24 September 2014

Caramel apple tarts (tartas de manzana caramelizadas)








   I love apples and usually I eat and bake them year-round.
 I find this recipe of little tarts and think could be lovely. And was awesome.
The pastry really thin and the filling delicious.

Source: From the book " Tartaletas" Sara Lewis









Ingredients
12 tarts

pastry 

350 g all purpose flour 
3 tablespoon of sugar 
160 grams of chilled butter in cubes
4 1/2 tablespoons cold water 

Method

In a bowl place the flour and sugar. Then add the butter cubes and make crumbs with fingers .
Until have  a breadcrumb texture. 
Gradually add the cold water and work dough until smooth. 
Wrap the dough in plastic film and refrigerate 15 minutes. 
Roll out on a lightly floured surface and use a round pastry cutter to cut the circles.
 And  then place in muffins cups. 
 Prick with a fork the bottom of the tarts  and refrigerate 15 minutes 
Preheat oven to 180 ° c 
Place a weight on top as  beans  or other to maintain the shape. 
Cook them 10 minutes or until crust is crisp and dry. 
Set aside  while prepare  apple filling. 

Apple filling 

4 to 5 Apples granny smith or fuji 
pitted and peeled. 
80 grams sugar 
fine zest of 1 lemon 
Juice of 1 lemon 
3 eggs 

20 grams of butter.
icing sugar for dusting

Method


Grate 3-4 large apples over a bowl  and add 2/3 of the sugar-grated lemon  and lemon juice. 
Finally add the eggs and stir well. 
When you are ready  distribute the mixture into the tarts 
Cut another apple (or 2) into thin slices and arrange on the tarts. 
Sprinkle with remaining sugar and cover each with a little butter.
Bake the tarts in the oven (180 °) 20 to 25 minutes or until filling is set and the apple slices are, starting to brown. 
Dust with icing  sugar and place in the oven about 5 minutes to caramelize.
Allow to cool and serve warm or at room temperature.



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Im sharing with this recipe
with little thumbs üp hostes this month by Kim of I- Lost in Austen
Theme: apples


  







En español
Tartas de manzana acarameladas















Ingredientes (masa)
12 tartas

350 gramos de harina
3 cucharadas de azúcar
160 gramos de mantequilla
refrigerada en cubitos

Preparación

En un bol colocar la harina y azúcar.
Entonces añadir la mantequilla haciendo migas con los dedos.
Hasta que tenga una textura de migas de pan.
Entonces agregar de a poco agua la necesaria.
Hacer una masa homogénea y envolver en un film plástico y dejar en el refrigerador 15 minutos.


90 comments:

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    1. Oh my gosh, I'm first this time. Hot dog!

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    2. And I love hot dogs!
      Those look really good Gloria....
      Perfect for our Fall weather...
      I bet they smell heavenly!
      Cheers!
      Linda :o)

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    3. Thanks Dear Ivy! yes You are first:) boggie boggie!

      Thanks Linda yes Fall is a really good time for bake with apples!!
      xo

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    4. Your food always looks wonderful.

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    5. Thanks dear but you bake amazing!!

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    6. Nice of you to say. It is much fun to be in the kitchen.

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  2. Dear Gloria, These are beautiful apple tarts. I love the fall and all of the apple recipes. Delicious. Blessings, Catherine

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  3. Hi Gloria,

    Your apple tarts look yummy...

    Would you like to link your post with us at Little Thumbs Up Apple event organised by Kit at http://i-lostinausten.blogspot.com.au/2014/09/little-thumbs-up-apple.html?

    Zoe

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    1. Thanks Zoe I would be happy to add Little Thums Up apple!
      Thanks dear:)

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  4. a thin crust tart with caramelized,sweet apples....oh these delicacies are heavenly,thanks :-)

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  5. Those look just wonderful Gloria! Magnificent! xxoo

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  6. Le mele nei dolci sono la mia passione! grazie per la ricetta
    Bacio;))

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  7. mouth watering...
    caramel apples are the bomb....
    i like my apples with just a bit of bite left too...not mush...

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  8. Wonderful tartlets and great flavors!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  9. Yummy looking as always Gloria. Have a great day!!

