I can't think of a more delicious way to begin a meal than with this tarts I mean every single ingredients is perfect: puff pastry, caramelized onions, melted cheese, portobellos and sliced tomatoes all combined with fresh herbs.
1. First you'll need about 1 pound of puff pastry, roll the dough and cut circles of about 5 inches. Then with a smaller cutter make a mark without reaching the bottom, with a fork make some holes.
2. You can use any topping you like but I decided to make two types of tarts, the first one was with crumbled goat cheese, caramelized onions, rosemary and sliced portobellos.
3. Brush the edges with egg and drizzle olive oil on top, sprinkle with salt and bake them for about 15 minutes at 360°F.
4. The other ones I made them with mozzarella cheese, sliced tomatoes and thyme. Brush the edges with egg and bake them for about 15 minutes at 360°F.
You'll want to make them over and over again
That puff pastry crust is to die for. What great little snacks...you've got me drooling!ReplyDelete
We enjoy these very much Beti!ReplyDelete
They look fantastic. I love the toppings. I'd never be able to decide which so I'd have to have both!ReplyDelete
YUM! I wouldn't change a thing that you did here..ReplyDelete
This mushrooms are so huge! It looks gorgeous.. ;)ReplyDelete
i really like the puff pastry tarts, and you can change up the ingredients, anywayReplyDelete
that you want. My kind of recipe! Thank you for stopping by my blog, and your sweet comment. Hope to see you again.
I love it!ReplyDelete
have a nice day my dear :*
Beti, So funny, I just make a savory mushroom tart yesterday. You are so right about their easy deliciousness!ReplyDelete
Deliciosas tartas individuales :)ReplyDelete
Wow! You really created some lovely and savory tarts. Never thought to use puff pastry in quite this manner. Love it.ReplyDelete
These are sooo pretty and you've made it look easy too. I'm not much of a baker, but maybe I could pull this off. I love portabello mushrooms. Thanks for stopping by my kitchen. I'm glad saw your tarts. You've given me some inspiration. Hope you have a great weekend.ReplyDelete
wow.they're super simple and look delicious.two of the best combinations.ReplyDelete
Wonderful idea and such wonderful combinations of flavors on those tarts! They're beautiful too :)ReplyDelete
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thanks a lot Helen! :)Delete
I have everything here...looks like my lunch to me :) These are wonderful and so easy to put together, love it!ReplyDelete
I love how versatile puff pasty is- these look fabulous!ReplyDelete
That first tart with the crumbled goat cheese, caramelized onions, rosemary and sliced portobellos looks divine! I love puff pastry, but I can never seem to find an all-butter one at my sueprmarket.ReplyDelete
I always buy mine at Costco, I think that it's the bestDelete
I would love these for lunch today! They look amazing - I LOVE puff pastry -there are so many fun and delicious sweet and savory recipes that you can use this versatile pastry for! Your photos are so enticing!ReplyDelete
These look absolutely fantastic! Yummy! And your pictures are gorgeous. Must try these very soon!!ReplyDelete
Yum...I'd love one of each! They both look so delicious!ReplyDelete
These look simply amazing! I might try this recipe out tonight!ReplyDelete
I love 'indivual' food... It's so much fun! These tarts look delicious!ReplyDelete
Beti, your baking skills never fail to amaze me. this is really creative and it looks really simple! too bad we don't have puff pastry here. I would really like to make this! :DReplyDelete
those are bad news but I guess that you can make it, it takes a bit of time but it is really worth itDelete
SUCH a cute idea....these little tarts are adorable. Love puff pastry - so much you can do with it.ReplyDelete
What a fun and creative idea! They look so delicious! I love this idea for a quick dinner after work:-) Hugs, TerraReplyDelete