17 April 2021

Fig frangipane Tart ( Tartas de higos y almendras)

 



Here we are again with a  new recipe for the end of the summer season, fig and almond tarts, we love figs and  a friend who lives nearby gave us someones, the problem is everybody love figs here and I hide someones and yesterday I made these tarts.

Like many recipes I make, this is a compendium of several I was seeing ,  always I try to simplify recipes.

Because not all people make recipes like this  all the time.

For the same reason, if you want make this recipe, you can use a single large pan, although I wanted to do it in individual portions

You can use the same  recipe, not problem.

Hope you really enjoy this  recipe and take care, you know, we live difficult times !

hugs for all

Gloria


Source :  Spatula dessert - Yotam Ottolenghi "Sweet"







Fig frangipane Tarts  (tartas de higos y almendras)


Ingredients

For the Pate Sablee

90 grams icing sugar

240 all purpose flour

30 grams almond flour (or grinded almonds)

pinch of salt

110 grams cold unsalted butter 

1 egg


For the frangipane filling

70 grams  butter room temperature

70 grams granulated sugar

2 eggs

1 teaspoon vanilla extract or almond extract

70 grams almond flour

30 grams all purpose flour

pinch of salt

4 or 5 figs cut into half


Method

Sift together dry ingredient, flour, icing sugar, almond flour and salt.

Add cold butter and rub the mixture between yours hands until it becomes a sand like consistency. They will take around a minute or two.

Add egg into the mixture and mix with your hands just until the dough comes together.

Knead with the palm of your hand for a minute or two  just until the dough becomes smooth. Form a disk and cover the dough in plastic wrap.

Let it rest in the fridge for 1 hour. You can leave it resting in the fridge over night if you like.

After the dough rested  roll out into about  2mm thickness .

(You can roll between too two parchment paper ) 

Place again the dough in to the frideg by 30 minutes between the parchmente paper.

Take the dough out from the fridge and cut 6 circles - this will be the bottom of the tart crust.

Put this in the pans you will use.

I used ceramic molds but you can use any type you have.

Place the  pans or molds in a tray and put in the fridge by 1 hour.

Prehheat oven to 160° c  (320 °F

After this time take pans and put into the oven.

(bake about 10 minutes)

For the frangipane cream

Prepare frangipane cream (almond cream) creaming butter to room temperature and ad sugar until fluffy then add the eggs and vanilla extract, finally folding in flour, almond and salt.

Will be like a soft cream.

After baking the tarts remove from oven  and spread or pipe almond cream on each of the tarts (aprox. 1/2)

Place half a fig into echa tart if they are too big trim them to according to the size of the baking tin you use. Try to place the fig halves in the middle of the tarts.

Put the tarts back of the ovn and bak about 10 to 15 minutes.(or until they will be little golden)

Take tarts out and let them cool by a while.


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Sure autumn is here just now!

Por fin se ve como otoño




Tartas de higos y almendras




Indeed dogs love all season !

Los perros disfrutan todo el tiempo





Ingredientes masa

90 grams azucar flor o impalpable

240 gramos harina sin polvos de hornear

30 gramos harina de almendras (o almendras molidas sin piel)

pizca de sal

110 gramos mantequilla bien fria

1 huevo


Ingredientes crema de almendras

70 gramos mantequilla a temperatura ambiente

70 gramos azucar granulada

2 huevos

1 cucharadita extracto de vainilla o de almendras

70 gramos harina almendras (o almendras molidas)

30 gramos harina sin polvos de hornear

pizca de sal

4 o 5 higos cortados a la mitad


Preparacion











76 comments:

  1. Che buoni i fichi e adorabili le monoporzioni ^_^
    Un abbraccio forte.

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  2. Grazie cara Dani, un abbraccio anche a te!

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  3. I adore anything with frangipane. These individual tarts with fresh figs are so tempting and beautiful, Gloria.

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  4. bella idea, non la conoscevo. Da noi sta arrivando ora l'estate :)

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    1. Merci beaucoup Monique, love ceramic dishes!

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  6. They sound delicious and we have a lot of whole bottled figs from last year, I think they would de well in this recipe. Keep well and stay safe, Diane

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    1. Thanks Diane Im sure your bottled fig will be fine with this recipe!

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  7. So pretty, Gloria! I love individual desserts. I wish we could sit together and enjoy these....that would be so fun!!! xoxo

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    1. aww dear Lizz I will happy to take a tea with you an some of these, hugs!!

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  8. As you know from my recent posts, Gloria, I love anything with frangipane - and your fig tart is no exception! Beautiful. I love Ottolenghi's SWEET - so many good recipes!

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  9. Yes David I know, I love frangipane too, I was really like this friend of us gave us figs! Is my first time en years I have a lot of figs!! Ottollenghi is a nice man and I have Sweet and Simple, love his books!!

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  10. I love desserts or cookies with figs. Your tart looks delicious! Have wonderful week

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  11. Bellissime in monoporzione!!

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  12. I love fig, your looks delicious :-)

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  13. Fortunata ad avere i fichi freschi dall'albero. Deliziose queste tortine, brava

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    1. Grazie Terry, really tru I was lucky my friend gave us some figs, I m so happy!!
      Un abbraccio

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  14. Oh WOW, thank you so much for this, dearest Gloria...frangipane is my favourite tart, and now I just have to go and bake one. But I have never tried it with fig. I'm sure it will be absolutely delicious!😊😊
    It seems so strange to see your autumn trees...when we are just into early spring here! Lol
    Love the bowl of cherries in your header too...brings back happy memories of my childhood...my Dad used to have a giant cherry tree that was always full of fruit in the summer!

