Tomato Tart

Tomato Tart created by Missy Wombat

Tomatoes are my favorite food. When I discovered this recipe, I had to apologize to my grandmother. My whole life, I have baked only my grandmother's pie crust. But, adding an egg yolk really changes the consistancy. This recipe is a savory Provencal tart that I found in the New York Times (9.3.03). Prep and Cook time do not include 30 Chill time.

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  • Combine flour and egg yolk in a bowl with a pinch of salt; quickly mix in butter with your hands, then add enough cold water to gather dough into a ball.
  • If time allows, refrigerate for 30 minutes or longer (you can leave it in refrigerator, well wrapped, for up to a day, or freeze for up to a month).
  • Heat oven to 450 degrees.
  • Use olive oil to lightly grease a 10- to 12-inch round pizza pan, preferably nonstick.
  • Roll out dough on a lightly floured surface or simply press it into pan, right up to edges.
  • Bake about 10 minutes, or until it is just beginning to color.
  • Remove and set on a rack.
  • Turn oven to 400 degrees.
  • Spread crust with mustard.
  • Core tomatoes; if they are very juicy, cut in half through equator and squeeze out some juice, shaking out most of seeds as well.
  • Cut into slices about 1/4-inch thick and place in a single layer on crust.
  • Sprinkle with salt, pepper and herbs, then drizzle with olive oil.
  • Bake tart about 30 minutes, or until tomatoes are shriveled and hot and crust is browned.
  • Serve hot or warm; this does not keep very well.
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"Tomatoes are my favorite food. When I discovered this recipe, I had to apologize to my grandmother. My whole life, I have baked only my grandmother's pie crust. But, adding an egg yolk really changes the consistancy. This recipe is a savory Provencal tart that I found in the New York Times (9.3.03). Prep and Cook time do not include 30 Chill time."
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  1. Kendra Jeans Kitchen
    What a treat! We served this with grilled salmon & romaine salad. Thank you for a tasty, fresh tart.
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  2. luvsbrunch
    This was really easy to make. I used less dijon and added a sprinkle of parmesan to to the top. I was in a hurry so I rolled the crust out on a pizza stone. It looked pretty rustic, but it tasted great!
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  3. Chef Moose
    Extraordinary! I made a smaller tart (5" vs. 9)as a side dish to a grilled chicken breast. I slightly modified the recipe by using a little "I Can't Believe It's Butter" instead of real butter and layered some mozarella cheese and browned onions in bottom of crust. For a bonus I topped tomatoes with a little more mozarella cheese and black olives. This was a delicious dish and I used up some of those fresh garden tomatoes. (Don't forget to squeeze the extra juice out before slicing as the recipe states.)
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  4. Missy Wombat
    Tomato Tart Created by Missy Wombat
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  5. Missy Wombat
    Excellent recipe which was a hit with our family for a light dinner. The crust worked particularly well. Very easy to make.
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