Chocolate Caramel Tart Recipe
I have a complete calorie bomb recipe today. I wouldn't want to start off like that, but unfortunately that's the case, there's no point of lying. There is one thing, however, that it easily cuts even a small slice, as it has a very intense flavor. So this is not one of the dangerous recipes in my eyes. You know, there are some recipes that you eat, you can't get enough, you can't help yourself, they are very dangerous, they are the ones to stay away from. The first thing that comes to my mind is brownie cookies. It's no wonder you just sit down and finish the whole tray when you're craving dessert. So don't sift through this delicious tart recipe right away, give it a chance.
If you are not confident about tart dough, you can watch the mixed fruit tart video. I make it using the same recipe. With the same material, 3 of them and 4 of these tarts came out, how did this work, Ms. Kevser? There will surely be watchful eyes saying (right hand rests on the waist, hip slightly tilted to the left). Since that recipe is full of cream and heaped fruit, the base of the tart needs to be a little stronger, that is, thicker, so the number of tarts remains at 3. By the way, as I read your comments, I picture your body language in my head as I wrote above:) Those who try to find and disrupt it in this way, I did it, it was very nice etc. Those who say they both eat and talk, this dough turned out to be a little liquid, as if I did it wrong and so on. In situations where both hands are folded to cover the mouth and nose, worried looks in the eyes... I hug some, I pat some on the back, I grab some by the shoulders and shake them. Thus, I realize that what is written is not just about writing, but that there is a human being before me. I suggest you do the same when commenting on social media, it works very well. Take the person you are going to comment on, look into their eyes and say what you want to say, if you still want to say the same thing, write the same. If you don't have the courage to look into their eyes, then you know in your heart that what you wrote is wrong, either shut up or change your language.
Do you know when it is best eaten? You came together with your family or close friends group for breakfast on the weekend. Breakfast was eaten, tea was drunk. Laughter roams the house, joys are in place. It's time for coffee. This tart should be with that coffee.
- 100 gr. butter, frozen, cut into cubes,
- 1 egg yolk,
- 2 cups flour,
- 1/2 cup sugar,
- 2-3 ice cubes.
For Cream Filling;
- 1 cup sugar,
- 200 ml heavy cream,
- 160 g chocolate.
- For crust in a deep bowl mix butter, egg yolk and sugar together,
- Add flour step by step and using your finger tips, mix everything together without letting the warmth of your hand melt the butter too much,
- Add ice cubes and knead until you get a non-sticky dough (remove the cubes when you get enough water),
- Wrap the dough in plastic wrap and refrigerate for 10 mins.,
- Remove from fridge and roll a 3 mm crust, either for 4 12 cm or 1 26 cm tart mold, greased,
- Set aside in the fridge for 15 mins.,
- Bake in 180 C degrees pre-heated oven until golden (around 30-35 mins.),
- Remove from oven and set aside to cool,
- For cream filling Melt sugar in a large pan,
- Boil until it becomes brownish, constantly stirring,
- In a different sauce pan heat the heavy cream (don't let it boil),
- Add chocolate to the cream and stir until chocolate melts,
- Add chocolate mixture to the melted sugar and stir fast,
- Keep stirring until no sugar lumps, remove from heat,
- Pour the mixture into the cold crusts,
- Set aside until cool.