Quick and Easy Apple Tart

I served this apple tart dessert on Thanksgiving eve to my best friend and her husband who visited us from Dallas.

This recipe is extremely easy to whip up, as I have used store-bought puff pastry and fresh-cut apples. I always keep puff pastry in my freezer, as it is very versatile ingredient. I always make crispy spinach-artichoke pinwheels, aloo-chaat puffs, brie cheese and raspberry jam stuffed triangles, chocolate-almond spread stuffs, and so much more with it. It is my absolute favorite ingredient.

Previously I had posted ‘Spinach-Artichokes-Feta pinwheels’ recipe here is the link https://myhealthyhappyliving.wordpress.com/2011/08/12/spinach-artichokes/

Also, my favorite blogger Ree Drummond of ‘The Pioneer Woman’ which also happens to be my favorite show on Food Network showed a similar ‘Apple Tart’ recipe on her show. Ree shows her recipe with such an ease and her recipes always touches my heart, no wonder people love her so much.

Anyways, here is the easy recipe my way:

Ingredients:

1 Puff Pastry (divide in 3 parts)

1 and 1/2 apples (sliced)

3 tablespoons of powdered sugar (Sprinkling in the end)

For Marinate:

1 tablespoons of cinnamon sugar

4 tablespoons of light brown sugar

1 pinch of salt

1/2 lemon juice

Method:

1. Preheat the oven to 415 F.

2. Cut the puff pastry in 3 rectangular pieces (follow the folded lines of the puff pastry)

3. Marinate the apples for 15 minutes.

4. Line up the apples on the pastry sheet. Add the leftover marinated juice on the sliced apples.

5. Bake for 20-25 minutes.

Not: Use parchment paper or silicon baking liner for easy clean up.

6. Cool it down and sprinkle with powdered sugar (use strainer). It will give a snowy effect.

7. Slice the pieces and serve them with vanilla ice-cream or just like that.

Note: You can also serve this tart with tea or coffee, as it easily compliments any hot/cold beverage.

Ingredients for Marinate Unbaked Tart Line up apple slices on Puff Pastry sheets Baked Apple Tart Sprinkle powdered sugar for snow effect Ready to slice and serve with your favorite ice-cream

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