Raspberry tartlets
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Raspberry tartlets

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Serves 1 - 6 Tartlets

Fresh and light tartlets

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Ingredients

  • 1xshortcrust pastry
  • 250 gr mascarpone cheese
  • 70 ml whipping cream
  • 2 tablespoons icing sugar
  • 2 tablespoons grappa liqueur
  • raspberries

Method

    1. Preheat the oven at 180 ºC. Line a loose bottomed tart tin with butter and then with the pastry. Bake the pastry for about 10-12 minutes or until golden.
    2. Combine all the ingredient in a bowl, leaving out the raspberry. Beat until firm and fill the pastry. Decorate with the raspberries.

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limavady
29th Apr, 2009
I also would like to know what alternative could be used for Grappa liqueur. But with regards to the the question posed by 'chesty', I have bought my 'loose bottom tart tins' from Tesco.
chesty
29th May, 2008
Where exactly does one find a loose bottomed tart ?????
marshmallow
15th May, 2008
5.05
The first line of the Method for this recipe had me convulsed wtih laughter! Was your Sub asleep at the time? Cookery was never so exciting before!
wyattperry
15th May, 2008
Grappa liqueur? Regret to admit, I have not heard of this. is it readily available , and if I cannot find it, can I use an alternative? Recipe sounds and looks very tempting.
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