17 May 2013

Bluberry crumble tarts




















 These little tarts are special for tea time or with a coffe or a juice:) I think with a little  scoop of Ice cream would be delicious but I didn't have at home!





 Ingredients
filling

300 g of blueberries
2 teaspoons of cornstarch
55 g of sugar
4  teaspoon of water

cover

60 g of all purpose flour
lemon grated (the peel)
40 g butter in cubes
30 g. sugar

dough
(to 12 tarts)
350 g. all purpose flour
85 g glass sugar
170 g butter room temperature
4 yolks

Place the flour on the counter and add sugar.
Mix well add butter and egg yolks. Work the butter and the egg yolks with the fingertips.
Mix well until it has incorporated everything and make a smooth ball.
Put dough into the bag and refrigerate for 15 minutes.
Remove and spread with the roller and  sprinkle a little flour before and cut dough of the size of the pans to be filled.Set aside.


Filling


Put half of the blueberries in a saucepan with the cornstarch, sugar and water. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly for 2 to 3 minutes or until that start to release juice and sauce is thickened. Remove from heat and add the remaining blueberries ..
For topping, mix flour with grated lemon zest, butter and sugar. Rub with your fingers to make crumbs like bread.
Divide the filling into the molds with the tarts and top with the crumble.
Put to oven for about 15to 20 minutes
and bake until crust is deep golden .
Cool in the tin - these are best served just warm. Carefully lift the pies out of the tin , transfer to a platter and serve.


Print Recipe here

En español
Tartas de arándanos con crumble


Estas tartitas son maravillosas y se pueden hacer con cualquier berry congelado que es más facil de encontrar en este tiempo.
En el jumbo aún tienen arándanos pero carísimos, vean ustedes yo creo que para estas cosas convienen más los congelados son más baratos a veces.
Yo las hice con arándanos pero podrian ser con frutillas o frambuesas o moras.



 Ingredientes 
masa (12 tartaletas)
(se pueden usar los moldes para muffins)

relleno y cubierta
300 gramos de arándanos
(frescos o congelados)
2 cucharaditas de maicena
4 cucharaditas de agua
55 gramos de azúcar

la ralladura de 1 limón
40 gramos de mantequilla
60 gramos de harina
 30 gramos de azúcar

Masa
350 gramos de harina sin polvos de hornear
85 gramos de azúcar
175 gramos de mantequilla
a temperatura ambiente
4 yemas

Preparación

Colocar la harina sobre la mesa o una tabla de cocina, mezclar con la harina, y agregar la mantequilla y las yemas, unir de a poco con los dedos para ir haciendo una masa que se pueda formar una bola, si es necesario agregar un poco de harina, formar una bola y envolver en plástico y refrigerar durante unos 15 minutos.

Al retirar del refrigerador colocar un poco de harina en la mesa antes de usar el rodillo, estirar la masa (no muy delgada ) lo suficiente para recortar redondelas para poner en los moldes de muffins. Reservar.

Preparar el relleno
En una ollita poner la mitad de los arándanos con la maicena y agua, y azúcar. Cocinar a fuego medio hasta que espese.
Revolver durante unos dos o tres minutos hasta que tenga una consistencia espesa. Retirar del fuego y agregar el resto de los arándanos-
Rellenar las masas preparadas con esta mezcla.

Crumble
En un bol colocar la harina con la ralladura de limón la mantequilla y azucar.

Luego de rellenar las masas cubrir con el crumble, Llevar a horno precalentado a 180° c. por unos 15 minutos o hasta que esten dorados.
Retirar y dejar enfriar antes de desmoldar.




81 comments:

  1. They seem delicious!
    Hugs!

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  2. these are gorgeous - mini and sweet and SO pretty and delicious !!!
    mary x

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  3. I adore the crumble on top Gloria.

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  4. Un crumble davvero accattivante...complimenti.
    Zagara & Cedro

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  5. I´ve have a sac of red fruit in my frigde, good ideaaaaaaaaaaaa

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  6. Gloria, Great looking little blueberry tarts! Can't wait for the blueberry season here in East Tennessee... The fresh locally grown ones are the best but it's nice we can buy blueberries year around nowadays. I agree with you on the added ice cream... Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. I love blueberries David ! and you will be in season soon! I freeze in the summer raspberries and blueberries to have year around!

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  7. These tarts look so delicious and cute! I love the crumble on top! :)
    http://www.rita-bose-cooking.com/

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  8. Una delicia Gloria! me encantan los arándanos. Besos

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    1. gracias Rosana ya sabes que me encantan los berries!

