This was the better of the two recipes I made with the Buttermilk Biscuit dough, but still not great, mostly because of the dough being not flaky or tender. Otherwise the flavors were OK, not sure if I'd use mayo next time when I make it with different dough. Liked the gruyere with the tomatoes.
Great recipe - made it twice while I was on vacation and for guests. My husband thought it was a bit bready so I just rolled the dough flat the second time and didn't fold it over the edges. He loved it! Meant I could add more tomatoes, too!
This was extremely easy and quick. My husband devoured a quarter of the pie and proclaimed it one of the best tarts ever. I usually make classic savory tarts with pate brisee and this is easily comparable. I let the dough chill overnight and chilled it after rolling and before adding the tomatoes. The latter I cored (as stated in recipe)and allowed to drain well before adding to the crust. No problems with sogginess and the crust was very flaky.
I see this as a go-to recipe. Looking forward to trying the pin-wheels and cobbler.
Absolutely delicious. I made it with my homegrown tomatoes and herbs. Will definitely make it again before the end of the season. We paired it with locally grown corn. Yum!
So delicious, especially good way to enjoy seasonal tomatoes and herbs!!!
This was yummy! We made it both with gluten free flour and then one with regular flour.
There were many things I liked about this pie, but mine was soggy in the middle. The crust was well-browned. Any ideas about avoiding this?
The tart was delicious and fairly easy to make. When I told my husband I was going to make a copy of the recipe, he told me "Don't just make a copy of the recipe, make a copy of the tart."
We loved this! My local grocery didn't have semolina, so I used whole wheat & it was delicious. Pretty & tasty!
This was a great and easy basic biscuit dough recipe. Very good balance of flavors; acidity from tomatoes, savory cheese and herb topping, was just enough. Look forward to making a batch of biscuits and also the cinnamon-raisin walnut pinwheels. My husband and I both loved it.