Mmm Jelly Fruit Tarts!

I got and tried this recipe a couple months ago and it sounded and little odd to me at first but I tried it and they we eaten by my Family in just a few days! Also if you don't have the cookie cutter it calls for you can just use a very little juice glass, thats what i used and it turned out great :)

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20mins
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ingredients

directions

  • Rub in the flour, salt and butter with your fingers until the mixture looks like bread crumbs.
  • Pour about 2 Tablespoons water in the mixture.
  • Bring the mixture together in a ball.
  • The bowl will be crumb free if done correct.
  • Pre heat oven to 400°F.
  • Roll out the ball of dough flat, make sure you don't roll to thin.
  • Cut the dough into small circles (this is made for a small muffin pan not a normal one) and put into pan.
  • Spoon in jam (it should only be about half way full of jam).
  • Bake for 15mins (Its may be less time or more depending on your oven).
  • Let cool for about 3mins.
  • Enjoy!
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"I got and tried this recipe a couple months ago and it sounded and little odd to me at first but I tried it and they we eaten by my Family in just a few days! Also if you don't have the cookie cutter it calls for you can just use a very little juice glass, thats what i used and it turned out great :)"
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  1. Mrs J B
    The idea is great. The recipe needs some editing. The ingredients list says "5 Tbsp water", the directions say "2 Tbsp". The first batch came out fine; my second batch of dough didn't quite work for some reason. Any suggestions for getting the circles into the pan without making a mess would be appreciated. In honor of Pi Day (celebrated 3.14 at 1:59 pm by pie-baking nerds everywhere), I made the first batch with strawberry jam. For the second batch, I baked the shells only, then filled with a melted chocolate confection improvised off the top of my head. The empty shells need to be baked as long as the tarts themselves.
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  2. Nana K
    I made these and used the boughten rolled pie crust and they are delicious. I used raspberry jam made from green tomatoes. Found that recipe here also. Ummm Good! Next time I will make the dough myself. was in a hurry this time.
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  3. Saphiragrrl
    I got and tried this recipe a couple months ago and it sounded and little odd to me at first but I tried it and they we eaten by my Family in just a few days! Also if you don't have the cookie cutter it calls for you can just use a very little juice glass, thats what i used and it turned out great :)
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