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Chocolate Drop Tartolet with Fruit Pieces

Release Date: 08-04-2008
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I prepared them as the second dessert on the evening when my guests came, but since the puddings with pieces of fruit in the wine glass were dominant, I remained cute tartlets :( But every time I pass through the kitchen, one of them is missing :) I recommend a very light and delicious treat.

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Materials:

For the tart dough:

150 gr. pastry margarine
1 cup of powdered sugar
1 eggs
1-1,5 cups flour

For the filling:

1 box of raw cream
half a glass of dried fruit
half a glass of chocolate chips

Fabrication:

First we sift 1 glass of flour into a wide bowl, after a hole is made in the middle, we break the egg into it.
Cut the margarine into cubes and add it to the flour. After sifting and adding the powdered sugar, we knead it until we get a dough that does not stick to the hand. If the flour is less, you can add half a glass of flour by sifting it.
On the lightly floured counter, we open the dough to half a centimeter thickness with the help of a rolling pin and pour it into the previously floured tartoler molds. With the help of a fork, we make holes in the dough.
220 minutes in the preheated oven at 15 degrees. until we cook.

While the tartlets are cooking, we whip 1 pack of raw cream in a deep bowl at high speed for about 5-6 minutes and let it rest in the refrigerator. We leave the tartlets that we take out of the oven to cool.
We put chocolate and fruit pieces in the cooled tartolet bases and fill them as we want with the hardened cream we put in the cream bag. We serve it by decorating it with leftover chocolate and fruit pieces.

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  • On February 15, 2011 at 13:34
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    How long will they last if we keep them in the fridge? Should it be consumed immediately or can we keep it for 1 night?

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  • on August 19, 2010 at 15:52
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    Can you recommend an oil other than margarine? For example, if we use butter, would it have a strong smell or something so that we try not to consume margarine.. thanks in advance.

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    • on August 19, 2010 at 22:44
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      You can use butter instead of margarine, it will be more delicious and aromatic :)

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