Sausage & Spinach Tart

It's delicious using home-made pastry.

Recipe By: Nanita (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/243)
Serves 6 Prep: 30 min Cook: 40 min

Ingredients

Tart tin 21-23cm
Double cream 200ml
Eggs 2
Sausage 1 (80g)
Spinach approx 200g
Home-made pastry:
Milk  40ml
Egg yolk 1
Salt a pinch
Butter (cubed) 110g
Flour 250g
Salt & pepper as required

Method

1
Spread some butter or oil in the tart tin and sprinkle a bit of flour.
2
Let's make the pastry. Mix the flour, butter and salt to make like fine breadcrumbs.
3
Add the egg yolk and milk and mix roughly. Make into a ball and cover with cling film. Roll it out flat into a round shape.
4
Lay into the tart tin and prick with a fork. Place baking paper over the pastry and weigh down with baking beans. Bake for 15 minutes at 180C.
5
While this is baking, you can make the filling. Boil the spinach for 30 seconds, drain and roughly chop.
6
Remove the sausage from its skin and break into pieces. Put this in a bowl with the egg, double cream, spinach and salt & pepper.
7
Pour this filling into the part-baked tart (remove the baking beans and paper) and bake again at 180C for 40 minutes.

Tips & Note

●If you don't have any baking beans, you can use rice.
●Use your favourite sausage.

Sausage & Spinach Tart

It's delicious using home-made pastry.

Recipe By: Nanita (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/243)

Serves 6

Prep: 30 min

Cook: 40 min

Ingredients

Tart tin 21-23cm
Double cream 200ml
Eggs 2
Sausage 1 (80g)
Spinach approx 200g
Home-made pastry:
Milk  40ml
Egg yolk 1
Salt a pinch
Butter (cubed) 110g
Flour 250g
Salt & pepper as required

Sausage & Spinach Tart

Recipe ID :238 Posted on 12 APR 2015

Serves 6

Prep 30min
Cook 40min
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It's delicious using home-made pastry.

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200ml
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1 (80g)
approx 200g
40ml
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a pinch
110g
250g
as required

Method

Prep
30min
Cook
40min
1
Spread some butter or oil in the tart tin and sprinkle a bit of flour.
2
Let's make the pastry. Mix the flour, butter and salt to make like fine breadcrumbs.
3
Add the egg yolk and milk and mix roughly. Make into a ball and cover with cling film. Roll it out flat into a round shape.
4
Lay into the tart tin and prick with a fork. Place baking paper over the pastry and weigh down with baking beans. Bake for 15 minutes at 180C.
5
While this is baking, you can make the filling. Boil the spinach for 30 seconds, drain and roughly chop.
6
Remove the sausage from its skin and break into pieces. Put this in a bowl with the egg, double cream, spinach and salt & pepper.
7
Pour this filling into the part-baked tart (remove the baking beans and paper) and bake again at 180C for 40 minutes.

Tips & Note

●If you don't have any baking beans, you can use rice.
●Use your favourite sausage.

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