    Sending much love and hugs, dear friend. I hope you are well and happy!❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

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    1. Thanks Ygraine, I love frangipane too, you can make with fis or pears tto, yes all of my friends tell is strange we are in autumn, but always I know we are in summer and a lot of you in winter, the same for autumn you are in spring, thanks by coming, send you hugs and love

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  15. Ciao Gloria che buon dessert, mi piace pensare al tuo autunno mentre qui sta arrivando primavera! Un abbraccio

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  16. Dear Gloria, such a lovely dessert with frangipane and fresh figs from your friend's tree! Around here, of course, it is late spring and fresh figs won't be available for a while, but your tart is still wonderful to look at right now and and keep in mind for later.
    Take good care of yourself!
    Andrea

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    1. Thanks dear Andrea, yes I think some of you dont have figs still, but to the end of summer they arrive! thanks by stopping by Andrea!

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  17. Higos y almendras que buena :-)))))

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  18. Que delidioso Gloria!!....amo los higos, y esta mezcla con frangipane es maravillosa!!....que suerte tienes higos frescos!!......Abrazotes, Marcela

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    1. Gracias Marcela, Te dire estoy asombrada y maravillada de tener higos frescos, lo que pasa es que la Paulina me decia que primera vez que le dio la higuera! Yo feliz un abrazo

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  19. Gloria, People don't seem to cook with figs too much here in the USA. The most common use of figs seems to be just eating fresh or dried figs or eating fig jam. Strange seeing fall season in Chile while we're getting close to summer here. We've only been in the Southern Hemisphere twice, once to Australia and once to New Zealand. It was a starling adjustment going from winter here to summer there... Stay Safe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Dear David I love when you talk about food there, I love figs but is not easy find figs recipes, anyway always Im searching anywhere, fruit's recipes, I love fresh too but I think looks lovely in recipes of tarts or cakes,yes finally we are close to autumn and I appreciate you know with the pandemia and hot is terrible, autumn is fresh and love the wind!
      Yes we are like New Zealand and Australia, stay safe and hugs for you both!!

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  20. Unas tartaletas muy ricas😋 llevando almendra el éxito está asegurado 😏besinos

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  21. Such a nice looking recipe.
    Lovely to see your Autumn trees and the dog in the shade.

    All the best Jan

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    1. Thanks to you Jan, yes he is a happy dog in the trees!

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  22. Summer is on its way here with leaves just unfurling and a light green. I wish I had a fig tree, but no one I know in these parts have been able to get them to grow (I think we're just a bit too cold). But we do produce nice grapes and apples!

    https://fromarockyhillside.com

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    1. Summer is lovely with all these fruits you can wait !
      My friend said US is the first time she has too many figs (and Im happy of course) I have a little figs tree but with only with some figs.
      Hope the Next year I would have more.
      Hugs

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  23. YUM! I love figs. Your tart looks wonderful.

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  24. Thanks Pam ! I love figs and Im fort7nate this yea because I received fresh figs!!

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  25. Mi sembra ieri che invidiavo la tua bella stagione e ora già voi siete in autunno e noi stiamo cominciando, finalmente, la primavera!!! Quanto mi piacciono i fichi e tu li hai resi ancor più golosi con queste deliziose monoporzioni!!!
    Un forte abbraccio

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  26. All seasons are beautiful cara, I love autumn so much but spring is wonderful too!!
    Un abbraccio!!!

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  27. Fig and almond - what a great combination!

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  28. What a great dessert, Gloria! It looks delicious!!! I'd love to make it but fresh figs are rarely seen in the markets here, like almost never. Great fall pics! I'm waiting for warmer spring weather here. Take care

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    1. Thanks Pam, all here love figs, so is difficult make some desserts or cakes.
      Hugs Pam

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  29. The figs look perfectly ripe, I can see why you would want to hide some for this delicious dessert.

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    1. Thanks Karen, yes were perfect and think for this Paulina gave us too because are just in time.
      Hugs

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  30. I have yet to make anything from that cookbook, but now this one looks so good! Thanks for reminding me! Hope you are doing well!

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    1. Thanks so much Abbe I love this book and love Ottelengui, he has amazing recipes!

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  31. I have a hard time finding fresh figs here any time of the year, but we do have dried figs readily available. I will try those in this recipe. Looks super yum and I like that you made them individual. Hugs ♥

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    1. Theresa I think with dry figs would be delicious too!! I love dry figs too!thanks to you and hugs!

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  32. Magnificent little desserts that are just beautiful Gloria. I am sure that these would be delightful with a nice cup of tea!

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  33. Amo i fichi e questi tuoi dessert monoporzione sono deliziosi!
    baci
    Alice

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  34. I love figs but have never tried baking with them. This looks delicious!
    Amalia
    xo

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    1. Thanks Amalia, we love them too! Fresh and baked are amazing!

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  35. A dessert very chic and so delicious!

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  36. Looks so yummy. I like to simplify too. Makes life so much easier! xoxo

    Elsie

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  37. très beau dessert c'est un fruit que j'aime beaucoup
    bonne soirée

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  38. The fig dessert looks beautiful! I can imagine it is very tasty. What a nice treat to have in the fall. :) Enjoy! Hugs!
    ~Jess

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  39. Thanks so much Jess!! Hope you are ok , send you hugs!

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  40. Looks delicious! Fig base desserts are my favourite.

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  41. Wow another brilliant dessert! Love figs, love frangipane. And so with you on the individuals sized servings. I just wish figs were easier for us to get...

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