A Tart You Will Never Forget!!


This is my favorite tart recipe. The crust and cream were adopted from Mr. Stelios Parliaros baking program “Glykes Alchimies”. Mr. Parliaros is my favorite confectioner. I have two of his books, and believe me, whatever he does is a success. His sweets are like poetry!!!

I used one apple, one pear, one orange and one strawberry for my final decoration. The final addition to the tart was one or two tablespoons of pistachio nuts.

I do not like using any type of gel on top of this sweet. I find the taste of the fruits much better than the typical gel they usually use on top of tarts.

Since I am not sure whether I can share this recipe with you I will just add a link to Mega TV and Glykes Alchimies. The program is in Greek but I am sure the recipes can be found in English as well.

I hope you like it too!!!


Comments

  1. Just yesterday I was at a cooking store in my neighborhood and I picked up a tart dish, stared at it, and put it down. I'm so scared of making tarts for some reason! Yours looks absolutely delicious. The pistachios on top sound awesome!

    Oh also, I gave you a Stylish Blogger Award :)
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  2. This looks wonderful! The color combination is so pretty!

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  3. Wow! This one looks really mouth watering!

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  4. This looks lovely, refreshing fruit and sweet pastry. I also had to look up Mr Parliaros too, it's interesting to see who baking on each others TV. We have Raymond Blanc, a Frenchman who we let in :-) Now we are keeping him !

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  5. Such a beautiful tart. You have a real knack for decorating...lovely!

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  6. This tart looks delicious! Love the pistachios on top too!

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  7. Lovely! My favorite are tarts too. Never boring :)

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  8. I like how you used the combination of fruits and it looks great!

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  9. Just lovelly...and we can add the fruit we love the most so it can always be different...

    Kisses,
    Rita

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  10. What a beautiful tart. The fruits look so beautiful.

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  11. This looks so delicious and yummy !!!

    priyaam

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  12. This is such a lovely light fresh dessert - it's almost as healthy as fruit salad with the luxurious decadence of cream and the delicious crust.

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  13. hey pl do put down the recipe here. tarts have such a wonderful fruity taste, one complementing the other...i've not been getting updates on your posts. i'm following you...so i thought you've been busy and not posting!! lemme do it once again.

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  14. Thank you for your comment. Somebody else told me the same thing about not getting updates from my blog. I really do not know what is going on. Can somebody help me to resolve this problem?

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  15. i started following you again. contact Yoboy at southernspeakers.net.

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  16. Wonderful tart, thank you for sharing, and have agreat weekend :)

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  17. Gorgeous tart! I can see why it's your favorite!

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  18. ο κ.Παρλιάρος θα ήταν πολύ περήφανος για τη μαθητρια...αριστουργημα!(και καλώς σας βρηκα!)

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  19. Σ'ευχαριστώ πολύ για τα καλά σου σχόλια. Καλωσόρισες στο blog μου!!!

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  20. wow... truly a sweet confection!!! I love cooking but I really haven't try baking yet, with all your post, I'm starting to get encourage to try baking aswell... nice one, keep up your sweet confections...

    http://www.mydailyrecipe.blogspot.com for more asian recipes for you to try

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  21. What a stunning tart. I haven't tried making one before.

    You have a lovely blog and I enjoyed spending time here.
    Thankyou for dropping by mine and leaving your precious comment.

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  22. Look amazing, I love these three fruits, I´ll try this recipe

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  23. This looks superb! Love the way you decorated the tart!

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