Rustic Pear Frangipane Tart
Rustic Pear Frangipane Tart! Have you ever tried it? Poached pears, almond filling, shortcrust pastry…Hmmm, doesn’t that sound delicious?
It’s rustic because it is nowhere near looking perfect – but that’s the beauty of “being” homemade!
This yummylicious rustic pear frangipane tart is very easy to make, but if you want to make everything from scratch it might take you a while. However, you can divide the tart making into a few stages or you can substitute the fresh pears for tinned ones and the same goes for the pastry.
To get one large or two smaller tarts you will need 400 grams (0.9lb) shortcrust pastry. If you decide to make the large tart instead of 2 small ones, I suggest you get larger pears (saves you time peeling them and it will also look better when baked). You can make your own or simply buy ready-made one. It’s up to you! I made the pastry from scratch so if you feel like making it, check out the recipe section for the ingredients and method.
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