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How to make a apricot bakewell tart.

In this post ill be telling you how to make a apricot bakewell tart hope you enjoy



first you will need to know how to make the sugar paste/pastry. 


How to make a sugar paste. (the creaming in method) 
 ingredients:
1 Medium egg
Sugar 50g 
Butter 125g
Flour (soft) 200g
salt pinch 
First cream the egg and sugar, but be careful not to over soften it. Then add the butter and then mix for a few seconds. Next you will gradually incorporate the sieved flour and salt and mix until smooth then allow to rest in a cool place before using. 
     




how make to a bake well tart

How to make frangipane 

ingredients 

Butter 100g 
caster sugar 100g
medium eggs 2 
ground almonds 100g 
flour 10g 

Firstly cream the butter and and sugar,Then gradually beat in the eggs Next mix in the almonds and flour (mix lightly) Then use as required.   


ingredients:

Sugar paste 200g 
apricot jam 50g 
ground almonds 50g
medium eggs 2 
caster sugar 100g 
flour 50g 

First line a flan ring using three quarters of the paste, 2 mm thick. Next pierce the bottom with a fork,then evenly spread the jam on the base and then cover it with the frangipane then sprinkle the almonds on top.

Next bake the bake well tart in a moderately hot even at 200 degrees-220 degrees for 30-40 minutes then once its cooked and its cooling down,Get a knife and start taking of all the excess bits of pastry. And then its ready to serve.  

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