Harvest Tomato Tart

Vibrant taste and colour from freshly harvested, vine ripened tomatoes. Serve with tossed green salad for a light lunch or supper or cut into small squares and serve for appetizer. from Canadian Living mag.

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  • cut tomatoes into 1/4 inch slices; spread on parchment paper lined, rimmed baking sheet.
  • Brush with 2 tablespoon of the oil; sprinkle with salt.
  • Bake at 400f degrees oven until slightly shrivelled, about 45 minutes; let cool (Make ahead: Cover and refrigerate on tray for up to 24 hours).
  • On lightly floured surface, roll out puff pastry 1 inch larger that 14 x 4 inch rectangular or 9 inch round tart pan.
  • Press into pan and trim edges; prick bottom with fork.
  • Brush bottom with mustard; spread with cheese.
  • Cover with tomatoes; tuck garlic among slices.
  • Sprinkle with basil, pepper, then remaining oil.
  • Bake in bottom third of 400f degree oven until pastry is golden, about 30 minutes.
  • Garnish with basil or parsley.
  • Note: If all you really want is the tomatoes, the tart is wonderful without the cheese.
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"Vibrant taste and colour from freshly harvested, vine ripened tomatoes. Serve with tossed green salad for a light lunch or supper or cut into small squares and serve for appetizer. from Canadian Living mag."
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  1. EagleRocker
    this was great! i used fresh mozzarella and parm instead of goat cheese and it was terrific! i plan on doing pesto (as the basil in my garden is crazy) and shrimp next time! great recipe, thanks!
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  2. Ginger Rose
    This was very tasty...especially with tomatoes from our greenhouse!
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  3. the veggie plot
    This was just such a great tart, not only to make but to eat. I had a family gathering that i helped my mum cook for and every one raved about the tarts (i'm glad i made 2!) I did cut down a little on the goats cheese only becasue i made a snap decision to make 2 tarts and had to share. They weher wonderful, thanks.
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  4. LuvMyWeim
    Wonderful recipe, very easy to put together and great tasting. I would definately make this tart again. Thank you for sharing!
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  5. Miraklegirl
    I really enjoyed the taste of this tart and was pleasantly surprised to find out that puff pastry is very easy to use. I found that 45 minutes is way too long to roast the tomatoes though. They were mushy and caused the tart to be very wet. Next time I would roast the tomatoes for considerably less time, as I would like them to be somewhat firm in the tart. The goat cheese and dijon went very well with the flavour of the tomatoes. Thanks for posting!
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