17 June 2013

Orange Curd Puff Pastry tartlets








This month in Secret Recipe Club my assignment was a nice blog Feast on the cheap    and Mary Ann and Mariel (Mother and daughter) have a lot of  lovely recipes  and finally I choose this   Orange curd puff pastry tartlets because I love lemon curd and I wanna try this orange curd and was really amazing and all loved here.


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Orange Curd Puff Pastry Tartlets Makes
about 10 to 12 tartlets
 
Ingredients
1/2 cup fresh squeezed orange juice
2 heaping tablespoon of orange zest
3/4 cup of unsalted butter
3/4 cup of sugar
4 large eggs
1 package puff pastry sheets
 
Method
Preheat oven to 180 ° (360 f)
Cut the pastry sheets using a cookie cutter or knife I made 16 circles and the middle I cut the center so you make like a sandwich.
Bake about 15  minutes or according to package directions and then cool on wire racks.
In a bowl cream the butter with the sugar and 1 1/2 tablespoons of orange zest until fluffy and pale.
Crak each egg into a cup then add the eggs one by one, until fully incorporated (cracking them into the cup will hwlp keep any accidentally broken eggshells out of your curd)
Slowly add the orange juice until well combined and smooth.
Pour the orange curd into a big saucepan and heat over low to medium low heat for about 15 minutes stirring constantly.Dont allow to boil. The curd will start to thicken and become very creamy then you know they are done.
Remove from heat and allow to cool for about 15 minutes.
Craefully spoon the orange curd over the circles of baked puff pastry shells and put over them the other circle of pastry like a sandwich.
Let cool and garnish with orange zest or some mint leaves.
Serve warm to room temperature.
 
 
 







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84 comments:

  1. Hold on...catching the first flight! haha! Save on for me!

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    1. Love the pictures of Espie! :)

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    2. Good morning Betsy:) I saw you in my world LOL
      Im glad you be first and think you would love this recipe.

      A Espe did you see with Mouska? and you see the Ares face? poor, he only look these crazy girls. Oh Esperanza.She say taked me a picture with Mouska! yes in the middle of when I was taking my pictures for this post:)

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  2. The tartlets look yummilicious, Gloria.

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  3. Querida Gloria, me encantaron tus tartaletas con la crema de naranja, ahora que están en su apogeo, hay que aprovecharlas. La torta de abajo es un pecado mortal, que podría cometer a gusto...Besitos

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    1. Pamela a mi me encantan las naranjas, y afortunadamente ahora tenemos naranjos y las naranjas han estado deliciosas, asi que pude hacerlas con las naranjas de mi yard haha!

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  4. What a clever idea! And now I know what to do with some lemon curd I already have in the cupboard!!!

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    1. Thanks AMy of course you can make with lemon curd! Im sure will be awesome!

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  5. One could chow that down in one bite, the pups look ready for a fight haha

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    1. Yes the pups love to fight and Esperanza sometimes cheers up!

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  6. Yum! I love orange curd - such a delicious, delicate flavor. :)

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  7. So glad you enjoyed these! Such a yummy summer treat...

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    1. Thanks dearies really love this recipe!

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  8. Gloria, these are so pretty and look fantastic! Love lemon curd and you can't go wrong with puff pastry!

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  9. Wow how delicious and fresh these must be! Lovely Gloria!

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  10. These look like great little treats!

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  11. They look so cute & delicious.

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  12. OK - these are brilliant! I, too, love lemon curd but never thought to do another type citrus curd like orange - pinning!

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  13. Gloria, Those orange curd puff pasty tartlets look very nice indeed! They would be great as a dessert for our next wine tasting party. Thanks and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Tell Laurie is easy and delicious I find really fun your wine tasting party!

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  14. nice..i bet the orange curd was a refreshing change up....they look very nice....the pastry is the ky in tartlets...smiles...i had a lovely fathers day, thank you for asking...smiles.

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    1. Thanks Brian, Im happy you had a lovely Fathers day!

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  15. Orange curd and puff pastry sounds like a wonder dessert.

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  16. What a great recipe! I am putting this in my "must make" list. Orange curd~Yum!

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  17. Looks so yummy!!!
    Have a great day Gloria
    Un beso

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    1. Well... is true Silver, are really tiny LOL

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  19. Beautiful tartlets, Gloria! And looks so delicious

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  20. This looks delicious Gloria... hope the winter is being kind to you.

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    1. haha well Az dear today is really cold :) but I love it and is amazing to bake:)
      besos

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    2. How cold it is where you live?

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    3. Hi Blue! Now in the mornings we have -3 ° or -5° som days but we are in winter:)

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  21. You always make baking sound so easy, Gloria. And yet, I don't see me creating such perfection. How refreshing this recipe "feels"

    Thank you so much for sharing...

    P.S. I think the letter S is just perfect for a Picnic Game letter. Can't wait to "taste" what you bring that beings with the letter S
    Thanks for playing, Gloria!!!

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  22. Thanks tou you Louise, Im happy to have my letter!!!

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  23. We were both channeling lemon this week ;-) I love lemon anything and adore these little tartlets...the perfect size too (although I'm sure I wouldn't stop at one!).

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    1. Thanks Luv and yes is true is difficult eat only one:))

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  24. You got a wonderful blog this month, Gloria! And such beautiful, delicious tarts you made! xo

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    1. Yes I love this blog and they have amazing recipes:)

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  25. Citrus is so great in the Summer time (or any time - I love me some citrus!)... and these are totally adorbs!

    Happy SRC Reveal, fellow SRCer!

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  26. Mmm I love curd-infused treats! These look so good!

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    1. Me too Joanne I love lemon curd and orange curd!

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  27. Your daughter and your fur babies are beautiful, Gloria!! I hope all is well in your world. Many hugs and much love!!!

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  28. Thankd Elsie Esperanaza and dogs are a little crazy and she make dogs more crazy:)

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  29. What a luscious treat! Orange curd tastes divine.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  30. Lovely tartlets & very inviting too! YUM!

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  31. Absolutely fabulous, Gloria!
    Thank you so much xxx

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    1. Thanks Ygraine, easy and delicious :)))

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  32. ¡Qué idea tan deliciosa!. Me parecen riquísimas, y te quedaron preciosas.
    Un beso.

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    1. Gracias Marga, eres tan buena siempre:)

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  33. Bellissime e buonissime! Complimenti! :D

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  34. Oh yummy yummy this looks so amazing :-)

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  35. Dear Gloria, This looks beautiful. It is a wonderful dessert for the summer. Blessings dearest. Catherine xoxo

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  36. I know I would love these tartlets, the orange curd sounds delicious with puff pastry.

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  37. Really delightful Gloria! orange curd is such a lovely idea :)
    Mary x

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