Asparagus Tart

🍴 Asparagus Is Tasty! 😋

You’re probably crazy about asparagus if you read my article about asparagus tart. Or perhaps you like appetizers and want to learn a new recipe. Or you’re just curious when you read a heading containing “asparagus tart”…

No matter the reason why you’re here, I’m going to teach you something about cooking asparagus. You probably know that asparagus is one of the most popular vegetables in spring and many people are looking for new ways of cooking it.

And this is exactly what I am going to offer you: a new method of preparing asparagus, namely like a tart, which is just perfect for a snack, as an appetizer, as party food, or even for a frugal dinner, the choice is all yours.


Enjoy making asparagus tart from scratch! 👌
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🔥 Making Asparagus Tart Is A Breeze! 💨

➡️ When I wonder if asparagus tart is the best spring appetizer, maybe I’m not just rhetorical, but rather I think that asparagus is plentiful in spring markets and has a great fresh taste that goes perfectly with different types of cheese – Gruyere, Cheddar, Mozzarella, Brie and so on …As such, I recommend that you choose one of the recipes I recommend below and make an appetizer that will definitely be a surprise appearance on your table.

➡️ Besides the divine taste that recommends, asparagus tart is extremely easy to make. You can choose to make a homemade dough (see the article below) or you can simply buy puff pastry dough from the store and make a tart worthy of a Michelin star restaurant. You don’t believe me? Just try to convince yourself once!

⬇️ Below is an inspiring culinary article that I found interesting about making asparagus tart. 👌

My favorite way to eat asparagus is steamed and drenched in melted butter, and with such a brief season, it’s hard to tire of that simple pleasure … but, sometimes, the occasion demands a bit more effort. Not much, though; this tart, which plays on the grassy spears’ affinity with rich, creamy flavors, looks impressive, but is actually more of an assembly job.

Prep 5 min

Chill 20 min

Cook 1 h r 10 min

Serves 4-6

For the pastry (or use 250g ready-made shortcrust pastry)

225g plain flour, plus extra to dust, salt, 120g cold butter , plus extra to grease, 1 egg yolk

For the filling

300g asparagus, 284ml double cream, 2 eggs, beaten, 50g Gruyère or nutty cheddar, or vegetarian alternative, finely grated Nutmeg, to grate (optional),

1 Start with the pastry

You could use shop-bought shortcrust, but it’s increasingly hard to find any made with butter, and the others tend to both contain palm oil and not taste half as good, so I’d strongly recommend giving homemade a go; it’s really not as hard as they make out on Bake Off.

2 Make the dough

Put the flour and a good pinch of salt in a large bowl, then grate or cut in the butter (alternatively, mix them in the small bowl of a food processor). Use your fingertips, or the pulse function, to […]

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