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Two Easy Spanish Apple Tarts

By October 11, 2013

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Apple Tart - Tarta de Manzana

Autumn is the time for fresh apples. Apple orchards in the north of Spain are full of crunchy, juicy apples, which are used to make apple tarts. You can spend less than an hour and preparing either of these delicious Spanish apple desserts. One uses puff pastry crust and is topped with apricot preserves glaze. The other uses sliced apples mixed with half-and-half and egg for a creamy filling.

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October 17, 2013 at 9:31 am
(1) Kitty says:

So my comment is, I keep seeing lovely Spanish desserts and they all seem to use store bought “puff”pastry. Don’t the people in Spain know how to make a pie crust? Or is a pie crust not known is Spain and it’s so involved to make a puff pastry at home that it’s just the practice to buy it frozen now?

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