Alright, about today's post is a light and delicious tart that i found in the book "The lifestyle Cuisine magazine" again. I actually made this for my daughter's teachers in her kindergarten. Don't get me wrong, my daughter is no more in kindie but we just make a day to visit her old teachers who she miss..:)
The recipe calls for plain yogurt but I've used a blueberry flavored yogurt instead. I just want the taste to be more concentrated with blueberries. The colour was a beautiful purple with a light touch of yogurt and a crispy chocolate crust...yummy! Again my daughter took 2 of the tarts after her dinner! Too bad I only had a small bite of it, I'm sure to make this again for myself soon..:)
The Crust: (makes 20 small tarts) 250g plain flour
10g cocoa powder
40g beaten egg
~ Combine flour, cocoa powder and salt. Rub in butter then add in beaten egg and make to form a dough. (Do not knead too much).
~ Wrap dough with cling foil and chill for 30 minutes.
~ Roll out dough to fit a small pie mould, press and trim off edge.
~ Prick the base of the dough with a fork and bake in preheated oven at 180'C for 10 minutes. (shown above)
~ Remove crust from oven and set aside.
400g blueberry yogurt
20ml fresh milk
2 eggs (beaten)
~ Bring fresh milk and sugar to boil. Remove and leave to cool.
~ Add yogurt and beaten egg into the cooled milk mixture and mix well.
~ Pour filling into baked tarts crust.
~ Bake at 180'C for 25-30 minutes until the top of the fillings are set.
~ Remove from tarts / pie mould to cool.
Alittle icing sugar
~ Place some fresh blueberries on top of the tarts and sprinkle some icing sugar.
~ Chill the tarts before serving.
The crust was good, had a light flavour of cocoa which matched the blueberry fillings perfectly. Its a good dessert to serve after a heavy meal..:) Hope you'll like this as much as I do!