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  9. These looks wonderful, Gloria! I love tarts, and blueberries!

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  10. What a great idea to have the crumble as a topping! And I love blueberries! Delicious!

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    1. Thanks ALessandra I love berries too!

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  11. I'm in love with blueberries!!!!!!
    What a nice tart!!!

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  12. mmmm.....can i have one for breakfast? my mouth is watering just thinking about the blue berries...smiles...

    went to the zoo with the family yesterday...was great to get away together...have a lovely weekend gloria...

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    1. oh I love go to the Zoo many times I dont go !
      have a lovely weekend dear Brian!

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  13. Perfect little tarts, Gloria. The blueberries are wonderful right now too.

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    1. Thanks Barbara, yes you are in time now!

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  14. Gloria, this looks delicious..perfect to go with my morning coffee. Happy weekend to you. :)

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    1. Thanks Ayala, hope you have a wonderful weekend too!

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  15. Strepitoso come sempre! Peccato non abiti qui, ne avrei assaggiato volentieri uno... ;-)

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  16. Good Afternoon Gloria, I love the texture of crumble in cakes or desserts, and these "dinky" little Blueberry tarts look fabulous.
    I noticed when I went to the market this week that they had blueberries starting to come in, I will wait for the price to lower, which will be in the next two or three weeks, and then I shall enjoy making these tarts.
    Gloria, you really do share some wonderful recipes with us.... always something different.
    Have a lovely weekend,
    Best Wishes to you,
    Daphne

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  17. Thanks Daphne, yes I think all of you in USA will begin the blueberry season!
    Remember the blueberry freeze so well I always try in summer (these are from our last summer) and is a nice possiblity to any season, thanks Dapne!

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  18. I love crumble and blueberries! This is great recipe and looks wonderful!

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    1. thanks dear I lovr bluberries too!

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  19. Oh my, blueberries and crumbles, yum! Loos absolutely delicious! I could eat this for breakfast, lunch or dinner!

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  20. Yummy dear ~ I always have blueberries in my cereals ~

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    1. Thanks Grace yes I love in cereals or with yogurt!;)

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  21. these look great combining crumble and tart genius

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  22. The only way you could make these better would be to switch the blueberries with raspberries.

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    1. well DWei I really love the berries mix only THis recipe was only with blueberries:)

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  23. These could easily be served at a restaurant. They look really pretty, fresh and inviting. Beautiful Gloria :-)

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    1. oh ALida I would be happy if they serve in a restaurant, but in some restaurants I go the desserts aren't good always the same, Ice cream, tin fruits and sometimes flan (that I love) only in a few reastaurants they make good desserts!

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  24. Could I borrow a couple of them for the afternoon tea? They look so beautiful and tempting with the streusel.

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    1. ah Angie you can take all you want LOL

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  25. I can never have too many blueberries - these look lovely!

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  26. I'd eat anything with blueberries!

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  27. Se ve exxquisito Gloria, una delicia Estas miniskuchen.
    Besitos.

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    1. Gracias Kako, oh verdad que son como mini kuchens!!

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  28. Beautiful and yummy. Many thanks! :-)

    Greetings from London.

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  29. I love blueberry,yummy! Have a nice day Gloria, kisses....

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  30. My blueberry bushes have blossoms! As soon as they have actual blueberries - I will be making these delicious gems!

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  31. From savory tarts to sweet blueberry tarts - delicious!

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  32. I love anything with blueberries. These look gorgeous!

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  33. Your tarts look so yummy, especially like the crumb topping. Blueberry season will be happening soon in Maine. So ready for summer. Nice post Andi

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  34. Oh Gloria!

    You always have the most delectable blueberry recipes. Although ice cream sounds good, I think I would prefer your tarts just the way they are!!!

    Thank you so much for sharing...

    P.S. If you get a minute, pop by my blog. I did a post today:)

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  35. I love anything with blueberries. These tarts look so yummy with the crumb topping.

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  36. Deliziose queste tartellette, adoro i mirtilli :) Un abbraccio, buona settimana

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  37. Blueberries are my all time favourite. These little tarts look amazing!

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  38. Gloria, that looks so good! I adore blueberries! YUM!!!
    Hope you are doing well!
    Hugs,
    Kris

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  39. These are the cutest! Oh how I love baking with blueberries!

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  40. These sounds wonderful! Crumble is one of my favourite desserts. Lovely idea to make it into tarts :)

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  41. These little tarts sound wonderful, Gloria. I love the simple crumble over the fresh blueberries - perfect for early summer dessert!

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