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Plum and white chocolate fragipane tarts

by Clare Mansell
Plum and white chocolate fragipane tarts

Last weekend when we had our housewarming, one of the guests brought us a bag full of fresh plums. Or rather to be accurate one of the guests friends who we had never met before, brought us a bag of plums. We live in that sort of place, where strangers turn up at our door with bags of fresh fruit and no one bats an eyelid.

So anyway, as I already have a good stash of plums in the freezer, I thought I should turn the plums into a dessert and this is what I came up with. A sort of combination of everything that was in the cupboard/fridge. The result was rather delicious and that comes from someone who has spent most of the last couple of days not eating…. but that’s a whole other story!

Ingredients…
Pastry base
250g plain flour
125g unsalted butter
80g caster sugar
1 egg
Fragipane filling
180g unsalted butter
180g icing sugar
2 free range eggs
120g ground almonds
50g plain flour
50g white chocolate chips
6 fresh plums
(Makes 6)
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Make the pastry by combining the flour, butter and caster sugar in a food processor until they look like breadcrumbs, then add the egg and allow the mixture to come together in a ball.

Next roll the pastry out and cut to fit your tart tins.

Refrigerate tins with pastry cases while you make the frangipane. To do this beat the butter and icing sugar together until light and fluffy. Mix in the eggs one by one, then stir in the almonds flour and finally the white chocolate chips.

Fill the pastry case with the fragipane mixture and top with fresh plums cut into thin slices.

Bake at 175c for 25 minutes.

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I’m entering my plum tarts recipe into the Rix Aga Inspired Recipes competition for a chance to win a £100 Waitrose voucher…

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4 comments

Lilinha Espindula August 31, 2014 - 10:22 pm

It looks very tasty and easy to make. I should try making it soon! 🙂 x

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Laura Side Street September 1, 2014 - 12:31 am

Oh wow seriously how amazing does this look – what a yummy delight on a plate and actually doesn’t sound too hard to make either – thanks for sharing

Laura x

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Erica Price September 1, 2014 - 6:24 am

These look gorgeous and just the sort of thing I’d order in a restaurant. I’d not thought of trying making them myself.

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AliceMegan September 1, 2014 - 12:23 pm

Why do my guests not turn up with plums I now feel I need new friends 😉 These look super tasty

AliceMegan

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