26 October 2018

Baked-Egg Tartlets ( Tartas con huevo al horno y ensaladas)










Spring is just starting  here in the Southern hemisphere.
But even the mornings are very cold. 
But the most beautiful are the roses that have begun to bloom little by little. When we arrived at this house there was nothing, absolutely nothing around, no plants, trees, or flowers.

The house was abandoned several years.(all these was about 10 years ago)
 And these roses were brought to me( 10 years ago) by a lady who lived close our house  and said :
you have to plant these roses, are amazing.
We made.
They are like a miracle. They have also multiplied over these years.

Baked egg tartlets

About the recipe are   simple and delicious individual tarts  with a mustard sauce and  egg inside that is baking in the oven. Are really  delicious.
I love to serve  with  asparagus and some salads.


A big hug to all and have a nice weekend!

Source :Victoria magazine








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Baked-egg Tartlets

Thyme Tartlet shells

2 1/2 cupsall purpose flour
1 teaspoon ground thyme1 teaspoon coarse salt
1 teaspoon sugar
1 cup unsalted butter chilled and diced
1/3 cup ice water

In the work bowl of a food processor, combine flour, thyme, salt and sugar, pulse to mix. Add butter and mix until mixture is crumbly. With food processor running slowly add water in a slow steady tream. Continue to process until mixture forms a ball.
Remove dough form into a disk and wrap with plastic wrap. Refrigerate about 1 1/2 hour.
Preheat oven to 180° C (350°F) On alightly floured surface roll dough .
Using a 6 inch round cutter cut 6 rounds from dough.
Press dough into bottoms and up sides of 6 tartlets pans. Line with parchment paper and fill with weights.
Bake for 20 minutes or until golden brown. Cool and set aside.

Baked egg tartlets (6 tartlets)

1 tablespoon olive oil 1 shallot diced
1/2 cup grated cheese like parmesan
1 tablespoon dijon mustard
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup heavy cream
6 large eggs

Preheat oven to 200°c ( 420 °F)
In a medium sauce pan  heat olive oil over medium heat.
Add shallot and cook stirring  occasionally until is tender. Add mustard, salt cheese and cream .
Continue  to cook until mixture is thick about 8 minutes.
Spoon mixture into each tartlet shell. Carefully pour 1 egg atop each tartlet  and bake about 10 minutes or to desired degree of doneness. Serve inmeditaely with asparagus and salads.


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The little tarts ready for oven














En español
Tartas con huevo al horno y ensaladas











78 comments:

  1. Looks so good, and happy spring!

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    1. Thanks Christine,you know spring is beautiful but I love Autumn! xo

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  2. This would make a great weekend brunch! YUMMY!

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  3. Oh, if someone would prepare such delicacies for me

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  4. These little tartlets look so yummy.

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  5. As we go into Autumn, you are enjoying Spring …
    Roses are such a lovely flower, beautiful colours.

    Your tartlet looks yummy, and goes perfectly with asparagus, many thanks for sharing the recipe.

    Happy weekend wishes

    All the best Jan

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  6. Wow...I was just wondering what to cook for lunch on this cold and frosty morning...now I have the perfect idea!
    Thank you so, so much for sharing your wonderful and inspiring recipes, dearest Gloria...you are so talented!! :))

    Have an amazing weekend!

    Much Love & Hugs xoxoxo

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    1. Thanks Ygraine ! Hope you enjoy this recipe! Really I love so much xo

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  7. What an elegant way to serve eggs!! Perfect for a special breakfast!! xo

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    1. Thanks Lizzy is good for brakfast but is lovely for a brunch too ! xoxo

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  8. Sure would make for a fine breakfast. Multiply they sure do as spring has sprung, we get crummy fall though ugg

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    1. Thanks Pat. I know you dont like Fall :)
      But I really love autumn!!

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  9. Was it your birthday?:) Love the plate too:)

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    1. nope Monique is not My birthday, it is in June ! when I talk about the lady this was about 10 years ago, my roses now are from these roses she bring to me ! hugs!

