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How to Remove a Tart from a Tart Pan

Strawberry Shortbread Tart with Orange-Ricotta Cream

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Getting a tart out of its pan can be an awkward maneuver, especially if you’re working with a crumbly shortbread crust, like the Strawberry Shortbread Tart with Orange-Ricotta Cream. To make it easier, place the pan on an inverted bowl and use two hands to carefully wiggle the edge of the pan away from the tart.

Photos: Scott Phillips


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  • mohankrishna | 06/02/2015

    nice information thank you

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