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Beetroot and goat's cheese tart

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Beetroot, goat's cheese and hazelnut tart recipe
  • Serves: 4 (or 2 as main meal)

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  • Skill level: Bit of effort

  • Costs: Mid-price

 

This beetroot tart serves four as a starter or two for a main meal. Diana Henry, the recipe's creator, says 'a salad dressed with nut oil vinaigrette is perfect on the side'.

Ingredients

  • 500g puff pastry
  • 3 large red onions, very finely sliced
  • 4tbsp olive oil
  • Leaves from 1 sprig of rosemary, chopped
  • Salt and pepper
  • 350g cooked beetroot, cut into quarters
  • 250g goat’s cheese, broken into chunks
  • 2tbsp hazelnuts, very roughly chopped
  • A little extra virgin olive oil for drizzling

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This recipe contains nuts. Walnuts can be used instead of hazelnuts.

Diana Henry, Chef

Method

  1. Preheat the oven to 190ºC.
  2. Roll out the pastry, either into a square or round (or an irregular free-form shape is fine). It shouldn’t be any thicker than a 10 pence piece.
  3. Put the pastry onto a floured baking sheet and prick it all over with a fork. Then put into the oven for 20 mins. Remove from the oven and, if the centre has risen, gently flatten it. Turn the heat up to 200ºC.
  4. Meanwhile make the topping. Heat the oil in a saucepan and add the onions. Make sure they get coated with all the fat, add 2tbsp water, season and cover the pan. Turn the heat down very low and let the onions sweat for about 20 mins. You need to check every so often to make sure they’re not catching and burning at the bottom. You may need to add a splash more water. The onions should be completely soft.
  5. Stir in the rosemary. If the mixture is very moist or almost wet, turn the heat up to drive off the excess. You don’t want too wet a mix to go on top of the tart.
  6. Top the pastry with the onions, leaving a rim of about 4cm round the edge, then add the beetroot wedges, then the crumbled cheese. Season with salt and freshly ground pepper and drizzle with extra virgin olive oil.
  7. Put this back into the oven and cook for 10-15 mins, scattering the hazelnuts over the top 3 mins before the end of cooking time (they just need to get toasted). The cheese should be golden in patches and the pastry should be cooked but not too dark in colour.
  8. Serve immediately. If you like, you can add sprigs of watercress or leaves of rocket once the tart is cooked, over the top and serve.

Diana Henry for Love Beetroot: lovebeetroot.co.uk

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Amy Marshall

could you use camembert cheese instead of goats cheese in the tart?

Ellie

It's nice to know this is actually a Diane Henry recipe - I love her cookbooks, and it's a recipe I saw in a Hello magazine. I was looking for a new savoury tart recipe for a tearoom - this is it.

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