Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Strawberry And Rhubarb Tart

First of all, I would like to thank Hani for taking your time to write to me. I appreciated your kind words and I'm more than happy to share this lovely Strawberry and Rhubarb Tart recipe with you. Well, you can fill the tart with a bigger pastry shell and you can find the pastry shell recipe over here. So Hani, I hope you'll try to bake them and enjoy:)

Strawberry And Rhubarb Tart


1 (9 1/2 inches) bake blind
3 1/2 cups Fresh or Frozen Rhubarb, cut into smaller chunks
120 g Sugar
1 1/2 Tbsp Corn Flour
A pinch of Sea Salt


100 g of your preferred Jelly/Jam (I used Grape Jam)


Combine the rhubarb, sugar, salt and corn flour and cook in a moderate heat for about 10 minutes. Leave it to cool.

In a small saucepan, bring the jam to a boil, then lower the heat and keep stirring until melted and leave it to cool.

Scrape all the rhubarb mixture into the cooked and cooled pastry shell with a spatula. Arrange the strawberry slices on top and brush with the cooled jam on top of the strawberries. Serve immediately.


  1. Those look adorable. Anything miniature, just makes things cuter.

  2. This looks beautiful and sounds delicious. Did you use frozen rhubarb?

  3. These are so beautiful!! What a great presentation

  4. All your photos are so beautiful, I would make these for someone special, but my guy is allergic to strawberries... how much does that suck!

  5. ooh that's a great idea. I once tried to make a creme brulee tart but mistakely used puff pastry.. next time I know to use the short crust.

  6. So beautiful recipe and pics posted. Look delicious.

  7. These tarts are a thing of beauty. I love the combination of strawberry & rhubarb, but then, who doesn't?!

  8. @Olga: Yes, I must agree with you! :)

    @finsmom: Thanks:)

    @Coco Bean: Oh no, I hope that he is just allergic to strawberries and not other berries. Thanks :)

  9. Hey creativecarryout, delicious indeed and yes at this time of year I have to use frozen rhubarb.

  10. Hi Linda, You make me laugh! I guess we all have our own mistakes in the kitchen, especially in baking :)