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Puff Pastry Peach Tart ~ 水蜜桃挞


This is a simple recipe, no-frills tart that attracts your eyes as well as your taste buds.  A refreshing and appetizing dessert for your sweet tooth after a  scrumptious meal.  You can also choose to enjoy it for tea with a piping hot cup of coffee or tea.  Tastes best when warm.




Puff Pastry Peach Tart ~   水蜜桃挞

Ingredients
  • 1 puff pastry sheet, 8 inch square, thawed and cut into 4 pieces
  • 1 can of Peach halves, cut
  • egg white
  • icing sugar to dust
Method
  1. Roll up the 4 sides of the pastry dough, about 1/4 inch.
  2. Brush some peach syrup on the dough and place the peaches on it.
  3. Brush some syrup over the peaches and apply egg white all round the pastry dough.
  4. Bake in a preheated oven @ 200 deg.C for about 20 mins. till the pastry is brown and all puffed up.
  5. Dust on icing sugar before serving.   Best to serve warm.
  6. Yield :  4 tarts



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