EN ESPAÑOL
TARTA DE MORAS



EN ESPAÑOL TARTA DE MORAS





Fue un dia tremendamente lluvioso aqui en el sur donde estamos por unos dias (Villarrica) hace mucho que no veniamos para acá.
Por supuesto que estamos felices con la lluvia despues de los calores horrible de Santiago.
Villarrica está precioso y tiene mas cosas lindas y entretenidas
de la última vez que vine.
Tiene una feria de berries (se exportan muchas berries en esta zona) de pequeños agricultores y sus productos, compramos moras y frutillas.
Bueno las frutillas no duraron nada se las comieron ese mismo dia pero las moras las congelé y preparé esta tarta de moras.
A pesar del dia lluvioso las fotos no estan malas, la cocina es amplia y luminosa, hay cocina a leña y cocina a gas. Espero poder hacer algo en la cocina a leña.

Ingredientes

masa

350 gramos de harina sin polvos de hornear
1 pizca de sal
175 gramos de mantequilla sin sal
50 gramos de azúcar
5 cucharadita de semola
1 clara de huevo

relleno

600 gramos de moras frescas o congeladas
(tambien pueden ser frambuesas)
6 cucharadas de azúcar
1 cucharada de cassis o de agua
5 cucharaditas de semola
1 clara de huevo

para servir
crema batida (optativo)
hojas de menta

Preparación






101 comments:

  1. i am!!! i wonder if anyone will notice if i eat it all...and all that are left are empty plates in the pictures....smiles....


    mmmm....looks so good gloria...fruit!!!!

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    1. Haha yes you are first and you can eat all LOL
      Thanks Brian I love berries and especially blackberries!!

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  2. Tiene que ser una delicia, qué rico y bien presentado. Un abrazo, Clara.

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  3. Looks really yummy!!
    I can't wait to start baking, Gloria.
    Thank you so much for inspiring me. :)

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    1. Thanks Ygraine, and love you stopping by!!

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  4. Una tarta fabulosa y tan rica que dan ganas de pasar la pantalla para probar!

    Besos Gloria.

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  5. Tart looks realy rustic and delicious. I don't bake often with blackberries because I like to eat them fresh.

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  6. che splendida torta, chissà che buona!baci!

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  7. Que tarta mas deliciosa, cariño! Tiene una pinta espectacular! Un besote!

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  8. Gloria preparas siempre unos postres con frutas que me encantaría comermelos todos.
    Abrazos.

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  9. I adore blackberries in anything, Gloria Dear, just like the blueberries as well :)

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  10. wow blackberries! The looks divine, Gloria.

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  11. I LOVE blackberries in pies! I love the gorgeous colours of the juices. Great dessert :)

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    1. Thanks Hazel, and yes I love too blackberries!

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  12. I think you should open a restaurant Gloria! I would come all the way to Chile just to have one of your delicious desserts :)

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    1. Thanks Az you are sweet! You are invited anyway:) you can come to my house and we enjoy tarts and tea or coffe:)

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  13. Gloria, You sure do like your fruit tarts! You don't see that many tart recipes from day to day here in the USA. I must admit that this blackberry tart has my mouth watering for a taste or two... Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Well Dave I like the more natural in baking tarts, I never use boxes to crust and love fruits is true:)

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  14. Just lovely, I've been eating a lot of blackberries lately.

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    1. I love blackberries Christine and love how smell!

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  15. Soy muy melindroso con las moras. Strawberries? Yes. Raspberries, blueberries, blackberries? Only in muffins and other desserts. Me encanta tu receta.

    Saludos desde Londres.

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    1. en serio? yo el primer berry que conocí y comí fueron las moras, en el sur era lo más que había, ahora hay frambuesas y frutillas en todas partes y arándanos que se plantan acá tambien, las moras casi siempre las he comido directo del arbusto, es la primear vez que uso unas moras tan limpias!! ha! en todo caso me encantan como huelen y cuando se cocinan el aroma delicioso, esta tarta es duper facil y la puedes hacer con cualquier berry:)

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  16. Blackberries are my absolute favourite Gloria.

