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Tart a thousand flavours


  • 500 gr of flour “0”
  • 4 yolks
  • 300 gr of butter
  • 200 gr of sugar
  • A vanilla bean
  • A pinch of salt
  • 50 gr flour for crumbling
  • Jam of different tastes
Tart a thousand flavours


  • Time: average


  • Tart a thousand flavours
  • Tart a thousand flavours


  • Easy


Turn on Freddy in positive abatement with the grill. Knead the ingredients of the pastry to obtain a dough, working as little as possible to avoid heating the dough. If you have it, use a mixer with mounted steel blades as if you were chopping something. Your pastry will remain cool and excellent.

Wrap the dough in plastic wrap and cool in Freddy for 15 minutes. You can make double dose of shortcrust pastry and freeze it in Freddy for an hour so you always have it ready. 

Take two-thirds of the dough and roll it about half a centimeter thick and cover with a tart mould muffin moulds. Put the jam on the pastry shell, cooled in Freddy for 10 minutes. In this way your jam will be cold, in the oven will not be overcooked and will keep the scent of ... fresh! Crumble the remaining pastry and blend it with the flour to obtain crumbs. 

Pour them on the mould and bake in the oven at 190ºC, for 10 minutes if they are mini tarts, for 20 minutes if the tarts are large. Since each oven has its own variety, wait for the crumbs to be golden.


You can prepare two tarts and freeze one in Freddy for two hours, once cooked. You can have a delicious tart always ready, when you prefer!