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How to make tarts and what to make them in, etc
Terms in this set (10)
A--pan is a shallow pan with straight, fluted sides, and a false bottom.
A baking sheet serves as the bottom for a
A tartlet shell can be
1. Round 2. Square 3. Rectangular
When making large baked tart shells, it is important to
Prick the bottom of the dough all over with a fork
Which statement about tarts is incorrect?
Tarts cannot be made from puff pastry dough
Chef Mette sprinkles crumbs on the bottom of his tart shells before baking when he
Fills his tarts with juicy fruits
Julian noticed that Chef Swensen had a fork, a sheet of parchment, and a bowl of dried beans on the table where he was preparing tart shells. When he asked about these three things, Chef Swensen said
" I'm going to use these things to make sure the bottom of my tart shells don't puff and blister.
Baked fruit tarts can be enhanced with a layer of_____ between the dough and the fruit
1. Frangipane 2. Pastry Cream 3. Cake, Cookie or Bread Crumbs
If the fruit pieces you are going to use in your tarts are hard, it is a good idea to------until they soften.
Saute them lightly in butter and sugar
Docking a tart shell means
Pricking holes in the dough before baking.
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