Apple & pear tart

Apple & pear tart

Total: 1 hr | Active: 25 Min.
vegetarian
Nutritional value / people: 770 kcal
, Fat: 49 g
, Carbohydrate: 70 g
, Protein: 40 g

Ingredients

4 people

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Topping

2 apples
2 pears
50g walnut kernels
4tbsp birnel (pear syrup)

Pastry dough

1 rolled shortcrust pastry (approx. 32 cm in diameter)
½tsp cinnamon

To serve

2dl full cream
150g cream quark
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How it's done

Topping

Halve the apples and pears, remove the cores, cut into segments with the skin left on, roughly chop the nuts, mix with the lemon juice and pear syrup, leave to steep for approx. 10 mins. Drain the fruit and nuts, retain the juice and set aside.

Pastry dough

Sprinkle the pastry dough with cinnamon, roll with a rolling pin, prick firmly with a fork, transfer to a baking tray (approx. 30 cm diameter). Arrange the segments of fruit on top of the pastry so that they overlap a little, sprinkle with the nuts. Fold the pastry edges inwards slightly in a wavy design.

Bake

for approx. 35 mins. on the bottom shelf of an oven preheated to 200°C. Beat the cream with the reserved juice (2-3 tbsp) and the quark until stiff, refrigerate.

To serve

Beat the cream with the reserved juice (2-3 tbsp) and the quark until stiff, refrigerate.

How-tos

Chopping nuts

Chopping nuts

Whipping cream

Whipping cream

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