Lubeca Almond Tarts

Lubeca Almond Tarts

Course: Dessert
Keyword: Marzipan

Ingredients

Short Pastry

Almond Filling

Instructions

Short Pastry

  • Whisk Marzipan almond paste with butter and icing sugar until light in color and creamy.
  • Add egg and flour in small amounts at a time while mixing it into a smooth short pastry dough.
  • Roll dough to approx 2mm

Almond Filling

  • Mix the Marzipan almond paste with the other ingredients to form a smooth mass. Beat until slightly foamy.

Tarts

  • Line baking tray with short pastry (muffin trays work well)
  • Put the filling into lined baking trays, and top with short pastry (2 mm)
  • Bake for approximately 20 min. at 350°F
  • Once cool, brush it with strained apricot jam and frost it with fondant or sugar coating
  • Decorate with roasted fine almonds or diced pistachio nuts

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