FRUIT-TART(D) USENET Cookbook FRUIT-TART(D)
FRUIT-TART - A quick fruit tart pie
This is just about the ideal way to use up any fresh fruit
you have lying around. I got the recipe from my mom.
INGREDIENTS (Makes 1 pie)
1 pie shell (If you don't make your own, buy the
frozen uncooked kind.)
1/2 cup water
1 cup sugar
2 1/2 Tbsp
10 cups sliced fruit
ground cinnamon or nutmeg (to taste)
(1) Mash 2 cups of the fruit in a saucepan with the
water, sugar, and cornstarch. Add another sprin-
kle of nutmeg or cinnamon. Boil until the liquid
becomes clear (about two minutes).
(2) Place the remaining fruit in the pie shell, and a
sprinkle of the nutmeg or cinnamon.
(3) Pour the hot mixture over the fruit, and let cool
for at least two hours.
(4) Serve, with whipped cream or ice cream as desired.
Any fresh fruit in season will do; I've made peach, necta-
rine, and strawberry/banana, all to good effect.
Scheduling usually works out well if you make this shortly
before serving the meal, and let it cool while you eat.
Difficulty: easy. Time: 20 minutes preparation, two hours
cooling. Precision: approximate measurement OK.
Mirror Systems, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
From: jj@alice (Jim Johnston)
Subject: RECIPE: Chocolate Fudge
Date: 26 Apr 86 21:39:05 GMT
Organization: Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill NJ
Replied: Filed as /user/recipes/queue/47
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