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  17. Gloria this is absolutely beautiful - what a special tart - I would LOVE a piece of this!
    Mary x

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    1. Thanks Mary, I would like you can eat a piece:)

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  18. It's really a beautiful tart!!!! Wonderful! Besitos

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  19. Se ve riquísimo Gloria!, esta temporada es para aprovechar todos los frutos del bosque.
    Besos!

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  20. Que buenisimo!! se me hizo la boca agua...
    besos

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  21. I loooooooooooooooooove blackberries. I love them in candy, cake, ice-cream, everywhere. But I prefer...... BLUE berries ;)

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    1. Really you prefer blueberries or you are teasing me ...again?
      I love how smell blackberries:)

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    2. I never kid about food, Gloria. I good at eating, you know, and fruit is high on my list.

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    3. I could eat only fruits and dont have problem is my favorite food!

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    4. There are a lot of problems with meat in Europe at the moment... good thing I can live on fruit and veggies :)

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  22. Blue berries I ate a bit, blackberries I tried and never liked them though, not very berry at my show haha

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    1. Yes maybe you are not a berry person:)))

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    2. Really. He used to like Pringles with blackberry flavor.... didn't you know?

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  23. Love the rustic look of this tart. Beautiful!

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  24. That is just beautiful, Gloria! Your photos should be in a magazine! I am going to pin this one...delish!

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    1. Thanks dear Betsy, you are always nice!!xo

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  25. Just gorgeous - for some reasons the stores (up north in Minnesota) have tons of blackberries on sale. This would be the perfect, sweetest way to use them!

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    1. oh Claudia thats is wonderful you can buy and freeze the blackberries and you will have all the year!!

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  26. Gloria, this looks so delicious!! Love a good tart and blackberries. This looks perfect :)

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  27. Que delicia de galette!....me encanta!.....Abrazotes, Marcela

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  28. what a lovely tart :-) thanks for your kind comment on my last post

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  29. Che voglia d'estate nel vedere queste splendide more. La tarte è deliziosa. Un abbraccio, buona settimana

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  30. This is one gorgeous blackberry tart... wish I could get fresh blackberries for this. I think raspberries would work too?

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    1. Yes Mich with raspberries will be fine too!

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  31. Gloria, what a beautiful tart. I have seen your food photography go from strength to strength. I send you lots of love today and always, xxoo

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    1. Thanks dear and thanks for stopping by! Send you love like always my friend for you and Todd:)

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  32. Como me gusta esta tarta Gloria!! me encantan las moras, en verano la hago sin falta. Besos

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    1. Gracias Rosana me fascinan las moras tambien, creo que son mis preferidas!!!igual la puedes hacer con moras congeladas y queda deliciosa! besos

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  33. Hi Gloria, How are you? It's been a while. This tart looks so pretty!

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    1. Hi peachskins how are you??? thanks for stopping by!

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  34. Lovely tart! Love the blackberries, which are extremely expensive over here!

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  35. Wow I bet this tastes delicious. Take care Diane

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  36. When I think of the miserable days we are having in the UK at the moment I wish I was there with you! It has been a long and cold winter with many people ill!
    This tart looks ever so inviting! A splash of colour, we need this right now!

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    1. ah Alida to all of you I say wait the time run!!! you will be in spring soon and I will be in autumn, you know like is !!

