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Cool TART ORANGE MARMALADE (gluten free)

9 Ottobre 2016


Today it is a cloudy day if lifted up his eyes to heaven, but if you look around me is colored by various shades of Brown, Orange, yellow and green. Are all the colors of autumn that put together give life to the Rainbow of autumn. This season feels so good, in fact I love all the seasons of the year, each offers us something that the other doesn't have. We can make four different types of shopping, eat different things, our moods change; the latter aspect is very important, we cannot be of the same mood for twelve months a year, that flat!!!

Meanwhile, I don't know why today are not so much inspired to write, now I try to put a bit of classical music that blasts away all distractions from my mind and from my eyes.

But you listen to classical music? I love gives me all what I miss when I do or think about something important.

But today it is so, the only thing I can conclude is a tart with chestnut flour stuffed with figs and orange Marmalade. Not bad for a lazy mood as my …


For the pastry

120 g flour/gluten free flour

80 g of chestnut flour

120 g butter

80 g sugar

1 egg

Half a bag of baking powder.

For the topping

8 figs

Orange Marmalade

Sugar to caramelize.


In a bowl mix the butter and flour rise until creamy, then add egg, sugar and yeast; Finally add the chestnut flour and work until you have a dough that cover with foil and let rest in refrigerator for an hour.

Meanwhile preheat the oven to 160/180 degrees, slice the figs and carammellateli in the oven with a little sugar sprinkled on the surface.

After an hour with a rolling pin, roll out the dough, creating a sheet of about half a centimeter and place it into the pan for the tart and make holes with a fork.

Here I speak clearly and I really want to do it because it is not often highlighted the problem of gluten-free pastry; When you try to roll it out will be very difficult to maintain it indeed almost impossible, intergranular romperá and at that point the best solution is to place it into the pan to pieces which then join, crushing with fingers on the bottom.

Add orange marmalade, then the figs and cover the surface with the strips of dough or other forms as I did that I created hearts of pasta.

Bake in oven at 180 degrees for 40 minutes/160.

All you have to do is prepare a tea and enjoy your work.

Secret: for the lazy or laggards, you can make the pie with pastry dough ready. Shhh! It's a secret:D

With Love,



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