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  10. I adore apple desserts! These tarts are made for me,sweet Gloria!

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  11. This is a fab recipe Gloria. Apples are in season now in Europe so we have to make the most of them. They look so cute these little tarts. Bravissima!

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  12. They are pretty..and so are the tins:)

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  13. I'll eat the decorative leaves at least haha

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    1. Yes the mint leaves are good for you:)

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    2. The mint in my garden must be different to yours. Mine is much to strong to eat on it's own, it makes my eyes water!

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    3. really? are you sure is mint?:) Im kidding you!
      I had two type of mints and this is a suvevivor! Yes is smooth and nice and we take sometimes hwt water with mints leaves)

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    4. I wanna say survivor ! sorry:)

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    5. lol I'll avoid the eye watering ones

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  14. Hi Gloria
    I love apples. Today I am going to make apple tarts because I have a friend coming over to show me how to make empanadas. I thought it would be fun to fry both! BTW, I had a question on the Turron de Vino post and the Pastel de Choclo post. maybe you missed them :)
    Gracias!
    Ciao!

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    1. Ok Lori I hope the answers I give you by mail were good:)
      BTW you can mail me any time when you want answer something !
      xo

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  15. Gloria, Apples and caramel! You can't go wrong with this combination... Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Yes David maybe is true but always I think apples are amazing!

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  16. E' il periodo giusto per gustarsi questi deliziosi dessert alle mele, brava Gloria!!!
    Bacioni...

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  17. A lot of my friends in France make apple tarts, it seems to be the thing to make in the Dordogne valley. Their tarts are much the same ingredients, but full sized tarts, 25 cms in diameter usually. Those you make look very tasty.

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    1. Im sure are the best . Yes I make more large tarts but always love these little:)
      Many of better recipes (I think) are from France .

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  18. these are so cute and love the combo

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    1. Thanks dear Rebecca is a really easy recipe and love especially the pastry:)

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  19. Just perfect for autumn Gloria ~ Thanks for sharing ~

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    1. Yes Grace I wasn't sure to make apples or pumpkin! I love pumpkin too. But finally win the apples!

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  20. Perfect for fall here...beautiful, too!

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  21. I love apple desserts, Gloria! These look heavenly!

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    1. Me too Lizzy! Never I bored with apples!

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  22. These little apple tarts are so cute...perfect at to start the season.
    Have a wonderful weekend Gloria :D

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  23. Hi Gloria, your presentation is wonderful, brilliant!

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  24. Nice, Gloria. Your tarts must taste fantastic!

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  25. Adorable little individual tarts, Gloria. They look delicious!

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  26. NOTHING is better than apple pie. Even if it looks like a tart. :) LOVE these.

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    1. Thanks Maureen Im agree! I love apple tarts or apple pies!

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  27. Those baby apple tarts are so beautiful!

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  28. wow, damn delicious,
    caramel and apple is duo killer combo!!!

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  29. They're cute little tarts and they sound delicious. I bet they disappear fast at your house as they would here. thanks for the recipe, Gloria and have a good weekend!

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  30. Thanks Pam! And is true they disappear so fast!
    Have a nice weekend!
    xo

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  31. What charming apple tarts and I do love caramel and apples together. I know I would love these ;)

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  32. Such sweet little bites. Love caramel and apple together... so mouth-watering. And those little tins are too darn cute!

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  33. Hi Gloria,
    I love apple tarts, your tarts looks delicious!

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  34. I love baking with apple - these look amazing!

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  35. Apple desserts are one of my favourites! I'd love these tarts, and it's the perfect time of year to try them. Thanks!

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  36. Gloria, sei sempre bravissima, sono deliziose!!! Ne vorrei tanto una adesso! ^_^ Complimenti e un abbraccio, buon inizio settimana :**

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  37. What a perfect dessert for fall!

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  38. Your tarts look so pretty! :) And they sound amazing too- I really love apples, whether fresh or cooked- I'm sure I'd love these!

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  39. Que deliciosas tartas de manzana Gloria!! me encantan las probaré. Besos

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  40. Hi Gloria ,
    So glad that you share this lovely caramel apple tart recipe with LTU . Thanks a lot for your support . Have a nice day ;)

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