Spelled tart with pears, walnuts and gorgonzola

Today's recipe is a nice quiche, some’ especially because it combines fruit and cheese: Spelled tart with pears, walnuts and gorgonzola. The combination of fruit-cheese, and specifically what pear-gorgonzola, It has become a classic. To prepare this tasty rustic tart with pears and gorgonzola (which is good when it's warm, but even when it is cold and is perfect for a buffet or an aperitif), I used spelled flour. This flour can give more perfumes and even a touch wheel and crisp in the mouth. I also used walnuts and a drizzle of honey on the surface after cooking. For the shortcrust pastry, If you prefer, you can use a simple flour “00” (the dough will be more elastic and easier to work with). Or, you can add a percentage of rye or whole wheat instead of barley flour. You can also use the pastry crust ready or you can prepare a pastry with pear and gorgonzola, always using the puff pastry. In fact, This type of quiche did not even need a pan: It lies directly on baking paper, It is stuffing and fold the edges towards the interior. As easy as that. You can customize as you like the filling of this rustic pie, incredibly easy to prepare, by varying the type of fruit or cheese. I used a bit’ Dop sweet gorgonzola cheese and a little’ Spicy Gorgonzola Dop. But if you love the softer flavors, then pears go perfectly well with the cheese Taleggio Dop. For the recipe of tart with pears and blue cheese I freely inspired by a pie tarts rustic book published by Bibliotheca Culinaria. Have a good day!

TART SPELLED WITH PEARS, NUTS AND gorgonzola

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INGREDIENTS

  • FOR dough crust At SPELLED:
  • 150 grams of flour 00
  • 100 grams of spelled
  • 130 grams of butter
  • a whole egg
  • ice water, to taste
  • Salt, to taste
  • FOR THE STUFFING:
  • 3 Beer mature and sode
  • 130 grams of sweet Gorgonzola Dop, to taste
  • Spicy Gorgonzola Dop, to taste
  • nuts, to taste
  • salt and pepper, to taste
  • miele millefiori, to taste

PROCEEDINGS

Spelled tart with pears, walnuts and gorgonzola

To prepare the Spelled tart with pears, nuts and gorgonzola must first prepare the pastry crust spelled, You will have to rest a few hours in the refrigerator before use. Pour the flour on the work surface 00 and spelled flour, salt and butter. Work the mixture with your fingertips (not dissolve too much butter) to obtain a compound with a large crumbs. Add the egg and a tablespoon of ice water. Knead and, If the mixture becomes too dry, add even a little water. Once the mixture is smooth and homogeneous, form a loaf, wrap in clingfilm. Let stand in refrigerator for at least two hours.

After two hours, roll out the dough directly onto the parchment paper, using a rolling pin. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees static.

Spelled tart with pears, walnuts and gorgonzola

Wash and peel the pears, cut into slices. Coarsely chop a little’ walnuts, Mix the nuts to sweet gorgonzola DOP. Spread the mixture of nuts and cheese on the basis of spelled tart, leaving without dressing a border of about three centimeters. Above cheese, arrange the pears, so that the tart is covered. Fold the edges you have left uncovered on tart, as you can see in the pictures. on pears, add salt and freshly ground black pepper. Place the tart on a baking sheet. Cook for 20 minutes.

Spread on pie a few pieces of spicy blue cheese and some walnuts. Cook for another 10 minutes or bake until the crust is golden. Once the Spelled tart with pears, walnuts and blue cheese is cooked, add honey millefiori. Serve the tart with pears, walnuts and gorgonzola warm and enjoy your meal!.

TIPS

If you want, you can brush the edges of the tart with a little 'of egg yolk, but I prefer to leave to the natural pastry crust to give spelled tart a more rustic and authentic look.

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2 comments

elisabetta corbetta 21 February 2019 at 08:26

Recipe definitely be replicated seen love in my home for the gorgonzola
Thanks
A big kiss

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Ada Parisi 24 February 2019 at 15:35

Although we love it, Also in sweets! Kisses

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