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    Prune tart time!

    stormylee
    Mon Dec 12, 2011 7:39 am
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    Now don't go eww when you hear "prunes"! icon_lol.gif I promise you these simple Finnish Christmas tarts are delish - and you need exactly two ingredients to make them: puff pastry and prune jam.

    Roll out the puff pastry and cut into 3" x 3" squares, give or take. Split each corner with a knife:



    Place a heaping teaspoonful of the jam in the middle of the square...



    ... and fold one half of each corner in the middle, pinching the ends together very carefully. Alternatively, you can fold the corners in first and then place the jam on top - less traditional, but easier! icon_smile.gif



    Brush the tarts with beaten egg and bake at 225 C for 10-12 minutes...



    ... and then wait for at least 10 minutes or so, because hot prune jam really is one of the hottest substances known to man. icon_lol.gif Dust lightly with powdered sugar, and, ahhh, enjoy!
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