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We loved the simplicity and rusticness of this apple tart. I am not much of a baker, but even I got this easy pastry right on the first try. I did love getting my hands into it. My husband claims it is best still warm from the oven. I told him that is what a microwave is for. Every piece is warm from the "oven."

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threeovens March 26, 2014

A bit sweeter than we normally have though I only used 2 tablespoons of brown sugar and to make the pastry I used all butter and did in the food processor making it a quick pie to make since the apples did not have to be cooked but unfortunatly I did end up biting on one of the cloves which is not a pleasant experience so if making again would ground the cloves up but overall was enjoyed. Thank you Annacia made for Rookies tag game.

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I'mPat March 10, 2013

For this tart I used fresh fallen apples (quite acid) and I added one more tablespoon sugar to them. I followed the recipe and baked as described.
I wondered as I had to put the whole cloves in it but it came really perfect and delicious!
I served this warm as dessert as it was baking while we were eating.
All were so happy with it, that they didn't want some custard or cream.
I will have to make more soon...I have apples enought!

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awalde August 16, 2012
An Irish Apple Tart on a Plate