Thursday, May 20, 2010

Tomato, basil and goat cheese tartlets


I made these tomato, basil and goat cheese tartlets last weekend inspired by a recipe from the last Whole Foods cooking class I attended. Click here for the recipe. I made a bunch of modifications including swapping out the olivada (the olive, garlic, thyme and olive oil puree) for tomato and basil and used herbed, crumbly goat cheese instead of goat brie. I used a small wine glass (or maybe it was a champagne glass?) to cut out the circles.

These were awesome and really simple appetizers. Puff pastry is my new best friend.



3 comments:

  1. As the taste tester, I will say, they were delicious. Plus, you can't go wrong with buttery, flaky, puff pastry!

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  2. Yum! I've been really into crostinis lately, but this could be a new obsession, too!

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  3. Hi Jenna, when you are preparing up to six canapes for a cocktail/dinner party, it's nice to have a few quick and easy recipes. This one is ideal. Thanks for sharing the recipe (& lovely photos).
    Best wishes,
    Madame Bonbon

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