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  10. I never tried anything like this. Looks good, though, although I'm not a huge fan of eggs.

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  11. These tartlets sound delicious. And, the roses are beautiful! Hope you're having a great weekend.

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  12. Gloria, Very interesting! I've never seen anything like this...closest being a quiche. Add my Tabasco sauce and I'd be a happy fellow. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  13. J'en mangerai avec grand plaisir.
    A bientôt

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  14. I've pinned this recipe, it sounds perfect for a brunch with friends. Your roses are absolutely beautiful, I love the color.

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    1. Thanks Karen I use for brunch and for lunch too. Thanks by coming !

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  15. Che bella la primavera, qua siamo in autunno e piove tantissimo.
    Ottime queste tortine, mi piacciono tanto :)
    Un bacio e buona settimana

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  16. Mi piacciono i piatti preparati in questo modo.
    Bacioni Gloria.

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  17. Ciao Gloria, ma che belle le uova servite così, anche per un antipastino una cosa davvero nuova, grazie, baciotti :)

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  18. Carina l'idea di fare delle tartellette con l'uovo dentro. Non ci avevo mai pensato

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    1. I love this recipe cara Elena , is easy and delicious, The kids love these ! baci

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  19. Oh, my, Gloria! Your egg tartlets look very delicious! I've never heard of this and want to try baking them. They'd make a perfect breakfast. How nice of your neighbor -- the roses are gorgeous! Happy Spring!

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    1. Thanks Pam, I was in love whe I saw, and the twins love them !! Have a nice day!

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  20. Lucky - I love spring time and roses! They are beautiful.

    Your breakfast looks delicious.

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  21. Splendide le rose, quale miglior addobbo per la casa!!!
    Le tue tartellette all'uovo sono troppo invitanti per non essere copiate subito!!!
    Baci

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  22. This tarts are also good for Sunday brunch!

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  23. These are so cute Gloria, and I am loving the thyme in the crust of the tarts...great as a meal.
    Thank you for the inspiration...have a wonderful week!

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  24. I really love eggs and these tartlets look delicious, Gloria! I love the crust and everything about them. Beautiful flowers!! Happy spring to you, Dear :) xo

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    1. Thanks Susan ! I love these tartlets too, are lovely for lunch or brunch! Hugs!

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  25. These baked egg tartlets look yummy, perfect for breakfast or anytime of the day. Love your roses.

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    1. Thanks Dawn ! Really true are good for lunch or breakfast!

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  26. Buonissimo piatto e molto equilibrato!

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  27. I love individual servings like this. And how pretty they are! Love the crust.

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  28. Your roses are stunning! I love that a neighbor brought them by. How sweet is that all those years ago. It really warms my heart. I confess, I'm jealous of your warming temps as ours start to fall. Much love and hugs to you, my dear friend!

    Elsie

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  29. Dear Elsie you would love this old lady was the mom of a friend close here.The most amazing when she arrived we had only some plants and some little trees (now are beauty I love apricots)
    I know you love a warm weather :)
    But Im a crazy that love Fall. Today with Esperanza we say "what beautiful day) was cloudy lol

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  30. Buonissime queste frittatine e anche belle da vedere. Un abbraccio cara

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  31. What gorgeous roses! What a gift for sure. Glad they bloomed and multiplied.

    This egg tartlet sounds amazing. I have never had one. It looks so appealing and I love asparagus too. Yum!
    ~Jess

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  32. Un delizioso piatto, ottimo abbinamento!

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  33. Looks delicious! And this would be a most elegant breakfast or brunch!

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  34. Thanks Inger, yes it is really good!

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  35. Un uovo che nasconde una sorpresa sotto di sé! Che idea originale, Gloria :-).
    Qui è autunno...la pioggia sembra non volerci abbandonare e le temperature si sono decisamente abbassate.
    Quelle rose sono stupende!
    Un abbraccio

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  36. che bello incominciare la giornata con una buona colazione, buona primavera cara Gloria! Un abbraccio

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  37. Looks like a yummy breakfast. Your plate is so cute too!

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  38. Looks so delicious with perfectly cooked eggs!

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