Rosemary plum tomato tart with soft goat`s cheese recipe And Books

Lovely Recipes Home Page
Tasty and delicious selection of over 4000 delicious recipes online.
  Super Recipe Contest








Recipe Books & DVDs

Recipe Books

Recipe DVDs

Kitchen Products

Recipe Contest

Rosemary plum tomato tart with soft goat`s cheese recipe and books

So you would like to know how to make Rosemary plum tomato tart with soft goat`s cheese recipe! It is not hard, follow the steps below and enjoy your own creation. Check our books section as well!

rosemary plum tomato tart with soft goat`s cheese

8 large plum tomatoes
1 pack readyrolled puffed pastry
Sea salt and black pepper
2 sprigs rosemary stems discarded needles roughly chopped
1 freerange egg beaten to glaze
virgin olive oil
1 small tub soft goat`s cheese beaten
with creme frafche to serve

Stab the tomatoes all over with the point of a knife and submerge in a kettleful of boiling water for about a minute.
Drain peel off and discard the skin then cut in half lengthways.
Unroll the puff pastry onto an oiled baking sheet trim off a couple of millimetres of pastry from each side (this will help it puff up) then cut the pastry into four strips and separate. (If your tomatoes are extra big you may only get three strips out of your pastry. Measure a tomato against the pastry first: there should be at least a lcm of puff around each one.)
Lie the tomato halves cut side down along each pastry strip (you should manage four on each).
Then using the tip of a knife score a shallow cut in the pastry around each one this allows the pastry to rise around the tomatoes as the tart bakes.
Next sprinkle everything with a little sea salt and black pepper and the pastry with the chopped rosemary. Then brush the pastry heavily with the beaten egg.
Brush the tomatoes with a little virgin olive oil and bake in a 200C/400F/Gas Mark 6 oven for 15 to 20 minutes until well puffed and golden.
Slosh a little of the oil over the tomatoes again once cooked and serve each tart with a sizeable spoonful of goat`s cheese cream.

I have a thing about tucking up veg in strips of puff pastry. Apart from their charming looks these tarts taste the business and are fantastically easy to knock together. Eat with a good green leaf salad. The quantities given here are for a light main course; halve them for a starter.

This Recipe Serves 4


We truly hope you will like this American recipe, and enjoy your tasty Rosemary plum tomato tart with soft goat`s cheese recepie. Check out these great recipe books and learn how to make Rosemary plum tomato tart with soft goat`s cheese!
View Recipe Books - Rosemary Recipe

TopThank you for visiting Lovely Recipes and Books Web Site!
Website Design And Hosting -