I bought 10 kiwi in the fridge. My children don't like kiwi as they found this green and hairy little one very sour. I myself can't finish all the kiwi before it's too ripe, so i was thinking to make some fruit tarts. And, something delights me...... there is another fruit laying inside the tupperware in the fridge too, they're grapes! Oh, i think these green and red are the best couple to decorate my fruit tarts!
It took me 2 hours for the whole process. The custard cream is very creamy and not too sweet, together with the sourness of kiwi and sweetness of grapes.... what a refreshing mini fruit tarsts....
Recipes from June's 迷你水果塔(I did some admendment)
(The following recipe is just nice to make 20 mini tarts)
25g milk powder
10 castor sugar
1. Whisk butter and sugar until pale, add in egg.
2. Pour the flour and milk powder, continue mixing until it form a soft dough.
3. Divide the dough into 20 and press into the mini tart mould. Prick before baking.
4. Bake 150C for 10-15mins.
180ml fresh milk (bring to boil)
25g castor sugar
1 egg yolk
5g corn flour
1. Mix egg yolk and castor sugar. Add in flour and corn flour, stir well.
2. Put the 1. on a double boiler, slowly add in the hot milk and stir until it become thick and creamy.
3. Once you are satisfy with the texture of the custard, remove from heat and add in the butter immediately. Stir until well-mixed.
4. Cool the custard while prepare fresh fruits.
5. Pipe the custard into the crust and decorate with prefered fresh fruits, keep refrigerator.