Crostata di albicocche (apricot tart)

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Chiara Virzì

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@Chiara_Pannacci

My boyfriend wrote me a poetry about my tarts... I still laugh, because it was really funny, but maybe this means thay taste realy good! :)

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Prep:
20 Min
Cook:
20 Min
Method:
Bake

Ingredients

How to Make Crostata di albicocche (apricot tart)

Step-by-Step

  1. Put in a bowl the flour, sugar, egg and butter.
    Mix them until you have a dough "ball".
    Now put few minutes in the fridge.
  2. Keep aside a small piece of dough (about a handful).
    Spread the dough with your hands into a baking pan (25/28 cm diameter).
    Put the jam on the dough.
  3. With a rolling pin, roll out the small piece of dough you have kept aside (helping with baking paper). Cut out some strips and place them on top of the jam.
  4. Now you're ready to put it in the oven: 180°C (356° F). It takes 15-20 min., depends on the oven.

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About Crostata di albicocche (apricot tart)

Course/Dish: Pies
Main Ingredient: Fruit
Regional Style: Italian
Other Tags: Quick & Easy For Kids
Hashtags: #tart #pastry #Apricot



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