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Figs, Cheese and Dulce de Leche Tarts (Pasteles de Brevas, Queso y Arequipe)

11 comments February 3, 2012
pasteles de breva con queso5

Do you remember these Colombian-style figs? The other day I made a huge batch of them and I had too many to eat, so I made this tart with what I had left over. It was easy to prepare and really, really good. Buen provecho!

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Apple, Cheese and Honey Tart

11 comments January 31, 2012
Apple, cheese and honey Tart

Although apples are not one of my favorite fruits, I do buy a lot of them when they are in season during the fall month to be used for cooking and baking. I made this Apple, Cheese and Honey tart a few months ago, but forgot to post it… better late than never! This tart […]

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Potato, Zucchini and Spinach Tart

25 comments January 13, 2011
Potato, Zucchini and Spinach Tart

This particular tart is an idea that has been brewing in my mind for quite a while. I’m sure I could have made this post infinitely more popular by adding the word “bacon”to the ingredient list, but that’s the great thing about Tarts, it’s so easy to add or omit ingredients to suit your tastes. […]

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Potato, Mushrooms, Caramelized Onions and Brie Cheese Tart

21 comments June 29, 2010
Mushroom,Potato Tart

This tart is as simple as can be and almost any vegetables can be used. That’s what I love about tarts and pies, they are so versatile. In this case, I made a potato, mushroom, caramelized onions with brie topping, but you could use any cheese or even a combination of different kinds of cheeses. […]

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Roasted Vegetables, Asparagus and Queso Fresco Tart

23 comments May 31, 2010
Asparagus tart

It is tough to think of a better lunch on a spring day than a beautiful crispy, golden puff pastry filled with roasted vegetables, asparagus and creamy queso fresco. This tart was absolutely delicious, we all loved it! It would be great for brunch too. Serve with a green salad on the side. I hope […]

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