sabato 18 giugno 2011

my grandmother's pie!

This is the recipe of my grandmother's pie, which I found after a long time, to participate in the contest of my friend Sonia of the blog La Cassata Celiaca, which consist in giving a recipe of "my house's tradition"; prefacing her too that when I was little in my house we were especially fond of savory dishes, but asking  here and there I found this absolute delicious recipe, thank Sonia for letting me redescover.

  • 200g almond flour
  • 150g flour 00
  • 200g butter
  • 100g caster sugar
  • 1 egg
  • grated lemon zest 
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • sour cherry jam
  • fresh fruits, apricots, peaches, kiwi
  • 1 jelly sheet
  • 2 tbs jam for the jelly

Soften butter at room temperature. Mix all ingredients very quickly in a food processor (but can also be made by hand!) form a ball with the rolling pin, flatten it between two sheets of baking paper and store it in the fridge for about 30'.

Grease and flour a rectangular mold, or whatever you prefer, roll out the dough, prick with a fork and spread the sour cherry jam. Bake for about 50-60 minutes at 180°, until golden.
In the meanwhile wash dry and cut into wedges fresh fruit. Lay it on the pie at the end of cooking. Soften gelatin in cold water for few minutes, squeeze and dissolve over low heat with 2 tbs of jam. Brush jelly over the fruit still warm and the edges of the tart. Refrigerate for 1 hour before serving.

Serves 8 slices

With this recipe I participate in the contest of Sonia !!!

3 commenti:

  1. Sai che non avevo ancora visto questo altro tuo blog e per di più scritto in English:)
    ti seguo anche di qua (ma con OpenKitchen xche non riesco a cambiare profilo!!!)
    un bacio,

  2. Ciao Barbara!
    grazie...è il blog gemello di dolci gusti, il traduttore di google non mi piaceva...e quindi nessuno lo può sapere meglio di te my interpreter!!! un bacio a te e grazie....bacissimi

  3. Questa crosta è assolutamente deliziosa e da preparare nelle occasione importati!!
    A volte la traduzione di Google è incompresibile e devo far ricorso alla lettura del post in lingua originale per evitare errori di interpretazione


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