Products and ingredients
Apricot glazeApricot glaze is an apricot jelly (strained jam), used to coat tarts, to protect them from the air and give them a glossy appearance.
If you intend to buy:You will find it in supermarket, or in specialized stores, where it's cheaper. See about that my best addresses page.
If you want to use it:Apricoting glaze looks like a fruit jelly, and should be melted with 10% water or sugar syrup, in a bain-marie or microwave oven before use.
Recipes which use it: 13Of which:
|Pear, grapefruit and pistachio tart||Apple and pear tart||Pear tart with almond cream||Apricot and almond cream tart||Apple semelles (flat apple tarts)|
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