BANANA DATE TARTLETS


These tarts are awesome in taste.The blend of the dates with banana is really good.

The filling was my try,omitting flour with semolina/ rawa.

I powdered the semolina before making the filling ,and continued to mix all in the same

blender in few minutes and ready for baking.

I didn’t blind bake the tarts,just a few pricks on the base and the filling in.That’s all!

Very easy ,to mix and bake.

I divided the pastry into 12, and used the chappathi press for rolling out each ball of

dough.

Explanation done,and now we, move on to the recipe…

INGREDIENTS

For the crust

2 cups all purpose flour

1/4 cup sugar (preferably muscovada)

1 egg

100 gm butter

1 tsp vanilla/ banana essence

a pinch of salt.

Beat butter sugar,egg ,essence,salt together till sugar melts ( you can powder the sugar to

save time).

Mix in flour and bind to a soft dough and refridgerate till you prepare the filling.

For the filling (eggless)

1 cup slightly powdered rawa/ semolina

1/2 cup sugar (muscovada sugar/brown sugar)

3/4 cup dates

1/4 cup curd

1/4 cup oil

1/4 cup cashewnuts

1/2 tsp baking soda

1/2 tsp.baking powder.

METHOD

Easiest method blend in the order of ingredients I give now.

First blend the dates ,coarsely ,next add the rest of the ingredients and blend just for a

minute .Mix well and pour into prepared moulds.

To line pastry

Divide the dough into 12 .

Use the dough press and press each between oil paper.

Grease the tartlet moulds well and press each piece of the rolled  dough.

Prick the base with a fork ,pour the filling and bake at 180 degrees for 35 minutes.

Variation : Stwed pineapple pieces can be included.

You can try with flour

Caramelise sugar if not using brown sugar for a different taste

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