Tarts, pies, anything with butter and a touch of sugar is something I will devour, but more and more what I love is to play in the kitchen and change recipe sizes and flavors. Chilled really does make a difference, the type of butter does as well, and it really is quite simple to make a delicious dessert with whatever fruit you have on hand.
In the past I have shared two different recipes for apple tarts: the classic French apple tart that is quite similiar to today’s recipe, but offers more servings and more formality (but still simple to do), and the plump apple tartlets (love the topping for this recipe!).
Today’s recipe is the perfect size for one or two at home, and it takes fewer than 15 minutes to make (plus 30 minutes of chill time for the pastry dough). The simplicity is deceptive because the flavor is abundant. Enjoy!
Rustic Apple Tart for Two
~inspired by Susan Herrman Loomis’ book In a French Kitchen