10 October 2011

Jam Tarts


The cute little jam tarts sure has become my kids favorite tea time snack.





INGREDIENTS

Flour-115g
Butter-60g *
Baking powder-1/2tsp
Water-4-5 drops**
Jam





METHOD

Mix flour and baking powder together.

Add the butter and rub it with your fingertips till it resembles breadcrumbs.
Add few drops of water to bring together the dough.
Line the tart tins***
Fill 2/3 of the tart with jam.

Bake at 180 degress for 15 mins or until golden around the edges .

De-mould when cooled.



Tips
You can use cup cake mould to make these tarts.
*Use chilled butter and if possible chilled flour.
**Use chilled water.
I refrigerated the dough for 1/2 hour so that's its easier to roll out.
***Roll out the dough on a flat surface about 1/8 inch thick. Then using a cookie cutter or glass cut into 
round shape. Cut out the rounds and gently place it on the mould and press it on all sides.
If you find it sticky, place a parchment paper and roll it on that.




38 comments:

  1. jam tarts seem to be very popular these days.. The jam looks refreshingly colourful and quite attractive for kids and adults alike.

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  2. hey, did you change the layout recently? or did i notice those lovely coconuts on the page header only today?

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  3. Thanks La for noticing the change in layout. And for the quick response. :)

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  4. The tarts look so cute..I am seeing so many of them and I am so tempted to make these.

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  5. cute looking tarts - they surely are yumm as well :))

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  6. They looks damn pretty and quite addictive..

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  7. They look so cute, Rinku Chechy! Happy to know that your lil ones like these! Loved the new header image :)

    Also, thank you so much for your generous words :)

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  8. Cute looking tartlets. Love the color.

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  9. wow cute tarts,luks too gud and yum...lovely capture.

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  10. Thanks friends for all these lovely comments. They made my day!
    @ Ria..Thanks dear. Its my pleasure..

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  11. Supergood Jam Tarts dear.Luks yumm in that delicious click.

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  12. Wow wow wow looks absolutely delicious

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  13. cutetarts are yummu and inviting

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  14. They look so cute, just wants me to eat it ;)

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  15. Looks so yum.... lovely colour it

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  16. so cute and beautiful tarts !! looks yummy !!

    Ongoing event CC-What's For Friday Dinner

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  17. yummy tarts..lovely colour!!
    naadan header of your space looks superb!!

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  18. wow, they have come out so well, love them. I rolled them on my palm itself.

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  19. Wow.. these look so cute Rinku :) Am sure they are yummy too :)

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  20. I haven't yet tasted sweet tarts... but this is making me so drool...

    Cheers,
    Uma
    My Kitchen Experiments

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  21. lovely and colourful tarts...keep rocking dear!!!

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  22. looks very beautiful....nicely presented...why dnt u send it tot the event:
    Event :My Diwali My Way

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  23. Wow...simple..sweet and scrumptious.....

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  24. That looks heavenly..nice clicks,very tempting.

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  25. Super pics Rinku!!! those cuties luk adorable!

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  26. They look so pretty and tempting..yum

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  27. One of my fav & easiest tart recipe!!! these look adorable!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  28. nice one...looks delicious..planning to try these for blog hop wed..

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