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  37. Mi Gloria preciosa!!!!!! GRACIAS MIL por tus lindas palabras, fueron como un rayito de sol en mi corazón, sabes????? :)
    Siempre haces cosas ricas y no sabes como envidio esas moras que tenias :) ummmmm nada más rico que una tarta de moras...aquí aún falta para la época, ya sabes, vamos al revés que vosotros!!!!
    Miles de cariños amiga...no te olvido nunca!!!!! :)

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    1. Hola pues Juani, que linda que me vengas a ver, tus fotos como siempre preciosas. A las moras, las amo, pero aquí no es muy larga la temporada es justo ahora a fines de verano ya te llegaran las moras amiga, pasa tan rápido el tiempo, un abrazo cariñoso:)))

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  38. Yummy! What a delicious tart! :D I love it... and I love blackberries, too!
    So much... :) Yours is beautiful and colored. Yummyyy! I'm hungry!!
    Can I take a piece?
    Hugs
    Incoronata.

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  39. I'm back!!! And just in time! I have some berries that are just waiting for me to put them in a tart!! Looks delicious!

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  40. Bellissima e buonissima! Complimenti Gloria! :)

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  41. Hello again dear Gloria,
    Your blog amazes me. You always post such delicious looking recipes and the pictures are great. Good Job!

    How is your mom doing? Did she have the test done yet? I hope that all goes well for her. Did your daughter get her wisdom teeth out yet? Good luck with that too.
    If you get a minute stop by my blog again. My grandson needs your prayers.
    Have a great week. Hugs, Lura

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  42. Yes, love berries too! The tart looks delicious, and very pretty.

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  43. Vuelvo a entrar y a copiarla entera, me quedé con ella en la mente...deliciosa!

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  44. These blackberries look so ripe and delicious, Gloria! Our season is just a few weeks away now!!

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  45. QUÉ RICO QUE TE FUISTE PAL SUR GLORITA, ESPERO QUE DISFRUTES Y DESCANSES COMO TE MERECES. YO AQUÍ EN EL CAMPO NO PUEDO QUEJARME, NUNCA HACE EL CALOR DE SANTIAGO, AUNQUE ESTE AÑO HA ESTADO BRAVO, PERO EN LAS TARDES CORRE UNA BRISA LINDA Y TODO SE REFRESCA. MUERO POR UNAS MORAS COMO ESAS, EN CUANTO PUEDA ME VOY A HACER DE UN CANASTO PARA IR A BUSCAR ABAJO DEL CERRO QUE HAY BASTANTE. TE DEJO UN BESITO AMIGA Y PERDONA SI NO VENGO MÁS SEGUIDO, OJALÁ ME ENTIENDAS

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  46. What an awesome tart, Gloria! The photos turned out beautiful and I love how simple the ingredients are for such a fresh tart... I'm jealous you have access to fresh berries! Thanks so much for sharing...

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  47. Those berries looked so good ~ We don't have too much berries because of winter now ~

    I hope you have a safe trip home Gloria ~ Take care ~

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  48. Making a beautiful tart is a great thing to do on a rainy day!

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  49. that's a huge pile of berries, all wrapped in a pastry blanket--i like it! :)

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  50. Your tart looks divine. I have never baked with blackberries before. I have blackberries that grow wild by where I live so I will have to try this recipe this summer.

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  51. A tart is as delicious as a pie!

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  52. This looks so lovely and delish.

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  53. Oh my goodness....that tart looks amazing! I love berries too!!!!
    YUM!!!!
    xo Kris

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  54. A rustic but gorgeous tart! Yum!

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  55. A berries market? How fun! I would probably loose my brains at a berries market! Your tart looks amazing!

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  56. Almost I lost :) really I love berries al year! You sure would enjoy was besutu and fun!:)

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  57. Those berries are bursting with freshness, begging for a tart. Yes, I'd love to see some photos of southern Chile!

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  58. Hola querida Gloria: No sabes como me gustan estas tartitas rústicas que haces.
    Me entran unos antojos tremendos de hacer una...
    Voy tomando nota.
    Un abrazo y que disfruten de las vacaciones.

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  59. Your rustic tart looks so good. I can't wait until summer when these fresh berries will be available.

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  60. I think the pictures are perfect & lovely! Very appetizing tart & berrilicious too ! ;)

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