Manu's Baked Apple Quince Tart {In the Christmas Baking}

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Manu's Baked Apple Quince Tart {In the Christmas Baking}
Yay, today it's finally time, I can present you the first great guest blogger post. Let's start with the dear ones Manuwho conjured us a wonderful baked apple quince tart. This treat fits perfectly with the theme 'In the Christmas bakery'.
Manu writes on her fabulous blog Something Sweet * Something Fabulous about food, DIY and the beautiful things in life, take a look, it's worth it!


Hello my dears! I am happy that me and my blog Something Sweet * Something Fabulous May be a guest at Mia today 🙂 I really love her very much! I wanted to show you a Vegan Maroni cake originally, but it was not that tasty and so I did not want to do that to you. Instead, there's a delicious Baked Apple Quince Tart with vanilla pudding today!

recipe

Ground:

170g of flour

75g powdered sugar

100g cold margarine

1 pr. Salt

Legumes, butter and flour for the mold

Covering:

1 pkg custard powder

Milk + sugar lt pudding pack

300g quince

300g apples

1 organic lemon

2-3 bars of cinnamon

1 pkg of vanilla sugar

100g sugar, st. Maizena, 50g pistachios

preparation

Grease the mold and sprinkle with flour. Quickly knead the flour, powdered sugar, margarine, salt and 1-2 tablespoons of cold water into a dough with your hands. Roll out the dough slightly larger than the shape (26 cm DM), place in the mold and cut off any protruding edges. About 30 minutes cold. put. Preheat oven to 200 degrees. Puncture the dough with a fork, cover with baking paper and add legumes for blind baking. Bake in the oven (center) for approx. 10 minutes. Remove the baking paper and legumes and bake the soil in about 20 minutes.

Wash and quarter quinces and apples. Juice from the lemon and 600ml of water along with the quince, apples, cinnamon sticks, 100g sugar + vanilla sugar for about 2 minutes to boil. Cover and let it rest for about 15 minutes on low heat. Remove fruit and simmer the mixture over medium heat to about 200ml (syrupy). To make it firmer, I added 1 1/2 tbsp Maizena.

Custard to prepare packaging. (I took rice milk for that).

Spread the pudding on the tartar, add the fruit and pour over the syrup. Chop the pistachios and sprinkle with Tarte. Approximately Refrigerate for 1 hour.

I hope you like the wintery baked apple cinnamon quince recipe! In the kitchen it smelled sooooo wonderful … really to bite. Dear Mia, thank you for everything 🙂

Greetings, Manu of Something Sweet * Something Fabulous

Dear Manu, thank you for your wonderful visit! The Baked apple quince tart sounds great and looks great, really nice pre-Christmas.

My dears, the raffle ends today, so who else into the Lostöpfchen want to jump must be fast.

Now I wish you a wonderful first Advent, make it cuddly!

Mia

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