Little blackcurrant and vineyard peach sablé tarts


Little blackcurrant and vineyard peach sablé tarts
Superb little tarts, bursting with summer flavours: a Breton sablé base, a blackcurrant crémeux, and topped with slices of vineyard (or blood) peaches, every bit as delicious as they are colourful..
3,0394/5 for 5 ratings
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Last modified on: August 12th 2020

For 8 tarts, you will need:

Change these quantities to make: 4 tarts 8 tarts 16 tarts 24 tarts

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Time required for this recipe:
PreparationRestingCookingStart to finish
54 min.3 hours25 min.4 hours 19 min.
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Keeping:

Should be eaten the same day.

Step by step recipe


Stage 1 - 15 min.
Little blackcurrant and vineyard peach sablé tarts  : Photo of step #1
Prepare 400 g Fruit crémeux, using a blackcurrant coulis.

Stage 2 - 5 min.
Little blackcurrant and vineyard peach sablé tarts  : Photo of step #2
Pour the crémeux into moulds or dessert rings 3 inches (8 cm) in diameter.

If you are using rings, sit these on a sheet of plastic film to help prevent leaks.

Stage 3 - 3 hours
Little blackcurrant and vineyard peach sablé tarts  : Photo of step #3
Refrigerate for 1 hour to set, then remove the rings and put in the freezer for at least 2 hours. This will give you solid blackcurrant crémeux discs, which are very easy to handle.

Note: This step of freezing is not essential, but it is a useful pâtissier's trick to make assembling the tarts a lot easier.

Stage 4 - 5 min.
Little blackcurrant and vineyard peach sablé tarts  : Photo of step #4
Preheat the oven to 390°F (200°C).

Roll out 400 g Breton sablé biscuit dough fairly thinly (about an eighth of an inch / 0.3 cm) and cut out discs the same size as the blackcurrant crémeux.

Stage 5 - 5 min.
Little blackcurrant and vineyard peach sablé tarts  : Photo of step #5
Place each disc inside a tart ring, sitting on a sheet of cooking parchment laid on a baking sheet.

Stage 6 - 25 min.
Little blackcurrant and vineyard peach sablé tarts  : Photo of step #6
Bake for about 25 minutes. The sablés should still be slightly soft.

Leave to cook on a wire rack.

Stage 7 - 2 min.
Little blackcurrant and vineyard peach sablé tarts  : Photo of step #7
When cooled, put the sablé discs back onto the same baking sheet.

Stage 8 - 4 min.
Little blackcurrant and vineyard peach sablé tarts  : Photo of step #8
Sit a disc of crémeux on each one. Now you will see why it helps to have them solid.

Stage 9 - 5 min.
Little blackcurrant and vineyard peach sablé tarts  : Photo of step #9
Cut 6 peaches (I'm actually using vineyard nectarines here, which I heartily recommend) into quarters and remove the stone.

Stage 10 - 5 min.
Little blackcurrant and vineyard peach sablé tarts  : Photo of step #10
Cut each quarter into slices...

Stage 11 - 8 min.
Little blackcurrant and vineyard peach sablé tarts  : Photo of step #11
...and arrange on top of the tarts.

Stage 12
Little blackcurrant and vineyard peach sablé tarts  : Photo of step #12
Decorate with a sprig of mint, verbena or lemon balm to a add a finishing touch of green.

Your little tarts are ready.

Remarks

If you are using proper peaches (as opposed to nectarines), peel them first, as the fuzzy skin can be unpleasant to eat.

If you want to keep your tarts for longer than a day, it is worth using a chablonnage to seal the top of the pastry before adding the disc of crémeux, otherwise it is likely to start going soft.

The discs of blackcurrant crémeux can be prepared in advance, even several days beforehand.

Nutritional information

Whole recipe
Energetic valueProteins CarbohydratesFats
1,091 Kcal or 4,568 Kj20 gr398 gr96 gr
55 %8 %38 %15 %
Per 100 g
Energetic valueProteins CarbohydratesFats
69 Kcal or 289 Kj1 gr25 gr6 gr
3 %<1 %2 %1 %
Per tart
Energetic valueProteins CarbohydratesFats
136 Kcal or 569 Kj3 gr50 gr12 gr
7 %1 %5 %2 %
% are calculated relative to a Recommended Dietary Intake or RDI of 2000 k-calories or 8400 k-joules by day for a woman (change to a man).

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Source

Home made.

More recipes?

This recipe uses (among others)
Breton sablé biscuit doughBreton sablé biscuit dough: You can get more informations, or check-out other recipes which use it, for example: Breton apple and rhubarb tart , Raspberry tart, Breton strawberry and verbena tart, ... All
Fruit crémeuxFruit crémeux: You can get more informations, or check-out other recipes which use it, for example: Breton apple and rhubarb tart , Breton strawberry and verbena tart, Apple and blackcurrant tarts, Raspberry tart, ... All
PeachPeach: You can check-out other recipes which use it, like for example: Peach and verbena feuilleté, Little caramelized peach tarts, How to poach peaches, Peach and blackcurrant coupe, Coupe Augustin, ... All

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