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Like many of my recipes, I like easy, I like fast and I like no fuss but don’t get me wrong, I want flavor. One of my favorite chefs is Ina Garten but some of her recipes can call for weird ingredients and no shortcuts so it can be a little daunting. I decided to make her French Apple Tart and do it an easy, mini version that will take up less time and to do it in a way that is more practical to the everyday mother.
So for myself I went and picked up items of convenience. Of course there is the puff pastry sheets, the granny smith apples and the apricot jelly. Everything else I had on hand. If you wanted to prepare the apples ahead of time, go ahead and use a bit of freshly squeezed lemon juice on them to prevent them from turning brown. Another one of my weapons is my Samsung Galaxy Avant that I just picked up for $149 on Walmart Family Mobile. It helped me follow Ina’s simple instructions to a T and was a total resource for my scattered mind.
Mini Apple French Tart Recipe
- 1 pkg Puff Pastry Sheets
- 4 Granny Smith Apples
- Granulated Sugar
- 4 Tbsp. unsalted Butter
- 3 Tbsp. Apricot Jelly
- Lemon Juice if needed
- Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.
- Thaw your Puff Pastry Sheets either overnight in the fridge or at room temperature for 40 minutes and unwrap.
- Use two sheet pans and lay out each sheet of dough onto each sheet pan.
- Cut each puff pastry into 6 sections. Once lengthwise and twice widthwise.
- *Be sure to keep dough as cold as possible until you are ready to put it in the oven.
- Cut your Granny Smith apples in half lengthwise and core. Now cut off the tops and bottoms to keep out any of the stems. Just like Ina says, she doesn't use the ends because she likes to keep the tart looking beautiful.
- Slice your apples about 1/4" thick and place them on the diagonal directly on the puff pastry.
- Once all your tarts are complete, sprinkle each tart with some granulated sugar and dot lightly with unsalted butter. Do not go heavy on the butter, you won't get the crispy edges. 🙁
- Bake at 400 degrees for 25 min. watching to make sure that there are no bubbles forming in your dough. If there is, just poke it with a fork to release the air. Once your pastries are removed, just put some of the Apricot Jelly in a microwave safe bowl and heat for 30 seconds. Brush that on your pastries and they are ready to serve.
So another great way to utilize my secret weapon is use your data for a shopping trip. Pinterest is a great resource while your shopping. Ideally it’s something you want to lock down before but we don’t always have our ducks in a row. If someone asks you to make dinner for a family or you decided right then and there to try something new, head to Pinterest and try the popular page for some great resources. It’s not how it used to be where we used to have to rely on hard bound cookbooks or word of mouth to see if something was worth trying. If something was not good, people will let that be known!
So if you want to try this recipe along with many others, head on over to Walmart and grab a phone today. They have many available and their Unlimited Talk, Text & Data plan is only $29.88 (for the first line) a month which includes 500MB and 4G LTE data.
So tell me, which recipe on Pinterest have you been dying to try?
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