Tart and Quiche

Here's my Strawberry tart. (Think I need more work with the decorations.)


Here is a close up view.


The combination of the sweet creme patisserie and strawberries was just wonderful. I have so much of the creme left, I brought it to office today just to dip the leftover strawberries! Absolutely sinful!

Here is my Swiss Cheese Quiche. The dough was not rolled up the proper way, and I had to do patch work to get it into the flan pan. The end result: cracks on the crust. =<>


Here is a slice of the Quiche. Yes, I think I look like a terrible miser for the thin pathetic filling on the quiche. Well, hear me out. I made the filling with a recipe for a 8 or 9 inch crust. However, as my 8 inch flan pan was in use by the strawberry, I had to use my 10 inch flan pan. And the feather-brained me forgot to adjust the filling accordingly! *Hmphh...*


All in all, I would say that Mrs Child's recipes for the dough and quiche are worth the effort. Oh yes, and also Mr. Pepin's creme patisserie was really yummy. I don't know when I will be making tarts and quiche again, but I have certainly enjoyed this experimental session.

Comments

  1. Hi, I wanted to make some peach tarts that were similar to those from Delifrance so I googled and your blog came up... I think your tart looks absolutely beautiful and I aspire to do as well. It's a super old post but if you still have the recipe for the creme pattiserie could I get it from you?

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  2. Hi ty,
    I'll be happy to share the recipe with you. Just drop me your email here and I'll get back to you.

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  3. Hi, thanks for sending the creme recipe!

    Here's my own blog with pictures. ^_^

    http://indifferentworld.blogspot.com/
    [Click 'Memoire' to get to the posts]

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