The lime & raspberry tart you need to try!
When the weather starts to become hot, we all know that it could be quite a nightmare to bake in a kitchen even warmer.
As a real food lover, I can’t think of not baking at all during summertime. So, I have to be creative in my recipes.
What’s a better idea than an oven free tart recipe. The fresh aspect of the fruits and the delicious and tasty flavor of the tart.
Who wants to jump in?
About this Recipe
I really like fruit tarts. Easy & quick to bake, you could easily customize them with any cream or fruits you like to create a ton of recipes from one idea.
So, I get inspired by a combo between a cheesecake biscuit on the bottom, a light cream with mascarpone cheese and some lime zest to bring coolness to the recipe.
And finally, fresh raspberries on the top to use our delicious seasonal products.
- 1,8 oz (150g) of petit beurre (French shortbread biscuit)
- 1/3 cup (80g) of butter
- 4,4 oz (125g) of mascarpone cheese
- 1/3 cup (75g) of liquid cream with 30% of fat
- 1/4 cup (50g) of granulated sugar
- 1 tbsp of vanilla sugar
- 1 lime zest
- 10,5 oz (300g) of raspberry
Step by Step Instructions
Crumble the biscuits with a mixer or a rolling pin. Place them in a mixing bowl.
Add the melted butter and stir to obtain a sand texture. Pour your mix in your tart pan and press with a spoon or any flat tool to obtain a regular surface.
Place in the fridge to cool for an hour.
Whisk together the mascarpone cheese with the sugar, the vanilla sugar & the vanilla. Add the liquid cream and whisk them until they thicken.
Then, wash carefully your lime and take a microplane grater. Take off the zest from your lime and place them in your cream. Stir a little bit to incorporate everything together.
Take back your pie crust and pour inside your cream. Place on the top your fresh raspberries.
Your tart is ready! Place it in the fridge for an hour before tasting.
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