Tart It Up

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Vicky from Stasty has assembled a vegetable tart that puts all our efforts at the five-a-day thing to shame. Behold: The Arty Tart. Made with zucchini, eggplant and carrots, Vicky admits that the tart turned out a little bland, despite its museum-quality presentation. However, we think it would be fairly easy to spice up this recipe—perhaps by using a different, more flavorful cheese instead of the subtle mozzarella—and make the Van Gogh spirals into something delightful to consume.

See Vicky's recipe here, and be sure to let us know what you would add. Beets and goat cheese seem like a smashing idea to us…

Vegetable Arty Tart from Stasty

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almost 3 years ago ChefJune

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Well, that certainly does have the corner on not only "artsy," but also gorgeous! Bland can not be allowed! ;) I'd herb up the custard (chopped fresh thyme and marjoram), and instead of bland Mozza, I'd use a blue cheese with character (like Point Reyes) or a sharp Vermont cheddar, or an Italian Fontina Val d'Aosta... all cheeses that would up the flavor ante.