Servings: 4 to 6
This rich, autumnal tart could star as the centerpiece of Thanksgiving dinner or any festive meal on a cold evening. Make sure to wash the leeks well and to cool the filling ingredients to room temperature before placing them on the dough round.
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If you take away the crust, it's 4.5 stars. While the instructions are weak, the inside was delicious. Be careful not to over roast things as it can dry the inside.The flavors were great. I added more of both cheeses.Back to the crust. The problem seems to be a lack of fat. I know this is not a desert crust, but if I compare, this recipe has about 25% of the butter and vegetable shortening. I'll go closer to those ratio's next time (after looking at other savory tart crust recipes).
Loved the idea and will try again, however, found the dough extremely heavy and dry. Will use my dough recipe next time. Infinite possibilities for fillings.
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