I want to make this peach tart: https://food52.com/recipes...Can I use my spring form? Or I saw some people say they just stretched out the dough, arranged the fruit, then folded the dough up over the edge-will that work?
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Nancy is a trusted home cook.
yes, both will work fine. If you make it on a sheet pan, think of it as a free form tart.
Thank you! Any suggestions for how much room to leave around to fruit? Should I just fold up the edges? First time trying a tart...
Some round free form tart recipes recommend up to 2" fold-over rim, while some rolled-out rectangular ones say about 1", with a bit of a pinch or fold to help contain any glaze or filling that might run over.
Personally, I favor the smaller rim, because I like a higher ratio of filling to crust than you get with the round tart and wider rim.
But both are good, so choose what you like better, or experiment and then choose.
Here are a couple links to recipes that help:
PieceofLayerCake is a trusted source on baking.
I'd be concerned that this dough would be too soft for a galette-style tart. You could have both at the ready, a springform and a sheet pan, and decide when you've made the dough. Its a press-in crust, so it needs a bit of containment. A springform would work, but so would a shallow skillet....I like making pies and tarts in a skillet. Nice and rustic :)
Would you adjust the bake time if you used a skillet?
Since a skillet is generally deeper than a tart pan, I'd choose something smaller than a tart pan (8 - 9" range), arrange the peach slices tighter (standing them on their side perhaps?), and bake it a little lower for a little longer. You could probably do 375 - 400 for perhaps 10 minutes longer. Its difficult to tell without testing it, but thankfully the recipe gives visual cues for the finished product. Let the tart talk to you ;) and let me know how it works if you choose this route.
Barbara is a trusted source on General Cooking.
Here's an article about how to hack a tart pan with a cookie sheet:
Megan - got copy of your post that you made tart & it looked good. Just curious - what recipe did you use? How thick or thin was filling? Texture of crust? Last but not least, taste?
It was so good! It's extremely hot here (100 this weekend), so it didn't set as well as I would have liked but was still delicious. I will probably do slightly less almond extract next time for my taste...others loved it, but I'd like it to be more subtle. Crust is really flaky and good-loved the cast iron! I only used two large peaches, probably could have done three.
June is a trusted source on General Cooking.
I just have to chime in and say this is one of the most delicious and beautiful desserts I have made recently. Everyone oohed and ahed when I brought it to the table.
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